The “vote yes” campaign for the postal vote on same-sex marriage came to Clayton campus this week to enrol students and garner support. SELBY CAMERON STEWART reports.
Universities are facing huge funding cuts under the Turnbull Government’s higher education reform plans, with Monash facing the biggest cuts of all. Shivé Prema spoke to Monash students.
BILAL AHMED SYED spoke to some of the stars of the upcoming Australian adventure film Jungle, at the launch of this year’s Melbourne International Film Festival.
More than one in four Monash students were sexually harassed at a university-related location last year, according to a Australian Human Rights Commission report. Mojo’s opinion editor Shivé Prema asked students what they thought.
Melbourne’s sneaker heads are some of the most devoted in the world, waiting days for the chance to buy a single pair of a limited-edition, cult masterpiece. RUBY MULLER reports
With the rise of AFLW, local girls footy teams are popping up everywhere. But one Ferntree Gully side has a coach unlike any other: he’s an Olympian and a CEO, and he’s profoundly deaf. ELLIANA SALTALAMACCHIA has the story.
Eating disorders in Australia are increasing, especially among children. Mojo TV reporter ALISHA PAWA met a teenage anorexia survivor who wanted to tell her story.
St Kevin’s Old Boys Football Club has traditionally been an all-boys society. But thanks to the development of a women’s league, the club opened up its doors to an enthusiastic group of women. WILL ZWAR reports.
St Kilda’s local music scene is rebounding from the loss of a host of live music venues, with emerging artists in the Bayside and Kingston finding new opportunities. LACHLAN BEATTIE POWELL reports.
What’s the biggest battle for the producer on Q&A – keeping Tony Jones under control, or persuading enough women top be panelists? Q&A series producer Amanda Collinge talks to JOHANNA MEKA about the difficulties and joys of the job, keeping up with the explosion of social media during the show and the importance of women staking a place in the media.