Monash’s Gender, Peace and Security centre wins funding for a key research project on how women can prevent violent extremism. SHILADITYA BISWAS reports
Changes to rental laws give some power back to recanters, and mean a fairer deal for students. ANGELICA SNOWDEN reports.
Together has won over Monash students for a second year in a row, winning a landslide 77 per cent of the vote and keeping control over the MSA. SYBILLA GROSS reports
Together has returned to this year’s MSA elections under new leadership, but with the same ambition. SELBY STEWART talks to the new leader.
A new party has emerged for the 2018 MSA election called Activate, with opposition party Together claiming the group a rebrand of last year’s party Go!
Together wants to bring Monash student magazine Lot’s Wife “into the 21st century”, but controversy surrounds the party’s role in the infamous destruction of the magazines last year. SELBY STEWART reports.
MONSU Caulfield’s incumbent student representatives will be unopposed in all positions. Mojo’s politics team reports.
There will be no competition in this year’s MONSU Caulfield elections. Politics editor SYBILLA GROSS talks to outgoing president Bryn Dodson, who says the team are unopposed because they did a great job.
A new contender has emerged for next week’s MSA elections as Activate prepare to wrestle power off incumbent party Together. SELBY STEWART reports
Mojo News kicks off its coverage of the 2018 MONSU and MSA elections, which start next week. SELBY STEWART takes you through the issues