Why you will find LOVE again – The April Thematic Competition winner!

I met my ex-crush yesterday. By ‘ex-crush’ I mean she’s someone I liked a lot…but couldn’t get…and I’m with some other girl now but it’s not the same…because I’ll never love anyone else like I loved her; alright yes… …I still hopelessly crush on her and I always will but I’m obligated to behave like a…

The first MUSA Forum, summarised just for you!

Do you still remember the promises made by MUSA 2017 back in 2016, during their elections? They stuffed themselves with promises and one of them was to hold a forum to engage with the student population. Talk isn’t cheap here as the first ever MUSA forum was indeed held on the 12th of April 2017…

Need clarification on the laptop loaning services issue? We interviewed those involved and summarized what is going on. Read on to find out more!

  Editors Note: This entire article is based on interviews with Janesh Nathan, Shaun Prakesh Stanley, and Terence Kong. As mentioned earlier in the article here, a heated debate had occur during the 3rd Monash Student Council meeting between the President, Janesh Nathan and an Editorial subcommittee member, Terence. This article is written mainly to…

This guy just won RM100! Find out how!

The winner for March’s thematic competition is Bryan Tan with his poem titled Rise of an ImagiNation! Honorable mention goes to Yau Jun Min’s “A Werewolf’s Lament”. Congratulations and watch out for our next competition coming soon! Check out the winning entry below! Isn’t it truly a wonder, For our careless minds to wander, To…

A New Year, A New Us.

“A new year, a new us”. Too mainstream? We know. I know it may seem really flat that we could not come up with a witty tagline to kick off 2017, you know saying things like “Editors Take on 2017!” or “Recreating the Vision of Monga – Editors Take Charge!” (okay fine these sound just…

MUSA Elections 2015: Prelude

It’s the time of the year again. The time when students who think they have what it takes to serve students, spearhead change, and uphold the welfare of students, in this 6000+ strong community, rise up to fight the darkness no seriously though, we mean, um, campaign in the annual student body election. Let’s have a…