By-Election of School of Arts and Social Sciences Male Representative

As last year’s election for MUSA School of Arts and Social Sciences Male Representative ended with a draw, a by-election is in order and will be on-going this week in Monash Malaysia. The voting starts today (5/3/2015), hence students from the school of Arts and Social Sciences go vote for your preferred candidate now! The…

Editorial Board 2015 Subcommittee Recruitment!

A big shout out to Monash University Malaysia students! If you are a: – Writer, – Photographer, – Artist, – Designer, – And are interested to contribute to Monash University Malaysia’s student publication, We are looking for talented individuals like you to join the Editorial Board 2015 subcommittee!   Fill in the form to get started:…

Humans of Monash

We know the cover is different. It may seem deep and dark but…. It’s quite simple, really. Diversity. It signifies how there’s many sides to a person, a story and usually it’s the ones you expect the least from. So we decided on our own special project – Human of Monash, centered around our theme –…

The Procrastination Issue is out!

The Procrastination Issue, our second and final MONGA as MUSA Editors 2014, brings not only stories about procrastination, but also the products of procrastination. … But why “procrastination”? Well, we reckon many students are able to relate to this act of delaying the start of their assignments and exam revisions – that includes us too!…

Notice on Cafeteria

Disclaimer: This is a notice from the MUSA President, not the editor’s department. Here are some highlights of the survey carried out earlier in the semester. A total of 1026 responses were recorded (Male = 480, Female = 546) and we thank you for voicing out. Most of you have noted the problem with the…

The Procrastination Issue

Ladies and gentlemen, We bring you the second and final issue of Monash Gazette 2014, the Procrastination Issue. Grab your own copy at these locations: Outside the LibraryLibrary Level 1Library Level 3Magazine Rack near Maybank ATMBuilding 2, Level 1MUSA LoungeMUSA Office Click here to download Thoughts to spill?Email us at musa.editor@monash.edu or send us a…

MUSA Annual Election 2014 Results

Do keep a lookout for our second and final issue of MonGa for more details about MUSA 2015! * Results are as announced by Returning Officer Ong Lee Ching at 6.50 p.m. on 26 September 2014 @ MUSA lounge ** Information in the images above are courtesy of the MUSA Election Committee 2014

Humans of Monash

Featuring Humans of Monash, an Antarctic experience (penguins & whales up close!) and Monash Revolution! Grab your own copy at these locations: Outside the library Library Level 1 & 3 Near the Maybank ATM  Building 2 Reception (magazine rack) Medicine Building School of IT Course Management Office MUPA Lounge Click here to download Email us at…

MonGa The Opinion Issue is out!

  Our final issue for our term is finally out! Copies are available in front of the Library, next to the Maybank ATM machine, on a wobbly table by the round tables near the cafeteria and soon enough in the new MUSA student lounge! Grab them now :)

Editorial: MonGa Feedback

By Lestari Hairul Welcome back to the new semester! MonGa’s first issue of our term came out a couple of days ago and in between pushing the copies to various students and trying to come up ways to get people to see that we even exist, we have been gathering feedback about the issue. Most…

MonGa: The Apocalypse Issue Is Now Available!

What did you miss last semester? Do you want to know who the Monash Sunway Confessions Admins are? How did we survive the apocalypse? How can you survive the apocalypse? Get the answers in the latest issue of MonGa, available now all over the campus. So many doomsdays to survive, so little time..

Write Tales Short Story Writing Contest

Have you seen the posters around school? Visit the Write Tales website to enter! Submit your entries soon to win a trip to Australia! Contest is open to Malaysians only.

Monash Women’s Safety Survey

Based on an earlier article published on the MonDo, and after discussion with the Admin, the MUSA Wom*n’s Officers and Editorial board have teamed up to conduct a survey on the safety of female Monashians. Please participate; all submissions are kept anonymous. Monash Women’s Safety Survey