MUSA Did What: Towards A More Progressive MUSA (MSC#10)

Well well it’s Week 11 and I see some of you are drowning by massive piles of deadlines (jk, stay strong, we trust you’ll do just fine!) Today’s MSC News includes a note for Monashians who plan to join MUSA 2022, MUSA Bots, and the pre-order of Monash Malaysia’s official student publication MONGA!

MUSA Did What: Event after Event (MSC #8) 

Hello, hello! As we all attempt to survive what is probably Week 5? 6? (this writer can’t keep track anymore, the days keep blurring into each other), here’s our coverage for the 8th MSC meeting coming to you fresh from MONGA.  Money, money, money  We’ve all lamented about the fact that Monash is still charging…

MUSA Did What: There is That (MSC#7)

Once again, we’re back with the 7th MSC News Article of the year! Phew, it feels like it’s only yesterday since we have done our very first MSC News, time really does fly doesn’t it? Let’s not waste any time, without further adieu, let’s proceed to the first topic! MUSA E-FORUM CONCERNS  For concerns regarding…

MUSA Annual General Meeting 2020

Written by: Zoe Yap Xiu Hai and Cheah Wei Shang On the 8th of May 2020, the Annual General Meeting was held by the Monash University Student Association (MUSA). The meeting included not just student council members, but student representatives from various departments. However, something was different this year – the meeting was held on…

MSC #9: Accusation of Corruption? :O

Week 11, or Hell Week X depending on which school or year of students you’re talking to. You would love to spend your precious time perfecting that assignment or preparing for your finals but MUSA still exists and the MSCs must go on. So here’s the MSC #9 recap after five weeks of pain and…

8th MSC Meeting, In a Flash

Shortest MSC ever in the history of we don’t know when exactly. 20 minutes! Then we are rewarded with decent food from the cafeteria. MSC#8, here we go! The turnout rate was at its lowest this time around, with many council members absent due to the events happening around campus. However, their absence was replaced…

MUSA General Elections or Popularity Contest?

“I heard X’s policies are really good, but I have to vote for Y because she’s my friend!” That transpired from a conversation I had this time last year. Was I surprised? Only initially. “MUSA, it’s just a popularity contest!” is not an uncommon sentiment echoed amongst the student population. It shouldn’t be, but when…