The sound of dead leaves crunching underfoot pierced the quietness as the tall figure made its way through the thick forest. The light of the crescent moon hanging overhead in the starless sky filtered through the thick canopy of trees, offering only the barest of illumination. In spite of the lack of visibility, the figure […]Read more "A Werewolf’s Lament"
So, I’m supposed to write an article for the Monga blog. And the thing is, I WAS writing it. In fact, I was sitting in the library just a couple days ago, typing it out (and procrastinating a little, don’t tell my editor) when I suddenly realised something. The library. Was. Dead. Silent. I wasn’t […]Read more "Dead yet? Check out our tips on how to survive the second half of the semester!"
Late on a Thursday night, the Monash foyer bustled with activity, with Engineering rep, Terry Lee, bellowing out roll-calls while his colleague Jun Mann efficiently registered a line of students and a small crowd milled around, dragging their trolley bags and doing some last-minute packing. At half past ten, the bus arrived, and the 37 […]Read more "Planes, Ships and Alcoho..chocolate – LIMA 2017 was wild!"
So this isn’t really hot news. Heck, I don’t even know if it’s good enough news to talk about, since I’m sure Monashians will stand on the same side of this divide, but all the same, this is for those of you who didn’t know this went down. This is Natasha Qisty Mohd Ridzuan. She’s […]Read more "Natasha Qisty: The 9A+ girl that was bullied."
The 3rd Monash University Student Association meeting took place on the 31st of March 2017 at the university’s plenary theatre. It was attended by various parties including the student council members, their sub-committee members, students who are non-members and Mr Zebba, a representative from the administration. The meeting kicked off at 6.30 p.m. with a […]Read more "Of the laptop lending services situation and MUSA’s first ever student forum in week 7 – The 3rd MUSA meeting!"
For glory, for honour and for bragging rights! Those were the words echoing from the emcee’s megaphone as the opening ceremony for this year’s Monash Cup began at almost half past noon on the 27th of March. The opening ceremony was held across the rock climbing walls, with the House flags rolled up and ready […]Read more "Let the battle begin."
After a sleepless night cramming statistics and staring at the candles giving me some aroma therapy, I got ready to head over to church on a rainy Sunday morning. Taking the LRT, I reached Kingdomcity KL, the church that I came to love. Walking in I saw stands set up in the foyer, with beautiful […]Read more "Childlike Hope"