They say 11 must be a lucky number because you know, 11:11 being an ‘angel number’ or for many, 11.11 being the biggest dream come true for every shopaholic out there. But for this Head Writer over here, the Monash Student Council #11 marks the very last MSC ever for the rest of her life…
As a 21-year-old in my physical prime and mental rock bottom, my ego could not handle being unwanted. So, I got a little passive-aggressive, neglected my social reputation and structured out a self-deprecating survey to send out to a handful of men who’ve ghosted me…
*Disclaimer: This article features a halal restaurant and cafe Initially, before months of lockdown, we wanted to go to two different places. But we found out (at the last minute) that one of them was currently under renovation and the other was closed every Monday. And so, we went over a list of other places…
I love to eat desserts. I’ve been baking since I was a kid, not much of a story there. My main inspiration has to be MasterChef Australia (I took the “dream big or go home” thing to heart). I am a super fan without a doubt, but the twist is, I don’t want to be there as a contestant. I want to be the judge. Maybe somewhere in my subconscious I feel like baking will help me replace a judge some day? :P
“Vegetarian food is all rabbit food!” Sound familiar to you? Vegetarian food has always been given a bit of a bad rep, mainly thought of as flavourless diet food. Daniel Tee, the winner of Top Chef’s vegetarian main course round, is here to change the narrative with his mozzarella pizza.
Ah, potatoes. Who doesn’t love a good, hearty dish with this starchy root vege? Pursuing a food science degree now, Fatima, the winner of the non-vegetarian round shares with us her experience and inspiration behind preparing this heavenly scalloped potato roll.
The winners for Top Chef are out! Aurelie won the appetizer round with a fresh salad shrimp stuffed devilled eggs, join us on our little chat with Aurelie on the BTS of creating this appetizer and what inspires her to embark on her cooking journey.
Tell us about yourselves, what do you like to do in your free time? What are the things that make you smile the widest, what makes you feel the most fulfilled? What makes you happy? Or maybe, who?
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!
Vincenzo was a big hit, yes. It’s reasonable being a show with no loopholes, no boring moments, and perfectly-placed dark humour. But even shows like this have their flaws. In this case, it’s a pretty big one – that the writer of “Vincenzo” can’t write female characters.
Nested in an urban garden, Xander’s and Colette have a special place in the heart of every Karachite.
*Written in first person, but does not represent the author’s own experiences Disclaimer: explicit and strong use of language and very opinionated Written from a female perspective in relation to heterosexual relationships *I wish I could say I was “off for a shag” but instead a pandemic left me home and horny; that is until I got a…
The “first time”, often portrayed in media as magical and amazing, and more importantly, smooth, may not be how it is in reality. Today, our writer will be using her experience, teaching you what to expect if that day ever comes.
*Contains sexually explicit language* From all the micro-penis jokes and ‘big dick energy’ being an overused compliment, it seems like size does matter. But does it? And more importantly, why do people tend to equate quality sex with the length of men’s penis? Are the long nights of hooking up just limited to penetrating?
If you could go back in time, what is one thing you’d want to tell the past you? What is one thing you would’ve done differently? What advice would you give? Let’s practice self-appreciation today..