A New Era in Inner City Education

A look into the current revamp of Melbourne’s Inner City Schools

By Victor McMillan


More than a game for the League of Geeks

  by Kane Webb The independent games industry has been booming over the last 10 or so years. Yet its more modest origins go back to the early 1990s, when it was strictly PC oriented and distributed only via shareware.   With the evolution of gaming, however, came higher user expectations, and combined with the…

As one door closes another opens

by Jenny Prabhu Several times a week we hear on the news that car manufacturers are closing their Australian factories but retaining their design studio employees. Mining jobs are go­ing along with many of the ‘old’ or traditional businesses. We also hear about the dreadful rise in youth unemployment, especially in our battling northern and…

Local Students Participate in Model UN

by Maddi Collins (Year 10) –  On Friday 29 May, 62 students from a variety of high schools across Melbourne descended on Bendigo for the annual Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA). The MUNA is a rotary operated and funded debating weekend that involves students in years 10, 11 and 12. Each participating school was required…