Theatre

Sammy J & Randyland – FRINGE REVIEWS

The tall and impossibly lanky Sammy J is back in Perth with his purple felt comedic companion Randy to present to you their theme park dream. The comedic duo have built up quite a following and the Perth Town Hall was completely sold out for a show in which one man and one puppet sing,… Continue reading Sammy J & Randyland – FRINGE REVIEWS

Music

Hey Geronimo – Crashing into the Sun Review

By Rhys Prka Hey Geronimo are an Australian five piece band from Brisbane and  their debut album is ‘Crashing Into The Sun’, an interesting endeavour that shows a lot of promise. The band has been around for a while, dropping two EPs since 2012, but they have been quiet for a few years and it shows in… Continue reading Hey Geronimo – Crashing into the Sun Review

Campus

Bus shelter roofs taken off after collapse

Most bus shelters around Murdoch have had their roofs taken off after one collapsed near the Student Village. On Friday the 13th of May, it was alleged that a Murdoch student and their two friends made a bus shelter collapse after swinging on it. It is still unknown who the student is or whether they… Continue reading Bus shelter roofs taken off after collapse

Theatre

Ariana’s Guide to Student Theatre Pt. 2

This year at Murdoch University, the theatre scene started off strong with productions showcased in the 2016 Fringe Festival during February. At Nexus Theatre: ‘Thaw: A Science Fiction Play’ was presented by Thought Jar Productions, written and directed by Stephen B. Platt. At Studio 411: ‘Roommates Live from apartment 19’ was presented by Top and… Continue reading Ariana’s Guide to Student Theatre Pt. 2

Theatre

Ariana’s Guide to Student Theatre Pt. 1

By Ariana Rosenberg Hey there readers! My name is Ariana, and I’ll be your guide to this year’s spectacular season of Murdoch Theatre! I’ll firstly go and introduce the fact that Murdoch does incorporate theatre into its Arts Degree and where the plays are located with a guide to the theatre companies at Murdoch University… Continue reading Ariana’s Guide to Student Theatre Pt. 1

Film, Uncategorized

[REVIEW] Captain America: Civil War

By Clinton Little If we’re talking about dumb shiny action movies, it doesn’t get much shinier or dumber than Marvel Comics Avenger Universe and if you’re looking for 2 & ½ hours of spandex clad fisticuffs, explosions and poorly exposited superpowers then the third instalment of the current Captain America franchise will hit the mark… Continue reading [REVIEW] Captain America: Civil War

Campus, News

Bike Week hits campus with talks of bike share program

The Murdoch University Sustainability Team (MUST) are bringing events to campus that will encourage students to hop on their bikes. The week has kicked with a screening of UnReal, a mountain biking film, on Bush Court at 7pm tonight to get students in the spirit. To emphasis the power of the humble machine, MUST will… Continue reading Bike Week hits campus with talks of bike share program

Commentary

Practical ways you can help with the refugee crisis

by Caris Horton Most of us have now seen the images of the Syrian refugees trying to cross the Hungarian border as they plead for freedom and help. I’m also sure that most of us have seen the articles documenting the numerous refugee boats that have capsized off our shores including the infamous and heart-breaking photo of… Continue reading Practical ways you can help with the refugee crisis

News

Guild Council votes for free sausages

As part of a new series, METIOR will be attending every Guild Council meeting, pre-digesting what your student politicians discuss, then filling you in.  Think of Murdoch Guild Council Meetings like a sitting of parliament; just a bunch of democratically elected politicians discussing stuff in an attempt to get things done. This is what they talked… Continue reading Guild Council votes for free sausages