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The official student magazine of & EMAIL: msa-lotswife@monash.edu
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Lot's Wife Apr 16
"Albeit not particularly technologically advanced, the show was a very entertaining Sunday night activity, and provided a good breakup from the standard stand-up routines you usually find at the festival." - "Small Tales of Little Mercy: A MICF...
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Lot's Wife Apr 16
"Tone Death is an enjoyable hour of catchy harmonies, strong performances, and delightful design from a talented cast and crew of Monash students and alumni." - "Review - Tone Death: A Ghost Musical" by Ryan Hamilton Photography by Julia Kaddatz Tone...
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Lot's Wife Apr 16
Small Tales of Little Mercy: A MICF Review
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Lot's Wife Apr 16
Review – Tone Death: A Ghost Musical
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Lot's Wife Apr 15
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Lot's Wife Apr 14
One month on from the horror of the Christchurch attacks, Kate Wilkins delivers a powerful reflection on the nature of grief and tragedy.
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Lot's Wife Apr 11
"It was not only AIDS that needed 'fighting', and it was not only AIDS that killed Freddie Mercury. It was homophobia. It was the hatred, the shaming, the institutional neglect." - "Freddie Mercury was not Killed by AIDS. He was Killed by Homophobia"...
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Lot's Wife Apr 10
"The beekeepers’ camp is in the clearing in front of our house, and during the day they venture deep into the wilderness, to the secret hives, and collect the honey. The honey is thick, rich, and golden, and it smells of the leatherwood trees around...
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Lot's Wife Apr 10
Freddie Mercury was not Killed by AIDS. He was Killed by Homophobia.
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Lot's Wife Apr 10
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Lot's Wife Apr 9
"Last week I watched Volcanoes: The Fires of Creation, a documentary released at IMAX just in time for the school holidays. Now, I f**king love documentaries." - Review – The Weird and Wonderful Ride of Volcanoes 3D by Bridget Hackett...
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Lot's Wife Apr 9
Jeanne Viray is back again with another creative piece titled "Expectations". Other works available online by this contributor include "Swoop" () and "We Haven’t Located Us Yet" ()...
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Lot's Wife Apr 9
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Lot's Wife Apr 9
"Instead of this movie giving me heart attacks a la The Exorcist, Child’s Play and the like, this film provided me with art attacks instead." - "Art Attacks, Not Heart Attacks – Reviewing ‘The House That Jack Built'", a review by Rachel Hehl....
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Lot's Wife Apr 8
W(E)S ha(n)dled (t)h(e)i(r) (o)verall mar(k)s. Bu(t) (a) (c)rap system st(o)ppe(d) th(e)m.
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Lot's Wife Apr 8
"Estàs preparat? Are you ready?" is a unique creative piece by Devika Pandit and features Traducció (Catalán) and English translations side-by-side.
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Lot's Wife Apr 8
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Lot's Wife Apr 8
"Jonah Hill transports us to the world of the 1990s in his directorial debut, but the word “transports” seems too magical; too whimsical, for what this film actually depicts. Rather, he effectively pulls us into a world which, although reminiscent of...
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Lot's Wife Apr 7
Have something interesting to talk about. Read Lot's Wife Edition 2.
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Lot's Wife Apr 7
"Those who live in on-campus accommodation here at Monash are often the first to extol the virtues of the residences, praising the community and the ease of access to general university life. Lurking behind these public...
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