Caulfield Colleges Issue #8 is live!

Welcome to 2017! The Monash non-residential colleges are gearing up for another big year, and we hope you’ll join us!

For information about upcoming events, this year’s events calendar, prizes, freebies, college celebs, and some information about Monash University programs, click here to view the newsletter.

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Clayton Colleges Issue #5 is live!

Constellation Chronicle Clayton Edition

Hooray! Exams are finally over and the mid year break is finally here! That doesn’t mean the Clayton non residential colleges are taking a break though, because we’ve got heaps in the works to make sure your return in semester two is full of fun! If you haven’t subscribed yet (get on that!) you can read the new Clayton edition of the newsletter online here.

Big Overseas Bash Trivia Night at Sir John’s

MUISS Big Overseas Bash Trivia NightAs a fitting conclusion to the Around the World Festival the Monash University International Student Society (MUISS) will be hosing its famous Big Overseas Bash (BOB Night) on Wednesday 27th of April. Dress up as your favourite TV character and enjoy a night of games and trivia. Various types of food & a non-alcoholic punch will be provided with other drinks available at MSA prices.

Tickets are $10 for MSA members and $15 for non-members, and can be purchased at MSA Reception in the Campus Centre or online via the MSA Portal.

Zedtown postponed!

Zedtown: DeadlandsSo, basically two days after we excitedly told you about Zedtown, the real-world zombie survival game, we found out that it has been postponed until Semester Two. On the bright side, the delay will bring down the price of tickets by almost half! Keen zombie hunters who have already purchased a ticket will be given a full refund, and can purchase new tickets at the discounted price once the new date has been finalized.

The Clayton Colleges don’t want their members to miss out on a mid-April activity, so they’ve banded together to get some new events on the plate– and launched them with a giveaway!

The giveaway was won in no short order by Nick Chester and Vanessa Chen of Centaurus College, and Jacob Konigson of Orion College. Though the prizes are no longer up for grabs, you can still read the newsletter addendum online here. Gutted you missed out? Well, you’ve got to be in it to win it– so subscribe today!

Centaurus College Blood Drive

Australian Red Cross Blood Service

By popular demand, Centaurus College will be organising a Cluster vs Cluster blood drive! We know that some of you will have to wait a while, so the blood drive for this year will run until October. This event will have the college eligible to win the Humanitarian Award at the end of the year.

Blood donors can donate once every 12 weeks, while plasma donors can donate once every 2 weeks.

To have your donation count towards your cluster’s total, follow the instructions in this handy flyer. Incidentally, the Blood Donor Van is coming to Monash University Clayton Campus on Monday 18th of April and will be at the Science Center, 8 Scenic Boulevard (right near JP’s Espresso Lab).

To make an appointment, please visit www.donateblood.com.au. There are only 16 spots available so get in quick!

For everyone else, there are heaps of donor centers around the state and you can find one near you at the above link!