Fun side of learning

Mildura Students’ Association secretary Phoebe Bray, ethnic cultural officer Sarah Tatta and president Yasmeen Khurshid look at photos of past events. 
Picture: Louise Barker

Mildura Students’ Association secretary Phoebe Bray, ethnic cultural officer Sarah Tatta and president Yasmeen Khurshid look at photos of past events. Picture: Louise Barker

WHEN prospective students picture life at university, they not only want to gain a degree, but to enjoy the complete university experience.

So after identifying how few social events were provided by smaller regional campuses compared to their city counterparts, 

La Trobe University’s Mildura Students’ ­Association (MSA) set its sights on bridging the gap.

“When people travel away for university, they like to live on campus and get that real university life and experience, but that’s lacking here,” former MSA president Phoebe Bray said.

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