University of Melbourne Magazine

Music is helping people with dementia to connect with their carers.

Archaeologist Dr Brent Davis won the Michael Ventris Award for Mycenaean Studies in recognition of his work on undeciphered Aegean scripts.

3010 is now more than a magazine – it’s a podcast too. The 3010 podcast will take you into the lives of some of our amazing alumni, revealing the fantastic – and, occasionally, surprising – places their Melbourne degree has taken them.

For journalist and arts alumnus Matt Tinney, hopping into a plane with an 80-year-old aerobatics pilot in the cockpit is just another day at the office.

Millions of people are being forced to flee the places they call home.

An Australian company recreates a New York icon on Broadway.

Two alumni are keeping order in Federal Parliament

Donald Hossack OBE PSM (MB BS 1954, BA 1975, MD 2006, Trinity College) overcame dyslexia to become a world-renowned surgeon who helped bring about landmark road safety legislation mandating the wearing of seat belts and alcohol breath-testing.

A collector’s multi-million dollar vision and treasure trove of art adds a new dimension to Southbank.

For a teenage Alice Pung, author John Marsden was just the write stuff.