About Lot's Wife Magazine:
Lot’s Wife is the official student newspaper of Monash University’s Clayton Campus. Lot’s Wife is distributed around campus on a monthly basis, and is freely available to all students, staff and visitors to the University. Lot’s Wife is run entirely by students, under the leadership of a small number of editors elected by the student body.
In 2016, the editors are Lisa Healy, Carina Florea and Tim Newport.
Lot’s Wife was founded in 1964, and almost 50 years Lot’s Wife has upheld the core tenet ‘Never Look Back’ in its ongoing pursuits as a socially progressive student newspaper.
Lot’s Wife recognises the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nations as the historical and rightful owners and custodians of the lands and waters upon which this publication is produced. The land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded.
Lot’s Wife does not condone the publishing of racist, sexist, militaristic or queerphobic material. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors or the MSA.
The article, "How to break a city’s heart in three easy steps" was about how Sydney have lockout laws and Melburnians are free to go to White Night Festival which starts at 7pm to 7am.