Esperanto (student magazine)

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Esperanto
Type Student magazine
Owner(s) MONSU Caulfield
Editor David Heslin, Thomas Weir and Rupert Carr-Gregg
Founded 2005
Language English
Headquarters Monash University
Circulation 1000

Esperanto is the student magazine of Monash University's Caulfield campus in suburban Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is produced by students, for students and operates as part of MONSU Caulfield.

History[edit]

Esperanto is the current incarnation of a student magazine that dates back to 1970. Overtime, it has been called Cautisone, The Naked Wasp and Otico. The current name was settled upon when the 2003 editor of Otico trademarked the name and logo.

Notable contributors[edit]

Recent editors[edit]

  • 2011: David Heslin, Thomas Weir and Rupert Carr-Gregg
  • 2010: Scott Templeton, Soph Goulopoulos and Josh Clement
  • 2009:
  • 2008:
  • 2007: Albie Colvin, Alex Liddington-Cox, Kent Wilson and Simon Thompson
  • 2006:
  • 2005: Julian Cole, Nat Khoo and Stephen Tang

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