July 2017 - Massive Magazine

Bitchin’ Kitchen – Udon Noodle Salad

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By Hannah Colenbrander Turn your unhealthy bowl of two-minute microwave noodles into a 10-minute gourmet noodle masterpiece. Instead of ingesting all that MSG, opt for carrots, cucumber, spring onions and herbs. This noodle salad is fresh and ready pretty quick, [Read More]

Keeping it creative at Campus Co-Lab

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Creativity can come in many shapes and forms. From ideas to execution of ideas, it is even present when you can see the opportunities for ideas. Without creativity we would never progress, we would have never got to this point [Read More]

Rowe sets up White Fern win

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By Adam Pearse Massey University’s Hannah Rowe has taken centre stage at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in England, setting the foundations for a crushing 8-wicket win over Pakistan. The Manawatu pace bowler took three key wickets for just [Read More]

Massey volunteers recognised among Palmy’s finest

July 31, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Two members of Massey University’s program ‘Massey Guides’ were nominated in Manawatu’s Volunteer Recognition Event that took place in June. The two students, Megan Taylor and Tianyi Huang, were nominated for this event on account of their [Read More]

NZTA says Manawatu Gorge unlikely to reopen.

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By Adam Pearse The popular passage that connects Manawatu to the East Coast may never reopen due to its unstable rock face says the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA). In a press release from the NZTA on July 7, Regional [Read More]

Volunteer for the Red Cross

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By Jamie-Lee Bracken The Red Cross is on the lookout for more energetic and dedicated students to join them in their humanitarian efforts. Having volunteers is a key part of Red Cross and has been for over 100 years, says [Read More]

Campus gets its first politically affiliated club

July 31, 2017 1

By Jamie-Lee Bracken ‘Greens at Massey’ is a new politically affiliated club on campus – the first of its kind for Massey University in Wellington. After being politically inspired by Green Party candidate Chloe Swarbrick during a visit to Victoria [Read More]

Semester two kicks off with western fest

July 31, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Semester two started with a bang, with the Albany Student’s Association (ASA) holding a ‘Western Fest’ as part of its orientation activities. The week was jam-packed full of games and activities for both new and returning students, [Read More]

Opportunity for India study trip

July 31, 2017 1

By Taryn Dryfhout Currently in her final year of a Bachelor of Arts, Rohana Sergent has been provided with the opportunity to complete her degree with a study tour to India. The tour, which is being offered by Massey University [Read More]

Ditch the bottle and have fun sober

July 31, 2017 0

Written and Illustrated by Phoebe Holden Me: What do you think would be better to do on a Saturday night rather than get drunk and go out? William (age 12): Well I dunno…. Isn’t drinking alcohol what you’re supposed to do [Read More]

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