Adam Pearse, Author at Massive Magazine

Sport: An unlimited potential

October 9, 2017 0

Seeing as it’s the last yarn for 2017, I felt we should tackle something a little meatier, something with a bit of heat to it. Throughout the year, these pieces have been about asking and answering a question within a [Read More]

Massey men win Fed Cup

October 9, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Massey’s top Men’s football team have won the 2017 Federation Cup, beating a strong Marist team 2-1. In a game which came down to the wire, head coach Donald Piper is quick to praise on all those involved. [Read More]

Massey women defend A1 crown

October 9, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Massey’s top netball team have repeated their efforts of 2016 to remain champions of Palmerston North’s premier netball division. Massey’s top ladies overcame a previously unbeaten Manukura Black by an unprecedented 19 points and captain, Hapai Selby-Law [Read More]

Massey vets getting down to business

October 9, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Vet students are realising good grades and a head full of knowledge aren’t the most important things with the creation of a new club that looks to improve their employability. Co-founder of The Student Veterinary Business Society, [Read More]

Conor McGregor: The biggest balls in boxing

September 11, 2017 1

Massive’s resident sports jockey, Adam Pearse, tackles the sporting quandaries of our time with the skill of Saville, the daring of Devillin, and the vibrancy of Veitchy (forgetting his history with stairways). From cricket to croquet and everything in between, these are [Read More]

Outgoing Skipper positive for future

September 11, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Nominations have now closed for the 2018 Massey University Students Association (MUSA) presidency and while she still has a few more weeks at the top, current president Nikita Skipper is pleased with the candidate selection. “I’m chuffed [Read More]

An interview with Jacinda Ardern

September 11, 2017 0

She’s the woman with the biggest smile and the biggest chance of knocking National off its seat at the head of the table, there is no doubt Labour’s Jacinda Ardern has tipped this election upside down. Her approval ratings are [Read More]

Ultimate frisbee catching on at Massey

September 11, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse For those adverse to Rugby and Netball, there is another sport gaining traction at Massey and it’s in the shape of a disc. The Massey University Disc Club has undertaken some serious projects to promote the sport [Read More]

Massey 1sts aim to make cup history

August 14, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Massey Men’s 1st football team will look to make history as the only Massey side to win the Federation Cup in over 20 years when they take the field against Marist in September. The young team comprising of [Read More]

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