How do soon-to-be graduates feel about embarking on their job search in the unsteady period that has followed the pandemic?
The Albany campus… the awkward third wheel of the Massey University ménage à trois.
If passed, the act will allow New Zealand citizens or permanent residents over the age of 18 who live with a terminal illness to have the option to request assisted dying.
Along with the expectation of acting bubbly and upbeat while your uterus is performing a contortionist act, there is another pressure facing our menstruating pals – to save the turtles.
2020 has been a tumultuous year filled with unprecedented challenges. Due to the lockdown, there were no on-site exams in Semester One.
Despite working in the world’s oldest profession, sex workers have scarcely had the chance to share their own experiences of the job.
Despite being a game that once fell strictly within the realm of nerds, Dungeons and Dragons has had a huge resurgence of popularity over recent years and is now a prominent artifact of pop-culture.
Staff writer Dani Molloy busts the myths on multi-level marketing and how it often ends in ruined friendships and financial disrepair.
The world is an incredible place and we won’t be trapped in our “bubbles” forever.
In my final year, I would like to impart some of my wisdom onto my fellow students so I can graduate assured that Studylink’s support went towards something fruitful
I have compiled a list of Dos and Don’ts when it comes to planning your summer road this year.
You’re thrown out into the real world. You’ve graduated — but what happens next?
it is no surprise that university students are turning to whatever drugs they can find to ease their way through the weekend.
We all have those friends. The ones that took two years off from school to ‘find themselves’ in Bali. That’s if ‘finding yourself’ means taking semi-nude photos in front of a waterfall.
More and more adolescents are adorning themselves in fluorescent wigs, dramatic eye makeup and heels higher than my mother’s expectations.
The glass slippers are off and her fingers are busy in more ways than one. So how is Little J going in her quest to find love?
A recount of the Toga Party; but from the perspective of an RA.
Student Elections are another event that the Albany Student Association had to operate online in order to comply with the Level 2.5 restrictions placed upon Auckland.
The ASA announced a downsizing restructure of the Executive Committee at a Special General Meeting, which has drawn criticism from some students.
The approval of this new policy now formalises their goal to uphold a positive workplace culture and have zero tolerance for sexual misconduct.
One of the most vital ways that students can feel this sense of community is through their memberships with the association’s affiliated clubs.
MAWSA Vice-President of Engagement, Liam Davies, believes that it is the association’s responsibility to ensure the welfare of Massey University students.
Within her new role, Anderson hoped to “provide guidance for students in terms of looking after their overall wellbeing – not just their study.”
Albany postgraduate science students are worried about the future of their studies in the wake of Massey University’s ‘Digital Plus’ strategy being announced.
Current ASA president, Dallin Niuelua, stated that the ASA “didn’t undertake this process lightly.”
“Our job is to help make the student experience the best it can be for Albany students. The ASA has the students’ best interests at heart.”
On Saturday 24th August, Albany students abandoned their 8am lecture attire of pyjama pants and a hoodie to dress glamorously for the Albany Student Association’s annual Ball.
People watch the Olympics to see the world’s best athletes in a given sport, while they watch the Paralympics to say, ‘good for them’ — not really looking at us as serious athletes.”