Mackenzie Dyer is Massive Magazine's Albany reporter. She is in her final year of a Bachelor of Communications in Media and Journalism, hoping to make writing about New Zealand a full-time job. When she's not writing you'll find her going to as many concerts as she can afford, travelling home to the Waikato, or perfecting her Spotify playlist.
With compulsory insulation still a year away, unfortunately many of us will have to brave another winter of flats tastefully decorated with mould and mildew throughout. Or can we self insulate?
Here in Autumn 2018, we are back on the bandwagon of despising plastic and plastic bags.
Hundreds of volunteers counted Auckland’s homeless last month, completing a snapshot survey that was announced by Auckland Mayor Phil Goff earlier this year.
Peace, Chinese Language, and Mental Health Week have occupied what is left of semester two, seeing small events and displays pop up around campus.
The Massey Sponsored Woman of Influence Awards that took place at Auckland’s SKYCITY Convention Centre in September, deemed charity founder Jackie Clarke as the supreme winner
Massey Albany’s Communications Club (MACS) hosted a panel of three industry professionals on the Albany campus earlier this month
The Massey Albany Library team successfully collected 193 food items for charity during their Food Run.
Kupu (meaning “word” in English) is a new app aiming to make the incorporation of te reo Māori into everyday life easier than ever
Māori langue Week involved a week of events and activities on the Albany campus. However, on the week itself, the Massey website disabled the page that told students what activities were taking place.
When discussing unpaid placements and hectic schedules, one does not normally think of Speech and Language Therapy (SLT) students.
Meet Meity Carlman, the 2019 Albany Students' Association President
The Albany Students’ Association’s (ASA’s) floral themed ball atthe end of August was an undoubtable success, with the night exceeding the expectations of attendees.
Just over 100 students voted in this year's Albany Students' Association elections.
The Albany Students’ Association’s (ASA) Band Night 2 which returned to the Ferguson last month, is being dubbed another success.
From people standing guard in parks to carpool-area fraud, the early weeks of semester two have seen it all.
The Library is running a two-week Food Drive from Monday August 13 to Sunday August 26.
The Albany Student Association (ASA) Vice President Venya Patel has received a $500 annual payment increase for her executive role.
Massey University Ariel Arts Club (MUACC), more commonly known as the pole dancing club, stole the show at this semester’s Clubs Day.
This semester’s Clubs Day upped the ante from previous years with a new location, more activities and new clubs.
The Albany Students’ Association’s (ASA) annual ball is returning on August 25, and President Jason Woodroofe guarantees it will not disappoint.
Old MacDonald’s Mobile Farm visited the Albany campus two weeks ago in celebration of the first day of Orientation Week.
Solving world hunger and fighting for gender equality were just some of the puzzles students were asked to solve at a recent event.