Darts. Durries. Vape Naysh. Smoke connoisseur Tyler Hambleton reviews his favourite ways of sucking nicotine into his system.
In 700-800 words I am going to pigeon-hole you into a stereotype based on your music taste, bad or not.
In an age where most of us are wondering if we’ll ever get out of the rat race, it’s uplifting to hear others breaking the mould and surging ahead with their own successful business ventures.
121 has come a long way since the closure of their physical location and club located at 126 Cuba Street.
Digital Plus has been the most popular topic of conversation for staff and members of Massey’s multiple student associations throughout the past month.
Renting an expensive, damp house is now almost a rite of passage for Wellington renters.
Last month Tessa Guest won the 2021 MAWSA presidential election in a landslide result, and is ‘buzzing’ for next year.
“A lot of Pasifika students dropped out due to Covid, because of things going on at home and for other family reasons.”
Many student associations from universities around the country are adopting a Yes2020 stance towards the cannabis referendum.
Students’ tax refunds are set to go straight into paying off student loan payments due to IRD’s new ‘automatic tax process’.
Victoria University students are pushing for a 5-point grade bump for all students as other universities have implemented similar frameworks to support their students.
An announcement made by the government last week aimed at increasing course related costs from $1,000 to $2,000 has received mixed reactions from students across the country.
Massey University has recently announced their ‘Digital Plus’ plans to streamline courses across campuses in a move to “future-proof” the university in years to come.
Wellington’s premier house and techno club, Club 121 is set to close after their “Last Dance” event which will run over two nights, the 20th and 21st of September.
“I just can’t keep pretending that this stuff is not happening, so I came and I stood here with my sign on the lawn. I refused to move. It was the best thing I could think of at the time.”
Aotearoa’s activism front is ripe within Massey students and youth in 2019.