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Artist Feature: Louie Neale

July 17, 2017 0

Louie Neale is in his first year at Massey’s College of Creative Arts in Wellington. He recently moved back to New Zealand after having a gap year (or three) in Europe. He is the co-chair of Massey’s LGBTQ+ club (Uni [Read More]

No Ordinary Sheila – Hugh MacDonald Q+A

July 17, 2017 0

Hugh Macdonald and Christine Dann’s No Ordinary Sheila is a heartwarming documentary about an extremely practical woman who might just inspire you. Sheila Natusch has cycled from Picton to Bluff, climbed numerous mountain peaks, and authored dozens of essential natural history [Read More]

The Human Race: Are we coming to the finish line?

July 17, 2017 0

By Adam Pearce The end of the Human Race. It’s a fairly morbid notion when you think about it. Images of doomsday-esque scenarios invade your mind like people screaming as they run through the streets, buildings coming crumbling down, and [Read More]

A campus by campus comparison

July 17, 2017 0

Earlier this year it was reported that 79 per cent of students feel their debt will have a large impact on their ability to put away money for their retirement. The New Zealand Union of Students’ Association (NZUSA) released significant [Read More]

Blood, shit and tears: Life in the halls of residence

July 17, 2017 0

By Laura Macdonald Earlier this year, Victoria University’s Joan Stevens Hall was splashed across news headlines after students drunkenly trashed it, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage. For anyone that saw the story on One News, you might remember seeing [Read More]

David Seymour, a real character

June 21, 2017 0

David Seymour, what a character! I actually mean it, what a character! As I sat in Brenda the Massey at Wellington Students’ Association’s car outside the ol’ Bowen House in windy Wellington, I was absolutely frothing to meet a man [Read More]

Cruising down Grindr’s yellow brick road

June 15, 2017 0

By Sean Hampson-Tindale Hey, you. Yeah, you trying to read this, discreetly in the corner. How’d you feel like taking a walk down Grindr’s yellow brick road? For the purposes of this story, you’re gonna be Dorothy, or one of [Read More]

How to exercise during exam time

June 9, 2017 0

By Steph Korad Your Massey at Wellington Students’ Association Health Executive. Step One – Exercise Step Two – Study Step Three – Pass your exams It’s that easy… sike! It’s exam time, academic success is your main priority and your [Read More]

Behind closed stable doors

June 7, 2017 0

By Lou Reilly If you ask the average student about their thoughts on horse racing, they’ll probably fondly recall wandering around in a drunken haze with their heels off, losing half their student allowance on a race they never saw. [Read More]

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