Interviews - Massive Magazine

White man behind a desk

May 22, 2017 0

Robbie Nicol is a comedian, political enthusiast, and generally, just another white man behind a desk. However, he’s also a pleasant fellow with some interesting opinions, and he’ll be performing in this year’s Comedy Fest. Kasharn Rao caught up with Robbie [Read More]

Spotlight: Liam Hopkinson

May 8, 2017 0

Liam Hopkinson is a design student at Massey’s Wellington campus, who has been lucky enough to flock with the penguins and make a splash with humpback whales in one of the most majestic places on Earth – Antarctica. He recently sat [Read More]

New Zealand’s next leader?

May 8, 2017 0

Leader of the Labour Party, Andrew Little is five months out of a general election, an election which will decide whether he will assume the country’s top job of Prime Minister. With a background in student politics and a love [Read More]

Coffee with a communist

April 22, 2017 0

By Hazel Osborne As I sit here watching a video of Wellington’s Mayor Justin Lester do some weird sort of push-up off of the lip of a remu table I blink, rub my eyes, and then flick to my open [Read More]

High school feminist rallies for change

April 22, 2017 0

From Bill English’s position on gender equality, to jokes about raping drunk girls made by students at Wellington College, several news stories over the last few months have caused a rise in the discussion of feminism and rape culture. High [Read More]

Spotlight: Daniel Voss

March 27, 2017 0

What do you study? I am a fourth year Visual Communications Design student. How did you start illustrating? It started in my final year at high school. I saw some stuff online by Feng Zhu a Singaporean artist. He does [Read More]

Spotlight: Hannah Rowe

March 14, 2017 0

When third year communications student Hannah Rowe isn’t attending lectures at Massey’s Manawatu campus she’s busy slinging medium paced seamers down the pitch against world class batters for the White Ferns. How long have you been playing cricket for? Since [Read More]

Character Comedy 101: The Sparrow Method

March 14, 2017 0

To say Alexander Sparrow has plenty of character is an understatement. Sparrows dark and sometimes twisted sense of humour and clever quips have been making waves in the New Zealand comedy scene since 2011. Some of the comedic characters he [Read More]

Interview: Drax Project

March 13, 2017 0

Up and coming New Zealand artists the Drax Project made a name for themselves busking the streets of Wellington. They have now played some of the country’s biggest music festivals including Rhythm and Alps and Rhythm and Vines. Ahead of [Read More]

New Zealand’s Best Best Mate

September 22, 2016 0

Nineteen-year-old Meg Parfitt surely proved that she is New Zealand’s Best Best Mate, after she spent six nights on a barge in the middle of Auckland’s harbour, all so her friends could go to Fiji. While she faced challenges including [Read More]

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