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Interview: Pete Bethune

September 25, 2017 0

Captain Pete Bethune has saved thousands of animals around the world from the hands of exploitation. A huge feat for a kiwi lad raised in little old New Zealand. He currently holds the world record for circumnavigating the globe in [Read More]

Artist Feature: Liam Hopkinson

September 25, 2017 0

Massey’s Liam Hopkinson, studies a Bachelor of Design with honours, majoring in visual communication design at the university’s Wellington campus. Hopkinson often graces the pages of Massive Magazine with his out of this world scenic photographs of places from every [Read More]

Are the humanities coming to an end?

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout The internet is full of stories about the humanities’ declining enrolments, lack of funding and poor job prospects, as people continue to speculate about the fate of this previously thriving field. With humanities numbers declining all over [Read More]

What’s wrong with Wongamatar?

September 25, 2017 0

By Mackenzie Dyer Have you ever felt too “kiwi” to pronounce a Māori place name correctly? How about disrespected when someone can’t be bothered to say your hometown properly? Or do you just not care? Māori Language week always revamps [Read More]

Artist Feature: Hendrix Arnold

September 11, 2017 0

Hendrix Arnold is a second year student studying photography at Massey’s Wellington Campus. Arnold’s powerful work depicts sites around the lower North Island where violent crimes and offences took place. The young photographer sat down to chat with Massive Magazine. My project [Read More]

Let’s talk about voting

September 11, 2017 0

By Charlie Pearson Today, I was asked by a friend, “who are you voting for?” and it caught me off guard. It always does. This has happened a few times now, and my reaction is always the same. I go [Read More]

Behind the scenes with On The Fence

September 11, 2017 0

On The Fence is an online interactive tool that aims to boost voter participation – especially among students – in the upcoming general elections. The now renowned programme was developed by Massey University’s The Design+Democracy Project. Massive Magazine’s Natasha Tziakis [Read More]

An interview with Jacinda Ardern

September 11, 2017 0

She’s the woman with the biggest smile and the biggest chance of knocking National off its seat at the head of the table, there is no doubt Labour’s Jacinda Ardern has tipped this election upside down. Her approval ratings are [Read More]

Do students hold the key to changing politics?

September 11, 2017 0

By Jamie-Lee Bracken  The elections are coming up and every vote counts. If this year’s election is anything like the last, it looks like parties won’t be able to count on the youth vote. Or will they? It will come as [Read More]

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