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Ditch the bottle and have fun sober

July 31, 2017 0

Written and Illustrated by Phoebe Holden Me: What do you think would be better to do on a Saturday night rather than get drunk and go out? William (age 12): Well I dunno…. Isn’t drinking alcohol what you’re supposed to do [Read More]

Artist Feature: Samantha Stephens

July 31, 2017 0

Samantha Stephens studies Visual Communication Design with a focus around illustration at Massey’s Wellington campus. Stephens has just returned from a trip to the United States where she travelled from New York down to Sunset Beach for a family reunion. As part of the trip [Read More]

Lost and found

July 31, 2017 1

By Kasharn Rao Massive Magazine’s Kasharn Rao has returned from visiting his family in India, with a story to tell about the life of a street kid. With my one-year-old brother in a pack on my back, and the Indian [Read More]

Going Green – An interview with James Shaw

July 31, 2017 0

James Shaw is the co-leader of the Green Party and is an advocate for the environment, equality and helping those in need. He has been party of the Green Party since 2014 and become co-leader in 2015. Massive Magazine’s Natasha [Read More]

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]

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