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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]

Put a cup in it: Absorb life no longer

May 22, 2017 1

By Marie Larking with additional input from Olie Body Heard of a menstrual cup? A lot of menstruating humans out there have, but why are we not all using them? Maybe it is the cost, maybe it is the perceived [Read More]

Artist Feature: Alex Murdoch

May 22, 2017 0

Alex Murdoch is studying design, majoring in visual communication at Wellington’s campus. Her out-of-the-box artwork can be shocking at first, but beneath the surface it explores the idea of students’ experiences with sex and sexual education. This issue’s centrefold is [Read More]

It’s time to talk, but why now?

May 22, 2017 0

By Leilani Baker From Jono Pryor’s heartfelt out-pour on live television, to all the commotion around popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, conversations around mental health seem to be stirring among just about everybody in New Zealand these days. It’s [Read More]

Mindfulness – don’t believe the hype

May 22, 2017 0

By Russell Vant Humble beginnings I’ve been meditating for a few years now. Not constantly, you know, but off and on. My first real experience was on a silent 10 day Vipassana retreat, up north of Auckland, maybe 14 years [Read More]

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