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MORE STUDENTS, LESS LEARNING?

May 29, 2012 0

Student numbers are a big debating point at universities, and as education becomes more mainstream and attainable, questions must be asked as the student population rises. [Read More]

SAM GREENSLADE – MOTOCROSS MAD

May 29, 2012 0

Sam Greenslade is a third-year business student majoring in Finance and Marketing at Albany. However, when he is not attending lectures or studying he is a pro New Zealand off-road enduro cross-country motocross rider. With past sponsors such as Suzuki, it’s safe to say Sam is a pretty big deal. MASSIVE tracked him down in the library for a cheeky little chat … [Read More]

CALL FOR B-BOYS TO STRUT THEIR STUFF

May 29, 2012 0

  Breakdancers. ‘B-Boys’. I know nothing about them, or their art. In fact, the first thing that comes to mind when that word ‘breakdancing’ is thrown out is Summer Heights High and the breakdancing cool kids that were Jonah’s arch [Read More]

MILLS & POON RETURNS

May 28, 2012 0

After undertaking a bit of undercover research, Dick Hardy makes his return to the Albany campus and debut in MASSIVE Magazine, but has he finally met his match? [Read More]

OP-SHOP CHALLENGE

May 28, 2012 1

Many claim to be the best at finding a bargain, but who really is the op-shop king or queen? Every month MASSIVE will send out three writers from different parts of New Zealand to find a ‘new’ outfit for less than $25. Points are awarded for overall style, money saved, accessories, and of course ‘coolness’. This month, Leila Rauzi takes up the challenge. [Read More]

EDITORIAL

April 26, 2012 0

Albany was the only Massey University Campus to send a team down to the Uni-Games taking place in Wellington this year. I caught up with the Ultimate Frisbee team, MUFF during the competition and was impressed with their attitude to [Read More]

THE SUNFLOWER STUDY

April 26, 2012 0

Wendy Jessup (left) with her ballet dancer daughter Eden Jessup using a device to test arm muscle strength with Massey nutrition researcher Sarah Mitchell for the Sunflower study. The summer season is not something ballerinas normally get excited over. That’s [Read More]

PORTS OF AUCKLAND NOT AN ISOLATED CASE

April 26, 2012 0

Dr Jane Parker, Associate Professor of Human Resources Management  and Employment Relations The Ports of Auckland’s push for increased labour flexibility is “not taking place in isolation”, according to a Massey University employment relations specialist. Associate Professor Jane Parker points [Read More]

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