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Students were wrapped for toga party

March 14, 2017 0

By Shannon Ballantyne Students may have noticed a shortage of white flat sheets in stores lately. That’s because Massey Albany’s annual toga party took place on March 1. The event, held at the Ferguson on campus, is run every year [Read More]

ASA May Change Name

March 13, 2017 0

By Shannon Ballantyne The Albany Students’ Association (ASA) may be undertaking a monumental change in the next few months. ASA has announced it is looking at potentially changing its name to Massey Albany Students’ Association later in the year. ASA [Read More]

New student radio station for Albany

March 13, 2017 0

By Shannon Ballantyne Students at Albany’s campus will be excited to hear a new student radio station will soon be hitting airwaves. The station will be very similar to Manawatu’s own student radio station, Radio Control, which has been on [Read More]

Jump on the bus and save

March 13, 2017 0

By Shannon Ballantyne With traffic congestion at an all-time high in the need for students to jump on a bus, or hop on a train, is becoming all the more essential. With this in mind, Auckland Transport is now encouraging [Read More]

Platform for student voice

March 13, 2017 0

By Shannon Ballantyne Students at Massey’s Albany campus are encouraged to join in on executive meetings over the coming months. Meetings, which will be held fortnightly and run by the Albany Students’ Association (ASA), will be an opportunity for students [Read More]

2017 ASA exec team elected

October 31, 2016 0

Lance Walsh, this year’s administration vice-president, has been elected as the 2017 ASA president. Walsh says that he was “kind of disappointed” about the lack of student engagement in the election, with fewer students voting than last year. He adds [Read More]

Clubs recognised at prize giving

October 31, 2016 0

Albany Massey Engineering Students’ Society (AMESS) took out the Overall Club of the Year in 2016’s Club Prizegiving. The award recognises “excellence in the administration of a club, club activity, and the promotion of student life” at Massey. AMESS was [Read More]

Bright ideas at Go Innovate! finals

October 12, 2016 0

The Rugby Post took out this year’s Go Innovate! Competition. Javed Ali, Johnny Love, Bronson Wati-Kaye and Sage Lasseter Haycock won $3,000 in seed funding for The Rugby Post – a “platform where amateur rugby players are connected to opportunities [Read More]

Resident takes out chicken challenge

October 12, 2016 0

Accommodation resident Keelan Clark was crowned the champion of the Te Ohanga Annual Chicken Challenge. As part of the challenge, contestants have to eat twenty hot and spicy chicken tenderloins, with the fastest one to do so taking out the [Read More]

Students surveyed on transport

October 5, 2016 0

Auckland Transport has released the results of its biennial Tertiary Student Travel Survey, which monitors changes in attitudes and transport behaviours. The 2016 survey found that 50 per cent of tertiary students take the bus, up from 45 per cent [Read More]

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