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CHOCOLATE EGGS’ RISE TO EASTER TREASURE

April 23, 2012 0

Chocolate eggs are part of an Easter tradition for many New Zealanders, but the Easter egg has a long history dating back at least 2,500 years, says Massey University historian Professor Susan Mumm. The painted or dyed egg goes back [Read More]

DISCWORLD COMES TO TOWN

April 23, 2012 0

Witches, fantasy, and action with a hint of romance. Terry Pratchett’s Lords and Ladies is set to hit the stage in May. The play is based on the 14th Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett, originally published in 1992. The story [Read More]

POETS’ CORNER: MOVEMENT

April 23, 2012 0

By Genevieve Lowcay You’re not here anymore To eat those cheap egg sandwiches On the sunny Waterfront. Remember we used to wonder how much treasure Was buried under the sea bed? Diamond rings and shiny gold coins Gleaming up at [Read More]

MAX’S HANG TIME MUCH BETTER

April 23, 2012 0

The Palmerston North campus finally had a turn to be proud when our very own Max Betteridge flew a paper plane for 6.82 seconds, taking out the title of overall best airtime in the Red Bull Paper Wings qualifier. Betteridge [Read More]

THE POWER OF ONE KIWI

April 19, 2012 1

Linda Jenkinson is arguably one of Massey University’s most successful female exports, building two international, multimillion-dollar companies since leaving New Zealand nearly 25 years ago. Her niece, Amelia Jenkinson, tells her story of success. [Read More]

OP-SHOP CHALLENGE

April 19, 2012 0

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, Nicole Canning takes up the challenge. [Read More]

WELCOME TO EDITION TWO

March 27, 2012 0

Well here it is edition two. The first edition is always a tricky magazine and we are working on the various teething issues that were present last time. The good news is, we are appointing a campus reporter who will [Read More]

SEMI-NAKED STUDENT STREAKERS IN SQUARE

March 27, 2012 0

6pm. Cold. Windy. Overcast. A typical early-autumn evening in Palmerston North.  Such was the setting for the second annual Undie Run in Palmerston North’s city square. Now the question of just why perfectly rational people (and I use the term [Read More]

CLUBS’ DAY A SUCCESS

March 27, 2012 0

The sun came out for the Palmerston North Massey University Clubs Day, which was held on the Febraury 29 from 10am till 2pm. Clubs Day is held annually on the concourse, and gives all of the clubs at Massey University [Read More]

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