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New food payment tech hits Massey

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Massey University students and staff will benefit from one of the country’s most flexible on-site food service payment options in New Zealand. Compass Group New Zealand (Compass) introduced the ‘#itsyourchoice’ food services payment offering to the Albany [Read More]

Students claim famous wedges victory

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Complaints from students have seen Massey’s food contractor, Compass, reverse their decision to decrease the size of the university’s famous wedges. At the beginning of the year, the price of wedges rose from $3.50 to $4.00 yet [Read More]

Club planting seeds of sustainability

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Massey’s Sustainability Club is making new ground in their efforts to encourage environmental awareness with the creation of a student community vegetable garden. Club President, Tonicha Alves, says the garden situated between the Miro and McHardy Halls [Read More]

‘Time to get checked’: Sexual health nurse

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse With the semester in full swing and sexual activity surely following suit, one health professional says it’s time to have a check-up. At the Massey University Student Association hosted event, ‘The Nether Regions’, many organisations came out [Read More]

Rec Centre helping students ‘thrive’.

March 27, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse A new initiative from the Rec Centre is focusing on improving student welfare and wellbeing. Beginning March 27, ‘Thrive’ is a 10 week programme that centres around a tracker that monitors your wellbeing in four different categories. [Read More]

Palmy flat privilege

March 27, 2017 0

By Abigail Lassing After six months of poky apartment living, I made the move from Wellington to Palmerston North. I can honestly say it was the best decision of my life. Here in Palmerston North we are all accustomed to [Read More]

Palmy’s summer Shakespeare closes curtains

March 27, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse As the rolling winds of Autumn set in, the final call for Palmerston North’s Summer Shakespeare shows is sounded. A largely Massey University run initiative, Summer Shakespeare consists of Manawatu’s primary dose of thespian drama with multiple [Read More]

New club on the menu

March 14, 2017 0

By Asa Andersen A new club with a health kick hits campus this year thanks to Massey’s Nutrition students. Sam Lockett, third year nutrition student, says the ‘Massey Nutrition Club’ came from the desire to create a club that connects [Read More]

Hall roof squashes student fun

March 14, 2017 0

By Asa Andersen Massey Recreation Centre’s Sports hall and Squash courts are out of action following a failed safety assessment. The two buildings are currently unavailable for students after a report stated that the structure of the roof wasn’t physically [Read More]

War of words over muggings

March 14, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Palmerston North mayor, Grant Smith, is sceptical over the threat of more muggings in the central city despite concerned public who say more needs to be done. Despite numerous reports of youths attacking people in the Square, [Read More]

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