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University’s counselling services trigger backlash

May 22, 2017 0

By Hazel Osborne The team behind Victoria University’s counselling services have been accused of poor practice as a social media rumour of an appointment cap triggers major backlash online. Early last week Facebook posts made by a popular meme page ‘Bad [Read More]

Decline in student memberships at uni gym

May 22, 2017 0

By Avalon Adams Statistics and staff observations show Massey Uni Gym is not the preferred facility for Massey Wellington gym-goers. Massey Gym Manager, Kane Carter says the Wellington University Gym has been experiencing a steady decline in student gym memberships [Read More]

A new coffee fix on campus

May 8, 2017 0

By Tess Patrick Wellington students made it back to campus after the Easter break to find a pleasant surprise catering to their caffeine related needs. Tussock Bar and Cafe has opened an alternative for the taste buds – The Pyramid [Read More]

New look for The Pyramid

May 8, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas Many students may notice a fresh new look for The Pyramid after returning from their mid-semester break. The Pyramid is a multi-purpose space on Massey’s Wellington campus, used as an area for students to hang out and [Read More]

Rivalry between University Meme Pages

April 22, 2017 0

By Kasharn Rao A rivalry has been sparked between the newly discovered Facebook page Massey University Bachelor of Creative Meme Production and the popular Bad Memes for Suffering Victoria University Teens. The Massey page, created by two Massey students last [Read More]

No need for free newspapers says Massey students

April 22, 2017 0

By Leilani Baker Students are no closer to receiving free newspapers on Wellington’s campus although most don’t seem to mind, choosing instead to digest their news through their phone and laptop screens. Three years ago, Massey students were fortunate enough [Read More]

The debate continues over fairer fares

April 22, 2017 0

By Tess Patrick The latest in the student bus fare debate has seen Massey and Victoria students’ associations unite to send a clear message to the Greater Wellington Regional Council – fairer fares are needed. April 12 saw the cut-off [Read More]

Skip the markets and stay in bed

April 22, 2017 0

By Hazel Osborne Sick of battling the weekend fruit and vegetable markets? Massey’s new fruit and veg co-op may have you covered. With a service that’s available to all students and faculty, and at only $12 a pop, the co-op [Read More]

Māori students lack support

March 14, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas A group set up to support Māori students on campus has begun the year with no staff support. Kōkiri Ngātahi provides support and community for the Māori students based at Massey’s Wellington campus. While other groups, including [Read More]

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