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The rise of the bedroom music producer

November 14, 2017 0

By Georgia Dunstan-Brown  In the bedrooms scattered across the world, there is a growing community of self-titled “bedroom music producers”. They spend thousands on gear to help create their music in their make-shift studios. With Massey University upgrading the facilities [Read More]

Depression: A how-to guide

November 14, 2017 1

By Sarah Tastard A wise man once told me that a wise man once told him that life is a bitch. For me, sobbing my heart out during another episode of crushing depression, that statement was a strange relief. Sometimes [Read More]

Six tips for meeting people in halls at uni

October 9, 2017 0

Massive’s Kaitlin Edmonds shares her top tips for finding friends at halls of residence. Keep your door open Having an open door lets other know you are open to conversation and socialising, and that you are friendly and approachable. It simply [Read More]

Money matters

October 9, 2017 0

Student welfare has remained a talking point for most of 2017. With this in mind, Massive Magazine sat down with Doctor Pushpa Wood, director of the financial education and research centre on Massey’s Wellington campus. With her wealth of knowledge around [Read More]

Do you make the cut?

October 9, 2017 0

By Megan Campbell The digital age of dating is in full swing and Tinder is the new best way to meet people. The app is simple; people swipe left for no and right for yes. It’s an easy process that tends [Read More]

2017 – A year in review

October 9, 2017 0

It might be a while to go until the end of the year is upon us, but this is the last issue of Massive Magazine for 2017. In celebration of reaching the finish line after 12 long issues, Adam Pearse [Read More]

Are the humanities coming to an end?

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout The internet is full of stories about the humanities’ declining enrolments, lack of funding and poor job prospects, as people continue to speculate about the fate of this previously thriving field. With humanities numbers declining all over [Read More]

What’s wrong with Wongamatar?

September 25, 2017 0

By Mackenzie Dyer Have you ever felt too “kiwi” to pronounce a Māori place name correctly? How about disrespected when someone can’t be bothered to say your hometown properly? Or do you just not care? Māori Language week always revamps [Read More]

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