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Interview: Pete Bethune

September 25, 2017 0

Captain Pete Bethune has saved thousands of animals around the world from the hands of exploitation. A huge feat for a kiwi lad raised in little old New Zealand. He currently holds the world record for circumnavigating the globe in [Read More]

Behind the scenes with On The Fence

September 11, 2017 0

On The Fence is an online interactive tool that aims to boost voter participation – especially among students – in the upcoming general elections. The now renowned programme was developed by Massey University’s The Design+Democracy Project. Massive Magazine’s Natasha Tziakis [Read More]

An interview with Jacinda Ardern

September 11, 2017 0

She’s the woman with the biggest smile and the biggest chance of knocking National off its seat at the head of the table, there is no doubt Labour’s Jacinda Ardern has tipped this election upside down. Her approval ratings are [Read More]

Interview with Jan Thomas

September 11, 2017 0

Jan Thomas was announced as the new Vice Chancellor of Massey University earlier this year. Thomas replaces former Vice Chancellor Steve Maharey in the top role. Massive’s Adam Pearse had the opportunity last month to sit down with and former [Read More]

Massey’s own queen of DIY

August 14, 2017 0

Many students may find themselves glued to television screens for the latest series of The Block NZ. But what you might not know is contestant Yanita McLeay is a Massey University student. The 29-year-old has paired up with her best friend [Read More]

Going Green – An interview with James Shaw

July 31, 2017 0

James Shaw is the co-leader of the Green Party and is an advocate for the environment, equality and helping those in need. He has been party of the Green Party since 2014 and become co-leader in 2015. Massive Magazine’s Natasha [Read More]

No Ordinary Sheila – Hugh MacDonald Q+A

July 17, 2017 0

Hugh Macdonald and Christine Dann’s No Ordinary Sheila is a heartwarming documentary about an extremely practical woman who might just inspire you. Sheila Natusch has cycled from Picton to Bluff, climbed numerous mountain peaks, and authored dozens of essential natural history [Read More]

David Seymour, a real character

June 21, 2017 0

David Seymour, what a character! I actually mean it, what a character! As I sat in Brenda the Massey at Wellington Students’ Association’s car outside the ol’ Bowen House in windy Wellington, I was absolutely frothing to meet a man [Read More]

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