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It provides a sense of community among graduates, and a forum for them to keep up to date with the latest research and enterprise, successes and updates of their fellow alumni.
The magazine has a hard copy circulation of 33,000 and this year will be distributed to up to 60,000 more alumni via email with a link to the online magazine.
This year’s edition of the magazine includes stories celebrating the Young Farmer of the Year at 50, exciting research for mountain bikers and profiles of Labour MP and cabinet minister Iain Lees-Galloway and lingerie designer Chloé Julian.
The cover story features some of the very first graduands of the School of Music and Creative Media Prodution part of the College of Creative Arts at the Wellington campus. They will be capped at the end of the month, concluding Massey's graduation season that continues this week with ceremonies in Palmerston North.
Director of the Massey University Foundation and Alumni, Mitch Murdoch, says putting the content online was a natural evolution for the life of the magazine.
“Half of all alumni indicated that they wanted the option of seeing the magazine online. With so many platforms available for readers to view content these days it was important and timely that we offer an alternative to a print version,” she says.
We will be closely monitoring the reaction of our alumni. The option to get the magazine in hard copy by post still exists for those that prefer to hold it in their hands."
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Created: 14/05/2018 | Last updated: 14/05/2018
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