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So Dan Carter gets done for driving under the influence in France, allegedly caught drink-driving by police last Wednesday night, reportedly with a blood alcohol level of 0.98g per litre - above the legal limit of 0.5g.
Successive governments have taken the view that education is about generating a short-term profit. For years, tertiary education policy has sought to create and expand a marketplace where the learning opportunities necessary to deliver such profits are supplied and purchased.
A month in, and the damage caused by the presidency of Donald Trump is piling up. Three features of the new administration's conduct stand out for those who work in New Zealand's universities: its tenuous relationship with the truth, bludgeoning disregard of evidence and argument with which it disagrees; and antediluvian views on the nature and role of science.
The thrilling conclusion to the blockbuster Rurouni Kenshin live-action trilogy will be screened at Massey's Auckland campus next month, as part of the free monthly Japanese film nights.