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Fashion grad wins Project Runway

Fashion grad wins Project Runway

Massey fashion design graduate Sean Kelly has become the first New Zealander to win the TV fashion competition Project Runway.

Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?

Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?

Evolutionary biologist Professor Marlene Zuk from the University of Minnesota will be touring New Zealand from October 31.

Master's art and design on show

Master's art and design on show

The College of Creative Arts' M Exhibition of postgraduate work takes on a new form this month, spreading throughout Wellington city.

Water sports make a splash at Albany Blues Awards

Water sports make a splash at Albany Blues Awards

Water sports made a splash at the Albany Blues Awards, with top New Zealand swimmer and surf lifesaver Laura Quilter taking out BNZ Albany Campus Sportswoman of the Year.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Fashion grad wins Project Runway
Friday 24 October 2014
Massey fashion design graduate Sean Kelly has become the first New Zealander to win the TV fashion competition Project Runway.
Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?
Friday 24 October 2014
Evolutionary biologist Professor Marlene Zuk from the University of Minnesota will be touring New Zealand from October 31.
Social work students praised for their leadership
Thursday 23 October 2014
Melanie Comber and Kenn Robinson have been recognised for their dedication and leadership at a ceremony for Massey University's Bachelor of Social Work students
Primary school pupils journey from pasture to plate
Thursday 23 October 2014
When you are giving primary school children an introduction to agriculture, you have to be prepared for anything. That includes burning questions like - "are sharks cool?"
Student Māori art fuses past and present
Thursday 23 October 2014
Merging contemporary art techniques and perspectives with traditional elements has resulted in a stunning Māori art exhibition by students at Massey University.
Opinion: Whose crisIS?
Wednesday 22 October 2014
There are a number of factors New Zealand needs to consider as we establish just what we may or may not want to engage in when it comes to the fight against IS.
Master's art and design on show
Wednesday 22 October 2014
The College of Creative Arts' M Exhibition of postgraduate work takes on a new form this month, spreading throughout Wellington city.
Opinion: Why a living wage makes sense for employers
Tuesday 21 October 2014
Most of our social and economic problems are linked to New Zealand's endemic low rates of pay - and a living wage could provide a solution, says Professor Jim Arrowsmith.
Outage fallout – building transport resilience
Tuesday 21 October 2014
The ramifications of disasters and infrastructure crises are multiple, as Auckland businesses and households affected by the recent outage are acutely aware
Aotearoa Maori book awards finalists
Monday 20 October 2014
Judges have announced finalists in five categories in Massey University's Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards 2014.
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