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Massey and German historians in WWI research
Massey historians and creative artists are joining forces with Germany's top military scholars to shed light on Germany's perspectives on its role in...
New magazine tracks NZ’s demographic shifts
The demographic shifts transforming New Zealand's future are the focus of the 2014 issue of Future NZ, the annual magazine published by Massey and...
Exposure unveils potential new Optimist design
Industrial design student Tim Arbuckle wants more young people to get into the sport of sailing and he believes he may have the design to get nine to...
Doctorate caps 'big' birthday for China’s First Lady
Madame Peng Liyuan, First Lady to the President of the People's Republic of China, was the toast of Wellington's Chinese community after receiving an...
Pasifika focus for new Massey research hub
Finding solutions for Pacific Island nations to adapt to the impact of climate change is among the issues Massey researchers will be embracing in a...
Heritage sculptures mark Massey's golden jubilee
Heritage sculptures are being unveiled at the three Massey University campuses to commemorate the 50th anniversary of becoming a university.
Short plays for the page and stage
Virtuouso writer of the short play Angie Farrow is launching a new book in the same week a season of six of her plays will be staged at Palmerston...
Porirua teens at international film screening
Aspiring young filmmakers from Canons Creek, Porirua will see movies they made on mobile phones screened alongside professionals this weekend.
Writers' event to explore Kiwis' sense of place
More than 130 of New Zealand's top writers and literary academics will gather in Wellington next week for a colloquium exploring how a writer's...
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.
Student Māori art fuses past and present
Merging contemporary art techniques and perspectives with traditional elements has resulted in a stunning Māori art exhibition by students at...
Rare Gandhi photos in Albany campus exhibition
Seldom seen photographs of prominent Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi will be on show at Massey's Albany...
Peace Week highlights plight of refugees
The annual Peace Week held at the Albany campus last week highlighted the plight of international and domestic refugees.
Japanese films to screen at Albany each month
Afficionados of Japanese films will now get the chance to indulge their passion, with new monthly screenings to be held at the Albany campus. The...
Visiting artist scheme celebrates 10 years
Feeling "cherished and nurtured" as an artist, and creating award-winning works - these are the rewards for recipients of Massey's Visiting Artist...

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