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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Opinion: NZ music’s #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators

Opinion: NZ music’s #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators

NZ music's #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators: prepare graduates to challenge and change the industry

Opinion: Why Biden’s inaugural speech appeals to NZers

Opinion: Why Biden’s inaugural speech appeals to NZers

President Joe Biden's inaugural speech helped Americans let go of the Trump era. But what about New Zealanders? We too have been saturated with Trump news for years, says Dr Heather Kavan.

‘$5 penguin’ highlights threat to marine life

‘$5 penguin’ highlights threat to marine life

The five dollar note and plastic coffee cup lid Professor John Cockrem carries in a sealed plastic bag are examples of what he finds in the nests of the Little Penguin colonies.

Opinion: White supremacy, the Trump moment, and the complicity of the political class: Anti-racist interrogations

Opinion: White supremacy, the Trump moment, and the complicity of the political class: Anti-racist interrogations

The expression of white supremacy in the United States' capitol on display earlier this month is not an exception. It exists in continuity with the everyday work of the machinery of white supremacy.

Opinion: NZ music’s #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators
Thursday 4 February 2021
NZ music's #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators: prepare graduates to challenge and change the industry
Opinion: Why Biden’s inaugural speech appeals to NZers
Monday 1 February 2021
President Joe Biden's inaugural speech helped Americans let go of the Trump era. But what about New Zealanders? We too have been saturated with Trump news for years, says Dr Heather Kavan.
‘$5 penguin’ highlights threat to marine life
Thursday 28 January 2021
The five dollar note and plastic coffee cup lid Professor John Cockrem carries in a sealed plastic bag are examples of what he finds in the nests of the Little Penguin colonies.
Opinion: White supremacy, the Trump moment, and the complicity of the political class: Anti-racist interrogations
Wednesday 27 January 2021
The expression of white supremacy in the United States' capitol on display earlier this month is not an exception. It exists in continuity with the everyday work of the machinery of white supremacy.
Quote of the Year 2020 "These tears are not for you"
Tuesday 22 December 2020
Sara Qasem's quote in her victim impact statement at the sentencing of the Christchurch Mosque shooter has been voted Quote of the Year.
Opinion: Are digital devices killing the love of reading?
Monday 7 December 2020
A recent Ministry of Education report found that too much use of digital devices in school is associated with a dislike of reading. It is no surprise - everyone knows the seductive power of the...
Opinion: Why does an oath in Sanskrit in Aotearoa New Zealand’s parliament raise questions?
Friday 27 November 2020
Language is deeply political and constituted in terrains of power. The politics of language is evident in the struggles for Te Reo Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Managing information overload in the time of Trump
Thursday 26 November 2020
Professor of Technology Management David Pauleen reflects on his twenty-day mediation retreat and how it fostered even a glimpse of compassion for Trump.
Does our approach to mental health need to be re-written?
Wednesday 25 November 2020
For the last episode of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take we explore NZ's current approach to mental health and well being and question whether it's time to re-think how...
Master of Engineering applicants needed to solve agritech challenges
Monday 23 November 2020
Agritech is a fast growing industry in New Zealand and Massey is calling on people who want to further their skills and contribute to solving challenges in the food sector.
Mana Moana public art experience to be projected on Wellington waterfront
Wednesday 18 November 2020
A ground-breaking art installation curated by two artists and Massey staff members Rachael Rakena and Mike Bridgman, Mana Moana, is back on the water in Wellington this week with a spectacular...
Local ties to nature revealed in ecopoetry PhD
Tuesday 17 November 2020
Horowhenua-based farmer, poet Janet Newman explored local versions of the global ecopoetry trend for her PhD, and discovered that New Zealand writers are re-defining it.
Professor one of 22 global experts to advise on preventing pandemics
Monday 16 November 2020
Professor David Hayman was the only New Zealander selected to co-author the global #PandemicsReport: Escaping the Era of Pandemics.
Nominations begin for Quote of the Year 2020
Tuesday 10 November 2020
Massey University Quote of the Year is back for 2020 and we're calling on the public to nominate this year's best.
Opinion: Do NZers only care about terrorism if it happens to us?
Monday 9 November 2020
Islamist inspired terrorism has reared its head again in Europe with the brutal slaying of a school teacher in Paris. But there has been barely a murmur out of New Zealanders. Do we only care about...
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