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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

New Zealand in top 10 for media freedom

New Zealand in top 10 for media freedom

Reporters Without Borders has ranked New Zealand in the top 10 for media freedom out of 180 countries.

Opinion: Why universities can be just as good (and cost just as much) online

Opinion: Why universities can be just as good (and cost just as much) online

Online and blended learning could be the future for universities but that doesn't mean it's cheaper to deliver, writes Massey University Provost Professor Giselle Byrnes.

Opinion: Plotting a new career path in a time of uncertainty

Opinion: Plotting a new career path in a time of uncertainty

The COVID-19 pandemic and the crushing blow it has dealt to the world economy has shocked us all. And the time spent in lockdown has led many of us to reflect on our lives and careers, say Professors Jens Mueller and Ted Zorn.

Creating a dedicated study environment helped this international student's success

Creating a dedicated study environment helped this international student's success

When international travel restrictions prevented Jiahao He from travelling to NZ, he set himself up to study online at Hangzhou library.

Universities: the future is here and it is online
Friday 20 March 2020
No doubt about it, the Covid-19 pandemic is encouraging all of us to think 'around corners', to look creatively at what we can do differently in the context of a crisis, says Professor Giselle Byrnes.
Opinion: Confronting extremism – what’s changed since March 15?
Thursday 12 March 2020
As 15 March draws near, John Battersby asks - has anything changed in New Zealand since last March, and have we learned anything from the experience?
Opinion: Fossil fuel investment ban more politics than ethics
Thursday 5 March 2020
New Zealand's announcement of a fossil fuel ban for default KiwiSaver funds from mid-2021 has left many questions unanswered, says Dr Claire Matthews.
True story of love and lunch turned into movie
Thursday 27 February 2020
A true story of a father's loyalty and love and his daughter's lunchbox is the inspiration for next month's Japanese film screening at Massey University's Auckland campus.
Do a third of Americans really hate their own country?
Wednesday 22 January 2020
Hyper-patriotism in the United States means the country is waging an endless war on itself, says Professor Ted Zorn.
Tea ceremony tale launches 2020 Japanese films
Tuesday 21 January 2020
A young woman discovering the intricacies of the ancient tea ceremony is the theme of a 2018 Japanese film to screen in February - the first of 2020's free monthly Japanese films at Massey...
Massey student achieves Olympic performance dream
Friday 10 January 2020
Twenty-one-year-old Massey student Zakea Page has achieved his lifelong dream of performing at an Olympic opening ceremony, in Lausanne, Switzerland, at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Pūhoro STEM Academy presents at Google
Wednesday 8 January 2020
Pūhoro was one of a select number of organisations in Australia and New Zealand invited to attend the Google 2019 Partner Summit in Sydney, Australia.
NZ linguist helping to revive Aboriginal language
Friday 20 December 2019
A New Zealand linguist has launched a series of children's books she co-wrote in Gamilaraay - an endangered Aboriginal language she is working to revive using mostly digital technology in...
Drone film for reality check of NZ environment
Wednesday 11 December 2019
Geography, sociology, philosophy students and staff will swap lecture theatres for the wilderness this summer to use aerial and underwater drones for a film revealing land use, environmental issues...
History now – ‘Game of Thrones’ to Gate Pā?
Thursday 5 December 2019
The past has become a digital feast and there is no other point in human history when people have had such ready access to it, historian Professor Michael Belgrave says.
Graduation a family affair for mother of five
Monday 25 November 2019
Analena Siu graduates with her Master of Aviation Management this week, and her five children will be there to see her cross the stage.
Pacific artists gather for symposium in Wellington
Friday 22 November 2019
Massey University hosted a gathering of Pacific arts practitioners at the Pacific Heritage Arts Fono in Wellington yesterday.
The meaning of philosophy in perplexing times
Thursday 21 November 2019
To mark World Philosophy Day (November 21) Māori philosopher Dr Krushil Watene is keen to highlight the work of her colleagues and students, who she says are demonstrating the value of...
Politicians need to regain control of local government
Tuesday 19 November 2019
Given the somewhat half-hearted voter turnout figures in this year's local elections, it is time for a review of the local electoral system in New Zealand, say public management academics.
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