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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Honouring Holocaust victims this Holocaust Remembrance Day

Honouring Holocaust victims this Holocaust Remembrance Day

The theme chosen by the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand for the 2022 United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day is 'Resistance', a timely reminder in the face of growing antisemitic discourses and behaviours in many places in the world.

Speakers wow at NonfictioNOW

Speakers wow at NonfictioNOW

Last month, Massey hosted the virtual NonfictioNOW 2021 conference - the world's leading gathering in the field of nonfiction creative writing.

Massey graduate leads design of new Ducati Streetfighter V2

Massey graduate leads design of new Ducati Streetfighter V2

Being hand-picked to lead the design of a new Ducati motorcycle was a bit of a pinch-me moment for Massey alumni Sam McCafferty.

Weaving an environment for a better future

Weaving an environment for a better future

Master of Clinical Practice (Nursing) student Wayne SHUM KUEN IP wants to give back. The father of four returned to study to become a registered nurse at the age of 44, after seeing a cultural gap in the healthcare sector, fueling his passion for giving back to his own culture.

The mental pressure faced by professional athletes
Thursday 2 September 2021
With our Kiwi Paralympians now on the world stage and a record medal haul at the Olympics for the New Zealand team, the mental challenges and pressures facing athletes in the current COVID-19 world...
Opinion: The challenges of coping with eating disorders in lockdown
Monday 30 August 2021
Change can be hard for everyone; for a lot of people with eating disorders, change can feel catastrophic.
Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims clocks 50 years
Friday 27 August 2021
Seven offices, six vice-chancellors, five grandkids, four sabbaticals, three kids, two houses and one wife. That's what the past 50 years has brought for Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims, all while...
Swimming talent Zac Reid reflects on Tokyo
Wednesday 25 August 2021
Returning home to a nation-wide lockdown less than 24 hours after leaving mandatory managed isolation, Olympic swimmer and student Zac Reid will have to wait a little longer to celebrate his Tokyo...
Discovery of plaque stirs up field trip memories
Monday 23 August 2021
A 20-year-old plaque from a Massey University field trip to Australia's Simpson Desert has been discovered by a woman travelling the Northern Territory outback.
“I just love competing” - Maddi Wesche
Thursday 19 August 2021
Bachelor of Arts student Maddi Wesche has just returned home from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. We caught up with her during her stay in MIQ, to hear all about her experiences in Tokyo.
Opinion: The uncertain future of Afghanistan
Wednesday 18 August 2021
The events unfolding in Afghanistan, with the Taliban taking control of Kabul, signal a humanitarian and political tragedy in the making, says Dr Negar Partow.
A fiesta to celebrate Spanish @ Massey
Tuesday 10 August 2021
Music, stories, Spanish and South American wine, and Argentinian empanadas will be part of a fiesta to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Massey University's Spanish Programme this Friday.
Are there any weak links in New Zealand’s food chain?
Wednesday 4 August 2021
For the final episode of this season of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take, we discuss the function, the friction and the potential futures of our food supply systems.
What makes NZ tick? – a sociologist’s 40-year journey
Monday 2 August 2021
How racist are we? What's driving changes to the way we work, live and have families? What does it mean to grow old these days? - all issues that sociologist Paul Spoonley has studied, taught,...
Massey student lands first internship with global helicopter company
Thursday 29 July 2021
A Massey University student's career is off to a flying start as the first intern to be awarded a placement with global helicopter company, PHI International.
Auckland Fale blessed and Pasifika students welcomed
Thursday 22 July 2021
Events to welcome Pasifika students on to campus for semester two were held on all three campuses this week, and the new Fale on the Auckland campus was officially opened.
The Olympics: When athletes were men, nude and Greek
Wednesday 21 July 2021
The Olympic Games have a rich history: The inclusiveness of Tokyo will be a world away from their origins in Ancient Greece where men from only the city states of Greece competed nude after prayers...
Fair Food rescues food from NZ Food Awards judging week
Thursday 15 July 2021
Fair Food Charitable Trust is excited to announce it's partnering with the New Zealand Food Awards this year, to salvage the surplus food following judging.
A celebration of Brazilian film and music
Thursday 15 July 2021
A celebration of the richness and diversity of Brazilian music and cinema will be the focus of a Brazilian Film Festival, co-organised by the Embassy of Brazil and the Diploma in Arts (Portugese)...
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