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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: A breakdown of daily life – but an opportunity because of that
Thursday 16 April 2020
By its very nature, routine behaviour involves little conscious thought. That's why frequently we're neither aware of the habits we have, nor those we lack. But there's an antidote: discontinuity,...
Opinion: Kai and COVID-19
Thursday 9 April 2020
Access to healthy Food is an issue that may hit Māori whānau hard during the COVID-19 crisis. Māori need Māori solutions at times like this and he has some suggestions, says Dr...
The PM’s pandemic response: A masterclass in crisis leadership
Monday 6 April 2020
Leadership researcher Dr Suze Wilson explains why the MP's Covid-19 response has been a masterclass in crisis communication and leadership.
Innovative virtual exchange enriches student experience
Wednesday 1 April 2020
Massey student Jessica Dibben is used to studying online- she has already completed a Bachelor of Business Studies by distance learning. But when it comes to her Comparative Security Issues course...
Opinion: Lives bordered by COVID-19
Tuesday 31 March 2020
Borders have effects, including restriction and judgements about who 'deserves' to be tested and treated. As we sit out the next few weeks or months, have regard to the effects of the Covid-19...
Community newspapers vital in COVID-19 crisis
Monday 30 March 2020
The Government's blanket ban on community newspapers during the lockdown is shortsighted, according to Crisis Communication Senior Lecturer Dr Catherine Strong.
Opinion: History's pandemics lost on young
Friday 20 March 2020
Most young people don't study history at school and so they don't understand that pandemics have occurred down the ages. COVID-19 has taken them by surprise, says lecturer Dr John Moremon.
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.
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