features.

March 11, 2019

A Comprehensive Review of All the Free Shit We Got from the Clubs Expo

Cameron: “Clubs Expo is a magical place if you want a whole bunch of free things to stick in your drawer and forget about. Shoutout to […]
March 11, 2019

About St. Patrick’s Day

Ah St. Patrick’s Day. The one day of the year where you can acceptably dress up offensively green, don your best fake Irish accent and start […]
March 11, 2019

My Hour With Marama

When Clubs Expo kicks off, we see all the youth factions of our political parties come out of the woodwork. With them comes the party representatives […]
March 4, 2019

The Fresher Bucket List of Things to Do In Auckland

So you’ve decided to study at the University of Auckland. Congratulations. Welcome to the top ranked University in the country for Academics and one of the […]
March 4, 2019

Capital Gains Tax

If you’ve followed the news recently, or had the absolute misfortune of reading a Mike Hosking column in the last several weeks ever, then you would […]
March 4, 2019

Interview with BENE

BENE. You might know her from her infectious single ‘Soaked’. Or you might know her as the opening act for Lily Allen. Or from her 3.35-4.15 […]
September 30, 2018

Feature: Perspectives from the Right

Sean Richards interviewed representatives from the youth wings of the National Party, ACT and the New Conservative Party. Enter a political discussion with anyone in 2018, and […]
September 30, 2018

Feature: Interview with Lexie

Brian Gu interviews a Bachelor of Education student about her experience at UOA. What are you studying this year? I’m doing a Bachelor of Education, specializing […]
September 30, 2018

Feature: The Real Cheap Eats

By Keeara Ofren: city slicker, lover of good food, food poisoning veteran and cheapskate I’m Keeara and writing this article in response to the many notable […]
September 30, 2018

Feature: Interview with Jonathan

In the first article of this series, Brian Gu interviews a Communications student about his experience at UOA What are you studying this year? I’m doing […]
September 10, 2018

Feature: Eating Your Dumpling Child – It Sounds Attractive, But Don’t Do It

Brian Gu cogitates upon the recent and infamous Dumpling short film It’s unfortunate that I begin this article with a negative tone, but I’ve recently been […]
September 10, 2018

Feature: Blooming Chaos

I’ve retreated outside today. Retreated from the storm of papers, pencil shavings and cold, half empty cups of tea that have taken over bedroom/ office/ panic […]
September 9, 2018

Feature: Humans are not lobsters, Jordan!

Feminism and the gender binary, by Laura Cole ‘I just don’t feel the need to transition’ my mum says to me, theatrically waving her hands as […]
September 9, 2018

Feature: The Inside Story on the Worst Humanitarian Crisis this Century

A New Zealand student’s account of a Christmas spent in Venezuela by Jono Burkin A close friend of mine attended the opening night of New Zealand’s […]
August 13, 2018

Feature: How The Pill Changed Everything

Claudia Russell surveys the impact of “the pill” on modern society and women’s rights Named by the Economist as the greatest science and technology innovation of […]