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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Early settler’s photos reveal a changing landscape

Environmental historian Dr Catherine Knight's new book celebrates the life and work of a 19th century farmer and beekeeper whose photographs captured colonial life in a remote Manawatū valley and the dramatic changes to its landscape.

National Social Workers Day

Associate Professor Kieran O'Donoghue commends social workers on the role they play towards personal and community transformation.

Novel reveals Victorian London through Māori eyes

An OE starting in London is a milestone for many young Kiwis. Award-winning author and creative writing lecturer Dr Tina Makereti's new novel explores the intriguing and remarkable 'overseas experiences' of a young Māori man shipped to London in the 1840s as a living human exhibit.

Studying storytelling through silent comics

An avid childhood reader of Tintin, Asterix, Lucky Luke and Donald Duck, Dr Barbara Postema probably didn't envisage she would one day be paid to read and research comics.

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Early settler’s photos reveal a changing landscapeWednesday 26 September 2018 Environmental historian Dr Catherine Knight's new book celebrates the life and work of a 19th century farmer and beekeeper whose photographs captured colonial life in a remote Manawatū valley... National Social Workers DayMonday 24 September 2018 Associate Professor Kieran O'Donoghue commends social workers on the role they play towards personal and community transformation. Novel reveals Victorian London through Māori eyesThursday 20 September 2018 An OE starting in London is a milestone for many young Kiwis. Award-winning author and creative writing lecturer Dr Tina Makereti's new novel explores the intriguing and remarkable 'overseas... Studying storytelling through silent comics Thursday 13 September 2018 An avid childhood reader of Tintin, Asterix, Lucky Luke and Donald Duck, Dr Barbara Postema probably didn't envisage she would one day be paid to read and research comics. Award winning creation of unbelievable young loveWednesday 12 September 2018 Critically-acclaimed writer and director Makoto Shinkai, brings Your Name, an innovative tale of two total strangers with an impossible connection. Giving Māui a Māori voiceTuesday 11 September 2018 A new children's book re-telling the legend of Māui has just been published in English and Māori - a pleasing event for its Māori translator Dr Darryn Joseph, who says there's a... Book explores sporting history of NZThursday 6 September 2018 Historian Dr Geoff Watson's new book, Sport and the New Zealanders - A History, explores why so many are compelled to play, watch, read and talk about sport and why it is integral to our national... Millennial ‘sex in the city’ TV series for theatre studentFriday 31 August 2018 Millennial 'sex in the city' TV series for theatre student Two socially disconnected millennials form a friendship based on sharing everything, especially men - the premise for a risqué TVNZ On... Massey student succeeds in Chicago PR industryThursday 30 August 2018 While on exchange at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Rose Oakley asked her guest lecturer for an internship - and scored a job at a top Chicago PR firm. From western Iran to WellingtonThursday 30 August 2018 Thirty-three-year-old Ali Heydari fell in love with bacteria early in his Bachelor of Science degree at Bu Ali Sina University. Massey helps MS sufferer master mountains Thursday 30 August 2018 Two years ago, Tracey Hall was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Now, with the help of Massey staff members, Ms Hall is about to tackle her biggest challenge yet - trekking the Inca Trail to Machu... Opinion: Iron deficiency - are you getting enough?Monday 27 August 2018 This World Iron Awareness Week, Dr Claire Badenhorst is calling for Kiwi women to be more proactive about keeping their iron levels above the line. German views on dietary research exploredWednesday 22 August 2018 Nutritional Sciences PhD student Nikki Renall has recently returned from Germany, where she spent six weeks at the Max Rubner-Institut. Opinion: Free speech or 'no platform'? - a classicist’s pleaWednesday 15 August 2018 Classical Studies lecturer Dr Jonathan Tracy is "disturbed by the recent push toward censorship - or, in the current euphemism, "no-platforming" - of dissenting viewpoints, both at Massey and in New... Academy Award winning film finds comedy in deathWednesday 15 August 2018 From director Yojiro Takita comes Departures, an emotive story of a man coming face to face with his own Japanese culture. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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