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Get set for Massey Wellington graduation ceremonies
More than 680 graduates of Massey University will cross the stage of the Michael Fowler Centre on Thursday to have their degrees conferred in two...
Soul singer to lead graduation entertainment
A university graduation ceremony isn't the usual gig for renowned soulful singer Louis Baker, but the Wellington man says he feels privileged to...
Hats off to Massey LUX volunteers
There's no question that the hat fits when it comes to Massey University's connection to the LUX Light Festival.
Brothers to light up LUX with joint installation
Brothers Joshua, 23, and Sam Lewis, 21, are determined to make their contribution to the LUX Light Festival a family collaboration.
LUX intern now designing in his own light
Night blindness never stopped Tony Black from pursuing lighting as a full-time profession. Now the lighting designer is enjoying this year's LUX...
Festival and awards for Massey’s creative writers
Four creative writers connected with Massey's School of English and Media Studies are shining bright in the Auckland Writers Festival and Ockham New...
Poetry doctor explores human side of medicine
The death of a parent was the spark for creative writing tutor and award-winning poet Dr Johanna Emeney's newest collection, which illuminates the...
Massey’s movie man launches NZ classic film series
New Zealand cinema is established enough to merit a series of books each dedicated to a movie deemed a local classic, and Massey University cinema...
Staff and students to illuminate LUX Light Festival
It's exactly a month till Wellington's waterfront and laneways become illuminated as part of the LUX Light Festival from May 12 to 21.
Create1world empowering youth artists and activists
With so many humanitarian, economic, military and ecological crises facing the world it can get depressing, especially if you are a young person with...
Rare glimpse of West Papua in new novel
Reading books perched in tropical treetops is just one recollection from Bonnie Etherington's extraordinary and unusual childhood growing up in a...
Refugee play wins international award
A play about the global refugee crisis penned by Massey University theatre lecturer and playwright Associate Professor Angie Farrow has won second...
Abundance of young voices in latest Poetry NZ
Young poets are out in force alongside established scribes in the latest Poetry New Zealand Yearbook, the 67th issue since 1951, and published for...
Online tool designed for public say on data use
Toi Āria Design for Public Good, based at Massey University's Wellington campus, has teamed up with a Government taskforce to gather New...
Dead cat film nabs 38th award
A short film tracing the worldly travels of a taxidermied cat has won its 38th award for screenwriter and School of English and Media Studies tutor...

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