July 15, 2018

Editorial: Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

With Guest Editors Samantha Gianotti, Caitlin Abley and Mark Fullerton Last week, AUSA emailed us and asked if we could fill in as editors for the […]
July 15, 2018

News: Are You Eating Trash?

Mark Fullerton offers a guide to food grades around the city Thousands of eateries around Auckland have been left without a food rating after a bureaucratic […]
July 15, 2018

News: QuickChat! – Billionaires Behaving Badly

I hear some very rich men are saying some very silly things. What’s that about? Too right. Gareth Morgan and Elon Musk both lost themselves plenty […]
July 15, 2018

News: New Zealand, Gay Conversion Therapy, and the Case for a Ban

In early July of this year, the British government made headlines around the world with a new plan to ban gay conversion therapy. The plan, part […]
July 15, 2018

News: Sexual Violence Prevention Programme Derailed

An ACC-backed campaign to end sexual violence on campus has been derailed after allegations that a top-level staff member at the New Zealand Union of Students […]
July 15, 2018

Community: My Gift of Life

I watch anxiously as my blood fills the empty pipes leading back to the machine; entering the filter, it begins to be cleaned. This is my […]
July 15, 2018

Feature: Staying at Tamara’s – Lessons on Love from George Ezra and Me

So, I’m not sure how I’ve stumbled upon this, but I’m writing this piece about love. Which is rather unfortunate for you, since it’s the literary […]
July 15, 2018

Feature: Persisting Under Pressure

Rebecca Stubbing offers some words of wisdom to start off your second semester I am about to finish my last semester at uni. I have been […]
July 15, 2018

Web Series Review: Dislawderly – Season 2

Written by law student Georgia Rippin and produced by Girls Don’t Sleep Productions, Dislawderly follows the misadventures of Audrey, a quirky Wellington native stumbling through Auckland […]
July 15, 2018

Science: Tomorrow’s Medicine

Nandita Bhatnagar discusses the rapid growth of Healthcare Technology, and the place it holds in the future of the worlds of medicine and healthcare. Until a […]
July 15, 2018

Album Review: Lush, Snail Mail

Heralded by Lindsey Jordan, Snail Mail have made an impressive debut with the release of Lush. Launching into “Pristine”, we are introduced to Jordan’s carefree yet […]
July 15, 2018

Album Review: Good Things, Leon Bridges

Strange question, but have you ever wondered how coffee would sound like if it were a song? I’ll let you in on a little secret; give […]
July 15, 2018

Arts Spotlight: Let’s Get Festive

Samantha Gianotti offers a handful of picks from this year’s NZIFF schedule This year marks the fiftieth year of the New Zealand International Film Festival, with […]
July 15, 2018

Eccentric Life Advice #13 – How to Sew a Button

If there is a single phrase that characterises the tragic omission of basic life skills from mainstream education, it is, “I can’t even sew a button.” […]
July 15, 2018

Hollywoo: TINA! Bring me the axe!

My boyfriend is . . . not exactly the most pop-culture savvy person out there. He’s an engineering student so I mean, I knew what I […]
June 6, 2018

Prune Juice: “Here are my tits, omg I’m so 19 ahahah.”

I woke up on Sunday morning, squished into a begrudging big spoon position. I crashed my friend’s single bed after celebrating her 19’th birthday. Like the […]
June 6, 2018

Road to #Fitspo: Amateur Hour

Considering last week’s horror start, it felt only right to really give my #fitspo journey a more considered effort this week. Come Sunday night, I readied […]
June 6, 2018

Eccentric Life Advice #3: How to Make a Refusal

I am aware that there is pressure in this culture to let somebody down easily. I think this is a dangerous practice. A refusal is not […]
June 6, 2018

Hollywood: Queer Eye for the Septuagenarian Eye

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy was a show in 2003 that occupied a funny little time in pop culture: LGBT visibility and eventual acceptance was […]
June 6, 2018

Science: The Return of the Space Age

Muizz Shah walks us through the significant dates and people behind the great Space Race. Through the course of human history, several eras have lasted which […]