The national student magazine of Massey University - is beginning its search for the Editor/s for 2015.
Are these guys getting any work done???? They seem to be at the mountain at every opportunity.
If you haven't skied before, watch out for their up and coming Snow Planet trip aimed at getting you newbies on the slopes.
In the meanwhile, click the photo, to read all about this trip.
The Business Student Group (BSG) runs the GO, Innovate competition every year. GO Innovate is a competition which aims to find the best entrepreneurial students with innovative ideas. These innovative ideas or products fill a genuine gap or opportunity and allows students to unleash the entrepreneur from within. Contestants submitted their innovative ideas in a report and then defended their ideas in an in-depth presentation. From this three finalists idea were chosen; Juergen Kolb, Ryan Stillwill and the team of Sam Kerse and Aden Cooper.
Rotorua Brass Monkey 2014 was a two day Ultimate Frisbee tournament comprising of a 1 day indoor tournament and on the second day an outdoor Hat tournament.The indoor tournament was a great social event, where the Massey Albany team really out performed themselves, although we were left without a victory. There were many comments throughout the day about how we were coming together as a team and beginning to show some real talent. With particular standout Andrew Drain being awarded player of the tournament.
From the 19th to the 21st of March, the Massey University Theatre Society (MUTS) held performances of the two winning plays from last year's Bitsas competition. The ASA staff went along on opening night to check it out...
"Between the Cracks", written by Kate Davis, was a gritty tale about the friendship between a young Auckland sex-worker and a woman carrying out her community service. "Lines of Literature", written by Georgina Forrester, was a more introspective look at a book club where the women instead drink heavily and regret their own life choices, wishing they were the characters in the books.
Both plays were really well written and acted and it was obvious a lot of time was spent on sound/lighting/wardrobe too. The settings of the two plays were very different, but they worked well as a double-bill and actually shared a lot in terms of themes - regret, dreams, reality vs image etc
We would highly recommend attending future events organised by MUTS and you can read their report of the evening here.