Archive for April, 2007

30/04/07

At a recent Aoteroa Student Press Association (ASPA) conference of student media types like myself, other writers expressed their jealousy of the endless abundance of material the VUWSA exec provides for Eye On Exec. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

30/04/07

If you’re reading this, you have two things going for you: 1. You’ve hopefully learnt to read; 2. You’re probably enrolled at University. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

30/04/07

“Preach not to others what they should eat, but eat as becomes you, and be silent” -Epictetus (55 AD – 135 AD) The cultural value of food, is a powerful one, with a rising number of television cooking shows, complimentary books, DVDs and cooking products served up to us in generous portions. Currently, on free [...]

30/04/07

Valencia, the city hosting the 32nd defence of the America’s Cup, is located on the south-eastern coast of Spain. It’s a picturesque city, swimming in the lap of the Mediterranean on one side, and tugging at the threads of a mountain range on the other. It’s also the 3rd largest city in Spain – a [...]

30/04/07

Student idealism: Truth or urban myth? Winston Churchill once said if you’re not a socialist at the age of 20 then you have no heart, but if you’re not a capitalist by the age of 40 then you have no brain. In other words, young adults teem with humanitarian ideals until the realities of adult [...]

30/04/07

Tony B. Anderson was trapped in a dead end call centre job, all his dreams quashed by yet another soul destroying corporate machine. He managed to find an escape, he dreamed and allowed his imagination to run wild. Instead of coming up with ways to increase the percentage of his efficiency and output processes, improve [...]

30/04/07

There’s no such thing as too much sex. Many would already agree with me – sex seems to be the answer for every problem that one may come across. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

30/04/07

May Day, the International Workers’ day, commemorates the struggle for the eight-hour working day. On May 1, 1886, the first May Day, 80,000 workers marched in Chicago as part of a general strike in support of an eight hour workday. Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

30/04/07

William Hedley Toi Poneke Gallery, Wellington Arts Centre 61 Abel Smith Street, to May 12 Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this