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Issue 24, 2018

Issue 24, Vol 81: The Last One *mic drop*

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News

  • New Zealand’s First Rainbow Crossing is Here (and Queer)

  • “Stick with Vic” Makes “Insulting” and “Upsetting” Comments

  • Chloe Has a Yarn About Mental Health

  • Tears Fall, and Sea Levels Rise

  • It’s Fall in my Heart

  • Queer Coverage: Local, National, and International LGBTQIA+ News

  • Election Promises VS. Reality

  • Updates on Kylie Jenner’s Baby

  • Water Whirler Destruction Actually Council Funded Performance Art

  • Onzo Rolls Out Bike Share in Wellington

  • 5 News Stories You Missed This Year

  • VUWSA Creates Sustainability Day

  • Work Report System is Pretty Screwed

  • Halls: More Student Come Forward

  • “Wexpo” Mobilizes Protestors

  • Features

  • Ravished by the Living Embodiment of All Our University Woes

    Winner of the Sex in the Hub Erotica Competition It is hard living in these times. From infrastructure to scheduling to dropping lecturers like stones, it is a time of change in the world of Victoria, and I’m not so sure if I like it. I might just be the soul living in the depths […]

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  • Final Review

    Initially I wanted to start off writing about humor. Turns out that’s a lot harder than it looks because there’s really too much to say about it in 1000 words. Also, I’m not an expert in comedy. To be honest, I’m not really much of an expert in anything. I first graduated in 2013 with […]

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  • My First Year at Uni: An African Perspective

    I come from a tiny country called Ghana, situated along the west coast of Africa. Three years ago, I made the life-changing decision to immigrate to New Zealand with my partner. At the time, going back to university was the last thing on my mind. After all, I was armed with a Communications Degree, majoring […]

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  • How Are You Spending Your Uni Break?

    With the school year coming to a close, it’s time to start making some radikool holiday plans with your besties! To find out how you’ll be spending your sexy Summer, take this 100% certified personality quiz by Katie Meadows, who has a 100% certified personality disorder! That’s hot! What’s your perfect date? A. That’s a […]

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  • Ravished by the Living Embodiment of All Our University Woes

    Winner of the Sex in the Hub Erotica Competition It is hard living in these times. From infrastructure to scheduling to dropping lecturers like stones, it is a time of change in the world of Victoria, and I’m not so sure if I like it. I might just be the soul living in the depths […]

    by

  • Final Review

    Initially I wanted to start off writing about humor. Turns out that’s a lot harder than it looks because there’s really too much to say about it in 1000 words. Also, I’m not an expert in comedy. To be honest, I’m not really much of an expert in anything. I first graduated in 2013 with […]

    by

  • My First Year at Uni: An African Perspective

    I come from a tiny country called Ghana, situated along the west coast of Africa. Three years ago, I made the life-changing decision to immigrate to New Zealand with my partner. At the time, going back to university was the last thing on my mind. After all, I was armed with a Communications Degree, majoring […]

    by

  • How Are You Spending Your Uni Break?

    With the school year coming to a close, it’s time to start making some radikool holiday plans with your besties! To find out how you’ll be spending your sexy Summer, take this 100% certified personality quiz by Katie Meadows, who has a 100% certified personality disorder! That’s hot! What’s your perfect date? A. That’s a […]

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  • About the Author ()

    Salient is a magazine. Salient is a website. Salient is an institution founded in 1938 to cater to the whim and fancy of students of Victoria University. We are partly funded by VUWSA and partly by gold bullion that was discovered under a pile of old Salients from the 40's. Salient welcomes your participation in debate on all the issues that we present to you, and if you're a student of Victoria University then you're more than welcome to drop in and have tea and scones with the contributors of this little rag in our little hideaway that overlooks Wellington.

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