Author — Asher Emanuel

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15/10/12

Eight months ago, we set out to make a magazine which reflected and challenged student opinion in all its diverse forms.

08/10/12

A list of things for which I would sacrifice various parts of my own body.

01/10/12

From newly-minted electorate MP to the highest-ranked female member of Cabinet, firmly lodged on the front bench in a matter of ten years, Judith Collins is in the ascendant.

06/08/12

How New Zealand’s most radical and reviled finance minister made peace with the past.

21/05/12

In the summer of 1953, when Francis Crick stumbled through the front door of his home announcing to his dear wife that he had uncovered the double-helix structure of DNA, he brought about the single greatest leap in the field of genetics in history. At the time of this epiphany, he was tripping on LSD.

07/05/12

Our names are Ollie Neas and Asher Emanuel. We are privileged.

23/04/12

“Dear Sir, The recent council spending on the flash new public lavatories is quite frankly a god awful waste of hardworking ratepayers’ money. Firstly, the lack of nearby parking is a total bother to mature residents such as myself. This is not to mention the completely unnecessary construction of a ramp device next to…” This. This, [...]

19/03/12

Surely you’ve seen Star Wars. In the first film, Darth Vader is the epitome of evil. Always the fashionista, shrouded in a metallic black suit, cape and helmet, the Dark Lord roams the Galactic Empire, crushing rebel and jedi alike in their campaign to return peace to the galaxy. He’s a really bad man. And the [...]

12/03/12

On 14 November 2011, the University approached VUWSA with a proposed contract for Orientation 2012. It would be another three months before it was signed and O Week could finally be organised.