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August 21, 2017

August 20, undoubtedly the date of many a person’s birthday. But there is one in particular that often goes unnoticed. One of my favourite authors, H.P. Lovecraft’s birthday is overlooked by most. In fact, many people are unaware of who he even is. To my dismay, at mention of his name I am often met […]

July 31, 2017

CW: Sexual violence and rape   There is this meme that goes: “Don’t ever be ashamed of who you are, unless you are a whore.” My name is Min, I am 23-years old, and I am a whore. Before entering into the “Oldest Profession”, my primary knowledge of the industry came through the lens of […]

June 6, 2017

“What the actual fuck” Do not write about it here, I’m a poet too.   She never loved you, Can’t you see that it was wrong? You are wasted space.   Should not have happened, You tried to take advantage. How dumb can you be?   Continue to bleed, We’ll drag your name through the […]

March 27, 2017

Sitting in Kirk 303 just before our Campus Coaches tour kicked off, a fellow first year sitting next to me asked if I was going to join one of the many clubs here at Vic: a simple question for most, but for me one that produced a lot of anxiety. What I wanted to say […]

July 10, 2016

Ko taku reo taku ohooho, ko taku reo taku mapihi maurea. My language is my awakening, my language is the window to my soul.   Ngā Rangahautira is the Māori Law Students Association at Vic, more commonly know as “NR”. We provide a supportive whānau environment for Tauira Māori studying law at Te Whare Wānanga […]

July 10, 2016

1769 te tau, ka tae tuatahi mai a tauiwi ki tēnei whenua taurikura o tātou. Ko tōna hiahia, ko ngā tini rerehuatanga o Papatuānuku. Āpiti atu ki ngā tapuwae i waihotia mai e rātou i taua wā, ko ngā toki whakairoiro arero, toki tārai whakaaro hoki. Nō taua wā tonu ka rerekē hāere te hanga […]

July 10, 2016

Kia ora koutou katoa i tuku pātai mai ki ahau, ki a Mū Ramura mō ngā ahuatanga o ngā mahi o te pō. Māku o pātai e whakautu, māku o āwangawanga e whakatau! Whai whakaaro mo te whāngai: Nō te Pōhoroi kua pāhure, ka tūtaki maua ko tētahi tama, a Peta, i runga i Tinder. […]

April 10, 2016

Commerce PhD students may have to research in one room that seats 54 people. Instead of having a space that generally sits 12-15 academics in individual offices, the room will have a strong resemblance to that of a call-centre. A search involving “Call Centre” on any rated employment site in New Zealand yields hundreds of […]

October 11, 2015

For too long New Zealand has ignored the fact domestic violence is the most pernicious symptom of a wider social disease: male privilege and its proprietary right over women and children.