We’ve interviewed each of the four candidates vying to be VUWSA President for 2017 about why they deserve your vote.
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Going up Laneway 2017, lineup and location. Interesting business podcasts. Barista baes who know your name and order. Tickets for Toast Martinborough going on sale. Gilda from RHOA. Going down Cold snaps. Cool brands with shitty ambassadors. Job interviews. Losing your debit card. We still can’t vote online. Interview with Auckland Mayoral candidate Vic […]
The lineup for the 2017 St Jerome’s Laneway Festival was announced last week with a new venue for the festival, Auckland’s Albert Park. The lineup features emerging local and international talent, as well as some established headline acts like Tame Impala. Salient is excited so we thought we would share some of the acts we […]
This week Salient asked the folk at Vic Books, who have the delight of getting advance copies of new releases, if they would tell us about the books they’ve been reading. Pop into Vic Books Kelburn or Pipitea to reserve or buy a copy of any one of these books. Juliet is reading… The […]
Going up – The amount of VUWSA election Facebook invites. – UniQ’s Day of Silence. – Narcos, season two. – Eminem vs. the National Party—May 2017. – The library bar now including Rosebud cocktails in the 2-for-1 Wednesday deal. Going down – Realising the “week six slump” is a whole trimester slump. – Ingrown […]
Going Up Lisa’s Feta + Baby Spinach with Black Pepper dip. It’s a revelation. The price of Karori Campus—$10 in 2014, $20mil in 2016. National treasure Eliza McCartney. The DCM Book Fair. Blonde by Frank Ocean. Going Down Seeing your ex on Tinder. Minister for the Environment / cow apologist Nick Smith. The Real […]