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Last week, Duncan and Cam sat down with a couple of young kings of the Wellington food scene. The Bresolin brothers, Leonardo and Lorenzo, are the owners of Scopa, Duke Carvell’s, Tommy Millions, Crazy Horse Steak House and Gentlemen’s Beans Coffee.
Salient reporter Philip McSweeney checked out some of the places who offer kai around Kelburn Campus. Here are the results.
Wilson Cain is a 21-year-old Wellingtonian who runs Whitecaps along with his brother Jo, and soon with the help of Rhys Stannard.
There’s a man who sits in the Beehive and decides how universities should work in New Zealand. His name is Steven Joyce. Salient went to the seventh floor of the Beehive to get to know the man.
This year, Vic got a new Vice-Chancellor. Most of the students we spoke to have no idea who he is, but Grant thinks that might be a good thing. He’s the man who leads the University. Salient went to his office in the Hunter Building to catch up and touch base.
The Green Party is promising students free use of public transport at off-peak times in the lead-up to the election.
Should we pull the trigger on controversial course content?