One staff member, who chose to remain anonymous, refuted Ballantyne’s claims, saying management of change “is just redundancy.”
Going Up MAALA’s new album—10/10, would recommend. Buying a Little Dough Co. doughnut every Friday from Vic Books. The Boy With Tape on His Face. Hype for the new Frank Ocean album. Tfw you clean your Stans. So fresh. Going Down The reviews for Suicide Squad. Receiving scary phone calls. David Bain’s sweater budget—now […]
VUW Foundation Studies staff are still trying to keep their jobs, despite the university finding a new provider to teach the course. According to statements published on the Tertiary Education Union’s (TEU) website, the department’s staff members cannot foresee success in this strategy, and instead urge the university to “expand the department instead of extraditing […]
An incident where a profoundly deaf University of Auckland student was left alone in a building on campus during a routine fire drill is calling into question the university’s emergency evacuation procedures. Last Monday, Dean Buckley had been studying on campus when the alarm sounded and, unaware of the situation due to his disability, remained […]
A month’s supply of sanitary products can cost between $5 and $15, depending on the brand, type, and amount used.
Vinyl bar has been criticized for ignoring claims of sexual harassment made by female patrons.
New legislation has seen a proliferation of ‘no smoking’ signs appear in outdoor areas of Wellington eateries and bars, negatively impacting a number of local businesses. Popular haunts Rogue and Vagabond, Fidel’s, and Havana Bar are just a few of approximately 60 businesses who have had their outdoor areas reviewed under the Smoke-free Environment Act. […]
Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) has found itself at a crossroads after a fight between President Laura Harris and Vice President Jarred Griffiths. Their divide has caused a wider degeneration throughout the whole of OUSA Executive, with reports of an internal coup by Griffiths and his faction. Harris and Griffiths ran on the same […]
Green Party MP Mojo Mathers hosted an event last week to discuss disability and barriers to employment. The event was hosted by Victoria University Disability Services and the student run disability advocacy group CanDo, with the help of sign language interpreters and live transcribers. Mathers talked at length of the barriers she had to overcome […]