Tag: 04 – Science

Nothin’ But Net: What Makes A Leader

Nothin’ But Net: What Makes A Leader

by / 26/03/12 / No Comments

Allow me to start with a confession: I once surfed an American sports site. It featured an article about football or rugby or something, and what I recall was how odd they thought it was that the said sport had captains: “a very English thing,” they said. To show my disagreement, I feel this is a [...]

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Recipe: Roast Beef With Potatoes & Yorkshire Puddings

Recipe: Roast Beef With Potatoes & Yorkshire Puddings

by / 26/03/12 / No Comments

Well, it seems as if autumn’s already begun to stake its claim on Wellington (did summer even arrive? I must have missed it). While your course-related costs haven’t quite run out and your flatmates are all still talking to each other, why not get together and have a good home-style roast with all the trimmings? [...]

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Roxy Heart & Prudence Lovelock

Roxy Heart & Prudence Lovelock

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After getting out of a bad relationship last year I recently found a new boyfriend. He’s really great to me; takes me out to lovely dinners and I feel like he really understands me, not the normal bullshit you get from boys. He’s also an athlete which gives him a smokin’ hot body. There’s one serious problem though: [...]

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Science: What’s It Up To?

Science: What’s It Up To?

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the Placebo Effect – WTF Scientists are generally pretty good at explaining the world around us by way of logic and evidence–that is, after all, their job. Nonetheless, there is some shit out there that is still very puzzling. I know you’re probably thinking, “oh yeah like buzzy physics and multiple dimensions and time travel and that.” [...]

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Interview with Shannon Tubman

Interview with Shannon Tubman

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Gryphon theatre is beginning its 2012 season with Vivienne Plumb’s The Wife Who Spoke Japanese in her Sleep, adapted by the author from her short story. At the helm is first-time director (and some-time producer) Shannon Tubman, whose intention is simple: “For me, the main goal is to see if I could entertain people, and [...]

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Bent

Bent

by / 26/03/12 / No Comments

I believe the concept of “community” is vital to those of us who lie somewhere along the queer*/ rainbow spectrum. It’s a catalyst for both social and political change. It allows us to share in life’s rich journey of discovery and exploration by meeting friends, family and lovers, and serves as the first step on [...]

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Student Health – Physiotherapy Mythbusters: Myths About the Human Body

Student Health – Physiotherapy Mythbusters: Myths About the Human Body

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MYTH: CRACKING KNUCKLES CAUSES ARTHRITIS. Is the person sitting next to you in lectures making that annoying cracking sound with their knuckles? Have you told them they will get arthritis, just to shut them up? Fear not knuckle crackers, for there is no empirical proof of a link between this habit and arthritis. The audible noise [...]

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C.R.E.A.M. – Smoking In The Queer Community

C.R.E.A.M. – Smoking In The Queer Community

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According to a study done in 2003 by the University of California, yes. It found that in California openly gay men and women were 70 per cent more likely to smoke than people who were not openly gay. Recently this has been backed up by evidence from the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. The [...]

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Partisan Hacks – Science

Partisan Hacks – Science

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Salient asked: “Is New Zealand doing enough to combat climate change?” The Hacks respond… Vic Labour – Reed Flemming The National government has failed at keeping New Zealand on a path toward reaching reductions in emissions by diluting the Emissions Trading Scheme set up by Labour. National clearly has no interest in reducing emissions in [...]

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