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Issue 6, 2019

Issue 06 – Environment

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News

  • Dylan Horrocks gets new job

  • Looking at Student Safety in Blind Date Columns

  • Eye on Exec

  • In Brief: Sexual Assault and Rape Went Undisciplined at Knox College

  • The Party Line-What are you doing at VUW to engage students on important environmental issues?

  • Salient defames Michael Laws

  • VUW Student Appealing Fail Grade after Forgetting to go to exam

  • Halls Continue to Serve Sub-Par Food

  • Features

  • Te Aorewa Feature-01

    Grassroots Connections

    A lecturer once said to the students in my course that “you don’t have to be feeling the grass” in order to start caring about the environment. I think what they were implying was that you don’t have to be free-spirited, bush-oriented, or embody the life of a ‘hippie’ in order to start caring about […]

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  • Seas Shepard Interview-01 (1)

    Interview with Sea Sheppard

      Māui, Bottlenose, Hector’s, Dusky: these are some of New Zealand’s nine species of dolphins. In New Zealand, we like to think we’re all clean and green; we set an example for the world to see. But the land of the long white cloud has its share of environmental issues—specifically, with conservation. A 2016 study […]

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  • Cavaan Feature-01

    The Taranaki Question

    On November 8, 2018, the government banned oil exploration in Taranaki, spelling the end for the oil and gas industry in the region as we know it. The writing has been on the wall for a while; our joint love of oil and dairy simply isn’t reconcilable with sustainability and a government that is determined […]

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  • Te Aorewa Feature-01

    Grassroots Connections

    A lecturer once said to the students in my course that “you don’t have to be feeling the grass” in order to start caring about the environment. I think what they were implying was that you don’t have to be free-spirited, bush-oriented, or embody the life of a ‘hippie’ in order to start caring about […]

    by

  • Seas Shepard Interview-01 (1)

    Interview with Sea Sheppard

      Māui, Bottlenose, Hector’s, Dusky: these are some of New Zealand’s nine species of dolphins. In New Zealand, we like to think we’re all clean and green; we set an example for the world to see. But the land of the long white cloud has its share of environmental issues—specifically, with conservation. A 2016 study […]

    by

  • Cavaan Feature-01

    The Taranaki Question

    On November 8, 2018, the government banned oil exploration in Taranaki, spelling the end for the oil and gas industry in the region as we know it. The writing has been on the wall for a while; our joint love of oil and dairy simply isn’t reconcilable with sustainability and a government that is determined […]

    by

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