May 16, 2022

Tonight, on Police Ten 7

On our third case today, we need your help to find this Mawre teenage hoodlum, he was last seen in the Craccum Office, attempting to be […]
May 16, 2022

Santa Claus is Real and Other Childhood Theories

Out of the mouths of babes comes a lot of bullshit. Once upon a time I was behind Whitney Houston when she prophesied “I believe the […]
May 16, 2022

Lucked Out, Locked in, Lucky G’s

If you know, you know It’s not just another chip-shop but a movement too: sustainable hospitality, community-driven, student-friendly pricing, and food that hits the spot. I […]
November 22, 2021

Craccum Wins Ten Awards at Aotearoa Student Press Awards

Over the weekend, the team at Craccum and Debate Magazine gathered at an unusual rendition of the Aotearoa Student Press Awards: a physically distanced backyard event, […]
November 3, 2021

UoA Mandates Vaccines to Return to Campus

The University of Auckland has announced that students, staff and visitors will need to be fully vaccinated to be on campus, as per the Government’s guideline […]
November 1, 2021

All In The Family

NZ Icon Peter Feeney is bringing his family to his latest project After decades as an actor and teacher, Peter Feeney is taking the helm of […]
October 29, 2021

The Trials and Tribulations of a Student Trapped Overseas

Ever since I started Uni, I knew I wanted to study overseas at some stage. Doing a Global Studies degree, it only seemed natural to fulfil […]
October 23, 2021

New Campaign Supports Students Affected by Precarious Academic Work

Does your tutor look permanently stressed? Are they losing their hair, or snapping at you every time you forget to use an Oxford comma? Or are […]
October 11, 2021

The “Tumblr-Porn Gap”

Students reflect on their experiences with Tumblr Porn, and how it helped them discover their emerging sexuality. It’s 2015. You’re absentmindedly scrolling on Tumblr, and reblogging […]

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May 16, 2022
Moon Knight
Timing its release with Ramadan, Marvel’s latest TV series Moon Knight goes down a different route from its usual material. The show starts us fresh with […]
May 16, 2022
Dancing with the Stars NZ
If you also consciously avoid David Seymour, you might have tuned out of Dancing with the Stars NZ since his ‘performance’ of Snoop Dog’s ‘Sweat’. But […]
May 16, 2022
Artists on Artists | Studio One Toi Tū
Upon stepping into Artists on Artists, there’s immediate excitement to be found in the wide range of aesthetic styles and techniques on display. In this group […]
May 10, 2022
Ka mate ā Ururoa—The Shark of War
Dir. Trevor Conn With ANZAC day passing, many New Zealanders remember those who sacrificed their lives in battle for their mokopuna. Harding Waipuke Leaf’s story is one […]
May 10, 2022
Meat Lovers by Rebecca Hawkes
Never has a book of poetry made my stomach swirl so consistently. Meat Lovers delights in creating other-wordly imagery, pulling sweet and sour together to inspire […]