August 8, 2022

Centring People, Not Politics, in the Homelessness Crisis

Discussions of homelessness with the people who are usually asked last Homelessness in Auckland is in an appalling state. Most of us, on our walk to […]
August 8, 2022

Shared Table, Open Mind.

A Jew, Christian, Hindu, Bahá’í, and Muslim walk into a synagogue… what happens next might surprise you “Now more than ever, we need to come together, […]
August 8, 2022

Social Media Marketing with a Side of Competitive Fishing

A Volunteer Services Abroad participant on their experiences in Samoa In 2019, Lauren, a University of Auckland grad, set off on the adventure of a lifetime. […]
August 11, 2022

KA’A | Pati

Pati, previously known as Disciple Pati, plays HAU Festival with her exciting, emotional, and cheeky show KA’A. The hour-long show is packed with a range of […]
July 28, 2022

Student Guide to NZIFF

The Must-See Films at Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival  The Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival has landed on our shores again, and, […]
May 27, 2022

Majority Vote for AUSA to leave NZUSA at Boozy SGM

The University of Auckland Student Association (AUSA) has passed a motion to officially leave the New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations at its 2022 SGM. 64 […]
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 […]

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August 11, 2022
KA’A | Pati
Pati, previously known as Disciple Pati, plays HAU Festival with her exciting, emotional, and cheeky show KA’A. The hour-long show is packed with a range of […]
August 8, 2022
The Bear | Cr. Christopher Storer
If you’re looking to feel anxious, claustrophobic, horny, and wholesome, then The Bear is the show for you. In Hulu’s newest hit, a chef from the […]
August 8, 2022
ScatterGun: After The Death of Rūaumoko
Ana Chaya Scotney’s one-woman play is an Earth-shattering experience Powerful. Fragile. Wistful. Defiant. Ana Chaya Scotney (Tūhoe) is all these things and more in ScatterGun: After […]
August 8, 2022
HAU Festival: HINE-TE-RĒHIA
Basement Theatre kicked off its HAU Festival this past week, A two-week event made up of new original indigenous, Pasifika and LGBTQi+ stories, with its first […]
August 8, 2022
Give Her A Break! She’s Petty & Vile & Ugly | Gabbie De Baron
Before I even walked up to the window my stomach was churned. In front of us library-goers was a cacophony of internal made external. Whether the […]