whakarongo mai.
May 30, 2022

Are you burnt out?

Burnout is a state of exhaustion in mental, emotional, and physical form, due to stress or being overworked. For students who work and study, burnout is […]
May 23, 2022

Is it Finally Time for That OE?

On 11 May the government announced that the New Zealand border would be fully reopening from 4 July. Craccum asked students their thoughts on leaving New […]
May 16, 2022

Is there really a club for everyone?

Hi there, unsuspecting-first-year-student-trying-to-find-your-Communications-tutorial-that-for-some-reason-is-in-the-Engineering-building. Come join our club! If you sign up now, we’ll give you a t-shirt and some plastic shit. If you’re on campus during […]
May 9, 2022

Will the Student Experience be a Super Spreader?

Last week, students returned to campus after seven weeks of online learning. For some students who started uni this year, this was the first time they […]
May 2, 2022

How do Students Feel About Public Transport Incentives?

At the beginning of April, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced half-price fares on public transport for three months. This policy comes as inflation in Aotearoa reaches […]
April 11, 2022

How Accessible Are UoA’s Mental Health Services?

*Reggie, Master of Psychology “Honestly, I know nothing about the Uni’s mental health services. I would be pretty reluctant to seek mental health support through the […]
April 4, 2022

How do Students Feel About UoA’s Attitude Around Consent?

Following recent reports of sexual violence in Halls of Residence, the University of Auckland has faced criticism for allowing perpetrators to continue their studies. Students have […]
March 28, 2022

How do students feel about the centralisation of Student Services?

Students are being promised a brand-spanking new student services system that is “operationally excellent in both performance and efficiency”. It’s big chat from the Uni, but […]