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March 1, 2022

What it’s Like Living in Halls in 2022

The semester has officially started, however, you won’t catch hall residents running to an 8am lecture in their PJs. And it’s not because they’re hungover, but […]
September 27, 2021

How do Students Feel About UoA Ruling out a Universal Grade Bump?

Last week, Craccum reported that the University of Auckland rejected several of AUSA’s requests for student support during this lockdown period, including a universal grade bump […]
August 9, 2021

Students Thoughts on the Future of In-Person Learning

After a year of Zoom University, the University of Auckland has returned mainly to in-person classes. However, some students have noticed that less of their peers […]
July 19, 2021

Auckland Students Evaluate the Online Exam Cheating Scandal

Recently, several media outlets reported allegations of widespread cheating during UoA’s online exams. Anonymous student sources accused other students of messaging and collaborating during their exams. […]
May 24, 2021

How did Auckland Students Find Recruitment Season?

In their final year of study, many students find themselves having to grapple with one of the most stressful hurdles of their time at university: graduate […]
April 27, 2021

Whakarongo Mai! Students’ Thoughts on Addressing Bullying, Harrassment and Discrimination

If you are in need of support, the University of Auckland has a number of services available which you can find more information about on their […]
March 22, 2021

Whakarongo Mai! What do Auckland students think about wearing masks on campus?

Now that students have returned to campus, masks have become more commonplace in crowded places such as large lecture theaters. The Government’s official stance on face […]
March 15, 2021

Whakarongo Mai! How did Auckland students find the most recent lockdown?

It goes without saying that we were expecting a different start to the 2021 university year. But alas, the entire student body returned to (or were […]