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May 16, 2022

Declaration: A Pacific Feminist Agenda

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki brings new breadth to pacific feminism. Declaration: A Pacific Feminist Agenda brings together 12 artists from across the Pacific who […]
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 9, 2022

Maramataka for Dummies

The hidden lessons of Matariki and Maramataka: our ancestors knew what was up With the approaching month of June, we look forward to celebrating Matariki, the […]
May 9, 2022

Black Cats Are Not the Same As Taniwha

You call them Myths, we call them Legends Superstition is a concept many of us are aware of, but is often misunderstood. Many define it as […]
May 9, 2022

Ngā Tauira Māori Open Campus with Waiata

Waiata greeted students as they returned to campus for the first time since 2021. Ngā Tauira Māori performed in the Quad as new students finally roamed the […]
May 2, 2022

The Need for Indigenous Climate Action: A kaitiakitanga Guided Future

“Learn our histories, listen to our stories, honour our knowledge, and get in line or get out of the way”—India Logan-Riley April 22nd marked the 52nd […]
April 11, 2022

Home is Where Te Manawa is—Indigenous Students and Homesickness

We could go anywhere, even paradise, and we’d still miss home Every year, thousands of first-years make the pilgrimage to their respective universities in search of […]
April 11, 2022

Is it safe for students to return to campus?

It’s 2022 and COVID is still a thing. By a comparative measure, New Zealand has passed its COVID-19 test better than most. But with the government’s […]