Hey Massive readers! I'm Bethany, your friendly local news reporter on the Manawatū campus. I'm in my final year of a Bachelor of Arts in English and journalism. When I'm not writing news I'm usually reading it, otherwise you can find me drinking coffee, napping or op-shopping. If you're itching to be interviewed or have an idea for an issue you can email me or pop up to my office in the Massey University Students' Association building next to Radio Control. Email email@example.com
Don Brash says he is "dumbfounded" by a decision to cancel an event which featured him as a guest speaker.
The politics club that organised an event set to feature guest speaker Don Brash on Massey's Manawatu campus say "banning Brash from the campus is unfair".
Students who might find themselves struggling to afford lunch can now benefit from loose change available through a Pay It Forward venture on the Massey Manawatu campus.
Current Welfare Officer Ngahuia Kirton is set to step into the role of Massey University Students’ Association (MUSA) President.
Current Massey University Students’ Association (MUSA) President Ben Schmidt is resigning from his role.
After months of construction on the ground floor level of Massey Manawatu’s Social Sciences Tower, students are finally feeling the benefits.
Results from a recently released survey on Massey students’ use of Horizons buses show that students are concerned about a lack of late bus services.
Stress Free Study Week was a success, with furry friends taking over the campus for the Doggie De-Stress event, and the Big Breakfast feeding over 500 students.
Massey University Students' Association (MUSA) is backing the charge to fight back against market rents being put on social housing in Palmerston North.
Five students tasked with taking an environmental action for a course project are petitioning for more water fountains to be installed on campus.
Around fifty people turned up to a public debate on Maori wards at Massey earlier this month in the MUSA lounge.
Students are calling for an easier way to submit feedback about food and beverages served on the Manawatu campus.
Students at more than 200 flats across Palmerston North are the lucky recipients of a new care package.
Students across the country are having second thoughts about postgraduate study due to a lack of financial support available to them.
A Massey Manawatū student is raising money for a bike that will help her walk again.
This year has seen an influx of new members to Massey’s football club, which includes both women’s and men’s teams.
Massey’s Yoshinkan Aikido club, which is one of only a few in New Zealand, is looking for new members to take up the rare practice.
The pouring rain didn’t keep eager poetry lovers from attending the World Poetry Day event at Massey’s Manawatū campus last month.