Kia ora everyone! I'm Jamie-Lee Bracken, the Wellington reporter for Massive this year. I'm in my third year doing a Bachelor of Communications, majoring in journalism. I love writing about what goes on in our little community and shedding light on bigger issues that effect us. Outside of the magazine, I love the Planet of the Apes and the Netflix series Vikings (I am seriously obsessed) a good cup of tea, a nice walk and being with my lovely family and friends.
Every year our campus has a chance to do our bit and help those in need by donating blood.
Massey Wellington students are enjoying discounted fares on all bus services but are unhappy with changes to timetables.
Issues surrounding the weather seals on the newly built marae on Massey’s Wellington campus have stalled the opening of the building once again.
Nursing hangovers and family disruption are some of the hilarious anecdotes that CoCA lecturer, Bryce Galloway, illustrates in his latest comic.
An upcoming short film showcasing New Zealand’s landscape will be written and co-produced by one of Massey’s own.
A new buddy system will help international students make friends and forge strong relationships on the Massey Wellington campus.
A new app which aims to lower the risk of disease in the Maori and Pasifika communities will be trialed on the Massey Wellington campus.
Students have an exciting opportunity to let their creative juices flow in an upcoming love your campus event.
A group of Massey students have made a powerful documentary to rid the stigma that exists around homelessness.
It’s been a busy few months for Massey's elite athletes competing in the annual University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand (UTSNZ) National Championship.
One of Massey Wellington’s own is trading in his notepad and pencils for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.