Chanel Miller - know her name, and never forget it
- Sep 11, 2019
Chanel Miller, for years after the Stanford...Read More
Whether you love them or not, it’s safe to say that nearly everyone has heard of BTS.
I wasn’t taught about the history of our country in the way that I should have been.
“I want my legs as sharp as dogs’ teeth / wild dogs / wild Samoan dogs / the mangy kind that bite...Read More
I was first cast out when I told my fellow students in primary school that my family sometimes ate...Read More
With things like social media and online petitions helping to engage people in politics, more people than...Read More
Shortland Street , like most soap operas, has had its share of frustrating characters...Read More
An arts or humanities degree has been the butt of so many jokes in wider media and...Read More
When I watched the piece that won Ngā Hine Pūkōrero the Word - The Front Line competition (see attached video) I felt simultaneously hollowed out...Read More
I used to be one of them.
Even though I would never say a word against a teen mother to...Read More
Techweek New Zealand is an annual event to celebrate the advancements within our...Read More
People from just about everywhere have come to call New Zealand home. Adjusting to their new...Read More
As the time for university and scholarship applications draws near, my peers are voicing...Read More
The days following the Notre Dame cathedral fire were fraught with grief and shock as the world...Read More
The Madonna-whore dichotomy is the epitome of compartmentalisation. It describes the perception of...Read More
Tall poppy syndrome has been a part of New Zealand culture for nearly as long as we’ve been a country...Read More
If you’re reasonably in touch with the world, you may have noticed the rising sensation of KPOP, the rampant...Read More
As the conversation around sexual assault gains worldwide traction, I’ve discovered a disturbing...Read More
According to my mum, I’m a spitfire.
She didn’t use that exact word – being a native Mandarin speaker – but I remember, somewhere in my...Read More