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September 30, 2019

CW: Mental Illness, Suicide   Before I get into anything, I would like to apologise. A few weeks ago, I published an article that depicted sex work in the wrong light. The language used wasn’t flattering, and on an overall level, it wasn’t a good article. It was rushed, and I’d like to personally apologise […]

September 15, 2019

An issue on the status quo. We wanted to focus on the idea that the current state of things are to be maintained. What has been, will always be. Default is much the same. The grey, the emotionless smile, the pre-existing Player 1 logic.   Usually, these editorials throw shots at Massey or Critic, but […]

September 2, 2019

Last week, it was a late night so after work some of the crew went to Lulu. If you don’t know where Lulu is, don’t come because there’s already a line outside on Saturdays and I’m not tryna wait any longer to get inside.   It was my round, so I went to the bar […]

August 5, 2019

“We sweat and cry salt water so that we know the ocean is really in our blood.” – Teresia Teaiwa.    We dedicate this issue to our fiery canoe, the late Dr Teresia Teaiwa.    A champion for our peoples.    Wan Solwara—the name of this edition is pidgin for ‘one salt water’, meaning one […]

July 9, 2019

You’re now in the hardest part of this Victorian holiday. Part Two. Part One had us feeling lost after orientation. Understanding what the hustle is, followed by choosing between sex and study.    Now here’s the second part of this nightmare. Your favourite café is the only place you can’t see your breath. If you […]

April 9, 2019

Sometimes life seems like one compromise after another, especially when it comes to efforts around conservation.   For instance: Every weekend, Grant Guilford flies to plant and care for native trees in his tracts of bush in Waikato and Nelson Lakes. The paradox is that in doing so, he’s contributing to air pollution.   Grant’s […]

March 4, 2019

Now that we’re done with O-Week, we can get into the nitty gritty of university: 11 a.m. sleep-ins, awkward tutorial icebreakers, and the university putting raw chicken on your plate. “It’s fine.” As we mentioned last week, university is the perfect place for you to question the surroundings in which you are educated. If lecturers […]

February 25, 2019

Whether this is your first time at university or your fifth, we want you to remember that Salient is here for you, regardless of where you come from. Living and breathing in a university is its own journey. You’ll walk alongside the local activists, the shy internet guys, the athletic Instagram models, and the, “I […]

October 15, 2018

It’s my last editorial for Salient ever. Crazy huh, it’s already been a year. Someone told me once that you experience time as a proportion of the number of years you have lived, and even though I have absolutely nothing to back it up with I’m gonna keep repeating this statement to everyone I know […]

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