Vitalogy | Issue 26

Posted 12:00pm Saturday 8th October 2016 by Prof's Wood & Ruddock

This powerful treatment contributes to the removal of disease, and inducing activity of the vessels of the skin. It is recommended in severe colds, pleurisy, rheumatism, diarrhea, dysentery, feverish and inflammatory attacks, etc. The patient is to be in a night-shirt or other clothing, to be Read more...

Sexcellent | Issue 26

Posted 12:03pm Saturday 8th October 2016 by Sexcellent

Seeing as it’s the end of the year, I thought I might impart some sex advice to you all on how to have a good, healthy sex life.  1) Get to know yourself You need to know yourself, what you like and what you don’t like, your turn ons and turn offs. Perhaps you’re really Read more...

ODT Watch | Issue 26

Posted 11:55am Saturday 8th October 2016 by Charlie O’Mannin

After ODT Watch accused the ODT of cult-like ritual summoning last week, public pressure forced the ODT to explain their actions. Their explanation was as weak as their ability to make up titles.   The rooster was our only hope. The crossbows are coming.   A Dunedin Read more...

Love Is Blind | Issue 26

Posted 1:05pm Saturday 8th October 2016 by Lovebirds

Critic’s infamous blind-date column brings you weekly shutdowns, hilariously mis-matched pairs, and the occasional hookup. Each week, we lure two singletons to Dog With Two Tails, ply them with food and alcohol, then wait for their reports to arrive in our inbox. If this svounds Read more...

Matters Of Debate | Issue 26

Posted 11:37am Saturday 8th October 2016 by Otago University Debating Society

The Otago University Debating Society meets every Tuesday at 6pm for social debating—new members are always welcome! Join our Facebook group for more information: facebook.com/groups/otagouniversitydebatingsociety Affirmative, by Dr. Frank-N-Furter The prevalence of Read more...

David Clark | Issue 26

Posted 11:44am Saturday 8th October 2016 by David Clark

This will be my last column for 2016. I thought I’d grab the chance to say thank you for your support this year, and to wish you good luck for the long lean summer months without Critic. Many of you will be working hard over the summer to save enough to survive another year at New Read more...

Dear Ethel | Issue 26

Posted 11:57am Saturday 8th October 2016 by Student Support

Dear Ethel, My mum’s really sick and I may have to drop everything to go home any day. Dad’s not working at the moment and I don’t want to ask him for money because everything is going towards mum’s medical bills. Is there anywhere I can get some financial help? Also, what Read more...

Dear Ethel | Issue 24

Posted 11:45am Saturday 24th September 2016 by Student Support

Dear Ethel, I am super stressed out. What if I fail my exams? I haven’t done so well this year so I seriously have to pass everything. Can’t eat, can’t sleep… what can I do? Pass or pass out   Breathe! You have time and if you take it steady, you are likely Read more...

Sexcellent | Issue 24

Posted 11:48am Saturday 24th September 2016 by Sexcellent

Dear Sexcellent,  I’ve had this problem for a while. I’m a guy, and I tend to last too long in the bedroom. I feel like this is an odd thing to complain about, but my girlfriend gets frustrated because I almost never finish, and she gets tired and sore. The only times I ever do Read more...

David Clark | Issue 24

Posted 11:52am Saturday 24th September 2016 by David Clark

Even our detractors concede that Labour is the party of big ideas. Throughout modern New Zealand’s history, Labour has led on change that matters. Our achievements include free education, the forty hour week, first woman MP and Cabinet Minister, New Zealand’s nuclear free status, four Read more...

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