Tumuaki o Te Roopū Māori 2012!

Posted 5:59pm Sunday 7th October 2012

Time has passed by so fast and that the year is ending. What a journey it has been. The role of Tumuaki has had its ups and downs, and this year it has been a challenge to balance my study, work, and TRM duties. People can warn you about the workload and the level of commitment, but reality does not Read more...

Te Roopu Māori Elections

Posted 4:25pm Sunday 23rd September 2012

José Maria de Eça de Queiroz said that “Politicians and diapers should be changed frequently, and for the same reason.” Thank you to all those who turned up to the SGM, and for providing some constructive feedback to the proposed changes within the management system of Te Rito. Hopefully you Read more...

Te Roopu | Issue 23

Posted 4:03pm Sunday 9th September 2012

“With your basket and my basket the people will live” This whakatauki refers to the co-operation of all in order to get things done. This was exemplified during the mid-semester break at Te Huinga Tauira. A small contingent of 50 tauira of the 1600-plus Māori students enrolled at the Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 21

Posted 4:26pm Sunday 19th August 2012

With the mid-semester break fast approaching, most of us will use the time off to make a dent in that pile of assignments or get ahead on those exams. However, this mid-semester break we have approximately 50 Te Roopū Māori students hosting 200+ Māori students for the national Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 19

Posted 4:49pm Sunday 5th August 2012

Time has flown by so fast. It appears it’s that time of the year when a lot of the freshers are out being annoying and knocking on doors. As an older student, I feel it is my duty to share some of my experiences when looking for a flat. Some key considerations include rent, location, gender Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 17

Posted 10:46am Sunday 22nd July 2012

Tēnā Koutou Katoa ngā tauira o te Whare Wānanga o Otago. Ko tēnei te wiki o te reo Māori. Kia Kaha koutou ki te korero te reo Māori ki ō hoa, ki ō kaiako ki ngā tangata katoa. He kaupapa whakahirahira tēnei, Nō reira karawhuia! Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 14

Posted 8:39pm Sunday 3rd June 2012

Life, even at university, is not solely about study — and that’s a good thing. Everyone has other commitments, be they to whānau, friends, work, or sport teams. Life needs to have balance to be enjoyable. On the other hand, when you’ve got lots on you need to prioritise. Often Māori Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 12

Posted 7:58pm Sunday 20th May 2012

Working away in my office at Te Roopū Māori whare you hear a lot of things. Mondays are usually interesting hearing about the events of the weekend; but of late so are Thursday mornings due to the new “reality” TV show The GC. For those that don’t know, it’s a show that follows a Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 10

Posted 12:51am Monday 7th May 2012

Kia Ora whānau, It’s that time of the year already … Graduations, for a few of us older tauira it is the chance to catch up with old friends who are in the workforce and to reminisce about the good times and memories we all shared. For others, this will be your first time to experience Read more...

Te Roopu Māori | Issue 8

Posted 5:04pm Sunday 22nd April 2012

E Ngā ākonga, E ngā mana, e ngā reo, E ngā karangarangatanga maha, Tenā koutou katoa. Te Mana Ākonga is the National Māori Tertiary Student Body which emerged after the protest movements in the 1970s. It is a voice for tauira Māori and Read more...

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