Scarfie confessions

Posted 11:52pm Sunday 7th September 2014

We had to keep our voices down. It was a Thursday night and the four of us were crammed inside one single residential hall room. It was past 1am, which meant that if an RA came by they could dish out hefty $20 fines to each of us. But it wasn't easy speaking quietly – after having four or five too Read more...

The four women at central library

Posted 10:15pm Sunday 27th July 2014

Scarfie culture: it’s a beast that thrives in this fine province that people from all around New Zealand, and the world, come to. It pushes us to go crazy on Thursdays and Saturday nights, and challenges us to challenge the limits of our bodies and the limits of our laws. But when it comes to Read more...

Barter, Banter and a Condom

Posted 2:59pm Sunday 16th March 2014

While trading a good for another good of similar or equal value used to be an everyday practice, this type of exchange has now largely become a thing of the past. In a burst of nostalgia, Max Callister-Baker goes on a quest to resurrect bartering in the modern context of the Dunedin student Read more...

Farang Inbox

Posted 6:57pm Sunday 23rd February 2014

Every New Year, thousands of youths from around the world flock to Thailand to attend the notorious Full Moon Party. Joining the migration, Max Callister-Baker experienced two weeks of massages, exceptional dart blowing and pissing out the side of tuk-tuks. “Why are there blue stains across Read more...

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