Moaningful Confessions | Part 2: A Big Night

Posted 2:34pm Sunday 14th March 2021 by Critic

After a little convincing of his friend to vacate the one double bed we set to work. This time around we can get a little more adventurous.  He was slamming me from the back, pulling my hair and the icing on the cake was the ass slap that was so close to getting me to the edge. I would have Read more...

Who would win if the Rakaia Salmon and the Gore Giant Trout fought to the death?

Posted 9:56pm Tuesday 2nd March 2021 by Erin Gourley

In the centre of Gore stands a giant trout. On the outskirts of Rakaia stands a giant salmon. The fish are perched in the same pose — frozen in mid-air with cavernous maws agape. Separated by 452km of State Highway one, these twin titans of the South Island road trip are too far away to see Read more...

Fresher’s Toga Has Pockets

Posted 2:12am Wednesday 3rd March 2021 by The Critical Tribune

Mikaela may be new to Dunedin, but her Toga sure isn’t!  Spotted at Wednesday night’s greco-roman bash, first-year Mikaela sported a handmade toga worn by three generations of family frothers. The sweat encrusted piece included proper waist fashioners, hand sewn leaf drapery, and Read more...

David Clark | Issue 22

Posted 3:10pm Sunday 6th September 2015 by David Clark

Student politics was lively when I was studying on campus. It was the early days of student loans and sentiment ran high. Memorably, one protestor threw himself under Education Minister Lockwood Smith’s car on a visit to the university. Grant Robertson — then OUSA president, now Labour Read more...

Editorial | Issue 11

Posted 3:07pm Sunday 10th May 2015 by Critic

Earlier in this semester, Ally Willen wrote a beautiful piece for A Broad View, a column aimed at giving international and exchange students the opportunity to tell us what makes New Zealand unique to them. We’ve had some great write-ins, but Ally’s was particularly special. Rather than Read more...

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