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For All Our Futures
Dr Jin Russell on child poverty; Te Kawehau Hoskins' message; Tim Hazledine's opinion on universities; Korean student president Thomas Oh.
As well as doing her PhD, Dr Jin Russell is working at the coalface of children’s health and says poverty has a major effect on childhood development.
Associate Professor Te Kawehau Hoskins, Pro Vice-Chancellor Māori, says being open-minded to learning te reo Māori and to Māori ways of thinking is beneficial.
Opinion: Professor of Economics, Tim Hazledine, reflects on what he believes is wrong with modern New Zealand universities.
Communications student Thomas Oh worked with a group of students and compatriots to translate the complicated messages of Covid-19 for other Koreans.
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A brief introduction to UniNews, contact details for the UniNews editor, and this year's publication schedule.
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