Inside April 2020 issue: Annie Goldson and 'Ema Wolfgramm-Foliaki team up; Dawn Freshwater writes; Rev Carolyn Kelly; Marie Ross and her clarinets; Vanessa Burholt on building connections during lockdown.
Annie Goldson and 'Ema Wolfgramm Foliaki: multi-media project focuses on First in Family students
Plus related story on Annie Goldson
On a wing and a hopeful prayer
Reverend Dr Carolyn Kelly has been the University of Auckland chaplain for four years. She reflects on her time here as she prepares to move to the other side of the world in yet another challenging time.
Timely time to retire
With all the self-isolating and working from home going on, it’s not a bad time to retire. Claire Morrison-Rooney reflects on the past 25 years.
Message from the VC
Dawn Freshwater looks ahead to the new strategic plan.
A call for manaakitanga in a time of isolation
There's a distinction between social isolation and loneliness writes Professor of Gerontology, Vanessa Burholt.
Good to know
- Centre for Informed Futures launch
- Token kea story
- Teaching award to Aimee Macaskill
- Top cancer scientists honoured
- Law academic makes legal history
- Baby brain may be good
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- Remembrance service
- Farewell to Stuart McCutcheon
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Art and Culture
- Putting herself in the picture (Ashley Tofa)
- Music to their eyes
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