This week's issue of Otago University student magazine Critic features a story on a landlord who gave tenants illegal fixed-term contracts for what was legally a boarding house.
The chance discovery of an 18-year-old book of spells (for men) leads Critic's Charlie O'Mannin on a journey to the dark side.
The editor of Critic Te Arohi backgrounds the magazine's major investigation into sexual harassment and troubling culture at Knox, one of the University of Otago's oldest residential colleges.
Students at the University of Otago will be able to separate the tinnys from the sinnyz this Orientation Week in a first-ever trial between OUSA and KnowYourStuff NZ.
Remember Animorphs? The book where children turn into animals and save the world? Charlie O'Mannin does - because he just read all 54 of them in five days. This is his story.
It's not just a challenge on Fear Factor anymore. Charlie O'Mannin talks to locust farmer Malcolm Diack about farming locusts for human consumption, doing it within city limits and doing it ethically.