March 17, 2021
The University Archives has created some new virtual exhibitions, now available for viewing in Tāmiro. The items featured in these exhibitions come from Massey’s Archive collections.
Trailblazing women at MasseyWomen have been an...Read more
February 10, 2017
The current exhibition in the Te Pikitanga space features the work of three fourth year fashion students who undertook the Paper 197.490 – Fashion Awards and Competitions. The aim of this project was for students to research, design and make an...Read more
May 18, 2016
Look out for pink in the libraries this week, and particularly on Friday – Pink Shirt Day. Speak up, stand together, stop bullying.
April 24, 2015
Manawatū Library’s ANZAC display is up, including a wall of handmade poppies (knitted, crocheted, paper, silk, coke cans and more) and a garden of harakeke poppies outside.
April 1, 2015
Massey University Libraries at Manawatū, Albany and Wellington are planning to mark ANZAC Day 2015 with poppy memorials and displays.
You are invited to contribute to these memorials by making or supplying a red poppy that will be made into a...Read more
January 16, 2015
A selection of model cars and original boxes from The Bill Toomath Model Car Design Collection are currently on on display at Massey University Archives.
This display is a sample from a collection of model cars donated by the family of the late...Read more
October 20, 2014
It’s Open Access Week during 20-26 October. We’re celebrating with an Open Access Panel Discussion on Thursday 23 October, blog posts, displays in all the libraries (this is Manawatū below), and OA biscuits…
April 17, 2014
Manawatū Library is marking ANZAC Day with a display of books, web resources, poppies and memorabilia. Here’s a taste…
March 24, 2014
Manawatū Library currently has a display created by Louis Changuion (the University Archivist) with the assistance of Maree Fleet and other Lending Services staff, marking Massey’s 50 years as a university.
In 2014 Massey University...Read more
March 1, 2014
Bookfacing? Take a look and vote for your favourite entries on Massey Library Facebook!