• Wellington Campus •
Mags met with Tallulah today to follow up after zine has been created and students are able to pick it up from the shelves in Wellington. Zine is very well received and both students and staff like the design and content of it.
The discussion was around whether this is were the project should end, or will it continue and zine is just a first iteration.
Dani and Anna are to meet with Tallulah to see what the next steps to that are.
Marie met with Tallulah today to check how their Zine is coming along. Tallulah is definitely leading this project, but Lexi is still present. Tallulah had a mood board for the look and feel of the zine and a layout of the content.
At the moment the zine is about 16 pages long, including front and back cover. One spread has been created of Easy swaps.
The team has been encouraged to finish a first draft of the zine as well as think about how they can gather feedback on it from other students. It was also discussed at the meeting about how they want to distribute and fund printing, whether it is something they could do in collaboration with Victoria University or even with local businesses around time.
About the project
A project looking into Massey's current offering of recycling and compost around the campus, to find out if it is something the Massey community wants and what solutions could be put in place to increase recycling and composting at Massey University in Wellington.