The Massey University Students’ Association Federationrepresents the student bodies at Massey University. It includes the Albany Students’ Association, Massey Students Association, Massey at Wellington Students’ Association, Manawatahi, Te Waka o Ngā Ākonga Māori, and the Massey Extramural Students’ Society. Each individual students’ association organises activities and support for its members, sometimes organising student events, publicising student issues, administering student facilities and assisting affiliated student clubs and societies. Order a Massey University diploma, buy fake Massey University degree, order Massey University transcript. Buy degree online, buy bachelor degree, buy a degree, diploma mill, fake certificate maker, buy fake diploma, buy online diploma, buy college diploma, buy fake degree,fake college degree, fake college diploma, fake degree certificate, fake transcript, fake diploma maker.
The Albany Students’ Association, incorporated in 1998, represents students at Albany campus. It is the only student association in Auckland with full membership of the New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations. The ASA operates Evolution Bar and runs annual events like the first semester Orientation festival, second semester Winterfest, Woman’s fest, Political Awareness Day and Boys Will Be Boys event. Buy Massey University diploma, buy degree online, buy bachelor degree, buy a degree, diploma mill, fake certificate maker, buy fake diploma, buy online diploma, buy college diploma, buy fake degree,fake college degree, fake college diploma, fake degree certificate, fake transcript, fake diploma maker. It previously published the fortnightly Satellite Magazine, which was awarded second for best small publication in the 2006 ASPA awards. In 2012 the magazine was replaced with a cross campus magazine called Massive.
The Palmerston North arm of the student association operates Radio Control, a student radio station based on the Turitea campus. It broadcasts on 99.4 FM, transmitting from an aerial on campus, and streams online. The station was founded in 1981 as ‘Masskeradio’ and has also been known as ‘Radio Massey’. Radio Control’s long-time station mascot Gordon the Dinosaur stood to become the Palmerston North MP, promising to build a moving walkway from the city centre to the university campus.