Trumping fake news

Written by Leanne Rate, MPRINZ, Open Polytechnic of New Zealand and Central Committee member ‘Fake News and How to Trump it’ was the topic up for discussion for panel members Dr Catherine Strong (Senior Lecturer at Massey University), Patrick Crewdson (Editor of Stuff.co.nz) and Raphael Hilbron (General Manager at SenateSHJ Wellington) at a recent PRINZ…

2017: Through the Looking Glass

Written by Carl Davidson, Head of Insight at Research First “I daresay you haven’t had much practice… why, sometimes, I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast” ― Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass, There really is no polite way to say this: the world is awash with bullshit. We can dress this up…

Internships: time consuming but worth it

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Alex Lyall, PRINZ Student Ambassador at University of Canterbury. Though internships aren’t…

PRINZ event – Creating a movement for change

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Charlotte Wright, PRINZ Student Ambassador at Massey University Wellington. On Thursday 13…

You’ve Got to Know When to Fold ’em

Written by Carl Davidson, Head of Insight at Research First If you have read The Luminaries then you will know that it’s a substantial book. Indeed, one of the reviewers on National Radio joked that it’s a book that ‘gets better after page 400’. Regardless of what this says about the merits of The Luminaries,…

The Wonders of Work Experience

The PRINZ Student Ambassador Programme allows students studying relevant qualifications to become involved and engaged in the communication and public relations industry. The programme gives students a head-start in the industry, encouraging them to participate in the PRINZ community. This blog post is written by Kendra Stone, PRINZ Student Ambassador at Massey University Auckland. When I was…