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Scholarship recipients find their way at Otago

07 July 2017

Here we introduce you to just a few of the hundreds of students who received undergraduate scholarships this year.

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Student volunteers keep up the good work

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

St Paul’s Cathedral got a garden makeover last Friday as students from St Margaret’s College and University College volunteered their time to help clear the lawns.


Toroa chefs take top honours in annual competition

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

A pair of first-rate chefs from Toroa College took top honours in the ninth annual University of Otago Residential Chef of the Year Competition held in the Information Services Link last Thursday evening.

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Responsible leadership challenge

Friday, 2 June 2017

A team fundraising competition for commerce students taking the Developing Responsible Leadership paper through the University of Otago Business School’s Department of Management has seen the Dunedin Night Shelter benefit by over $5,000.


Campus Watch promotes fire safety

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

The number of fires in the student area is well down this year and the Proctor’s Office is ramping up its efforts to stamp them out altogether – while also reminding students to check their smoke alarm batteries.

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Welcome warm, soup hot, day not...

Friday, 19 May 2017

Hot pumpkin soup was the right fare for a “catch-up” event for alumni-supported scholarship recipients, held at the Dunedin campus’s Staff Club on a chilly Wednesday this week.

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Many secondary students are good at both Arts and Science subjects, and feel they have to make a choice between the two when they go to university. No longer! Otago recently introduced a combined Bachelor of Arts and Science degree.

YouTube: 1.55 min