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Warm up for Relay For Life
Unipol Recreation Centre is offering students and staff a chance to warm up for this weekend’s Relay For Life with a group fitness class this evening.

 

Latest news

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New CEO brings high hopes to OUSA

The new Chief Executive Officer of the OUSA Debbie Downs plans to further enrich the close working relationship between the University and OUSA. The Bulletin got to know her.

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Recognition for outstanding Otago teachers

Four outstanding University of Otago lecturers have been honoured by their colleagues and students in this year’s University of Otago Teaching Excellence Awards.

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March 2015 digital calendar

Each month, download a calendar for your desktop featuring the winning photos and notable entries from the 2014 Bulletin Board photo competition.

 

Classifieds

Snow chains

Two sets of snow chains.

NCEA study guides

NCEA study guides for Geography and Physical Education.

Violin 4/4 full size, case and bow

I would like to buy a violin for my daughter.

 

Notices

Otago MBA - Business After 5 with the Otago Chamber of Commerce

The Otago MBA programme is hosting a Business After 5 event with the Otago Chamber of Commerce.

 

Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history

Otago 150 years

Water of Leith – friend or foe?

As it flows gently past the iconic clocktower building, the Water of Leith plays no small part in creating an …

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Making news

Are humans getting cleverer?
2 March – BBC News Magazine

Kiwis slowing down on booze
28 February – Dominion Post

Professor Robert G Patman: 'Behind the wire' ISIL mission
26 February – New Zealand Herald

Regulars

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Hidden Talents: Supporting contemporary New Zealand sculpture

Transforming a bare paddock into a native sculpture garden has provided Professor Peter Joyce with ample exercise, a peaceful post-quake retreat, and a legacy project for his retirement.

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Hocken snaps: 1919 Professorial Board

The University of Otago's 1919 Professorial Board.