Grab your friends and flatmates, dress up in ‘Rock’ theme and be in to have a good time while getting fit. This is your chance to participate in the most fun pump group fitness class of 2017 and it’s absolutely FREE. Let your imagination run wild as you will be hooked up with a prize if you are the best dressed.
For 2017 Campus Watch and the Proctor’s Office will continue to address fires in North Dunedin. Anyone caught lighting or adding to an existing fire will be referred through the Provost to the Vice Chancellor for punishment. This process may include an exclusion from the UoO.
Glass breaking continues to be an area of focus, as it has been in recent years. This is an anti-social issue that impacts on neighbours and others who frequent North Dunedin, such as children attending school and daycare.
For 2017 we will also be focussing on addressing students climbing to roof tops. There is a significant safety risk involved here, with plenty of examples in recent years of students seriously injuring themselves falling from a roof.
Career workshops and seminars for March & April are now available to book on Career Hub
Come and learn more about the essential concepts for your CV & Cover letters, Job Applications, Successful Interviews.
• Vibe Teaching Employer Presentation: Tuesday 21 March 2017:
12pm – 2pm in the Centre for Innovation Seminar Room:
Vibe Teaching place teachers, teaching assistants, nursery nurses & cover supervisors into
Early Years, Primary, Secondary & SEN roles right across London (and even the UK).
• Disney International Recruitment Employer Presentation: 3 April 2017:
6pm – 8pm in the Centre for Innovation Seminar Room:
What could you do if you worked for Disney International?
You could travel to the U.S. and spend five months to one year networking, gaining experience, and learning
from a company that consistently sets trends in the entertainment and hospitality industries.
For more information on upcoming employer events and how to register go to Career Hub
Stop putting it off, now is a perfect time to start volunteering. Come and meet a variety of community organisations right here on campus. Learn about how you can get involved and give back to your community while learning valuable life and work skills.
Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017
Location: The Link, Information Services Building
Time: 11am to 2pm
Join us in celebrating, raising awareness and visibility of sex, sexuality and gender diversity on campus this April. The annual OUSA Diversity week is coming up from April 3rd – April 7th and this year is looking bigger and better than ever. From Swing dancing to SPACE workshops and of course the infamous Queerest Tea Party. Check out our webpage for more details on all the goodies and fun we have planned for the week!
Reckon you are a sharp shooter behind a camera? Your beautiful shot could be worth more than you think. The OUSA photography competition is open and taking entries all month until midnight March 31st. There are cash prizes up for grabs for the best three photos entered and all you have to do is send your pics (3 max) to our OUSA recreation programme coordinator Laurence firstname.lastname@example.org – how easy is that?
Skips will be out on Friday 31 March, from 9am to 4pm so you can get rid of all that stuff you can’t put out in your black sacks or recycling bins.
If the skip located closest to your flat/College is full, please take your rubbish to another skip at these locations.
If you can, it’s probably best to get rid of your rubbish before 3.30pm, as skips which are taken away to be emptied towards the end of the collection period may not be replaced with a new skip.
Please make yourself familiar with the DCC rubbish collection service requirements for using DCC rubbish bags only. You may have discovered by now that non-DCC rubbish bags will not be collected!
Thanks for your help with keeping the campus tidy during 2017.