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Otago Connection issue 2

Capping show Sextet

A favourite with Otago’s students, the legendary Capping Show in May was titled Capocalypse – and featured the famous 100-year-old Sextet. But was it the last capping show ever? Find out…


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Marsh Study Centre building underway
Work on the Marsh Study Centre started recently.

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Rowers take on the world
Having won the New Zealand Universities Rowing Championships for the past...

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Two Cartoons: the latest ‘Dunedin Sound’
Third-year students Isaac McFarlane and Brad Craig...

Other news at Otago

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Getting passionate about chemistry
Bachelor of Science honours student Ruth Warren loves sharing her passion for chemistry…

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‘Win-win’ for trainee docs and dietitians
It was a ‘win-win’ situation for both medical and dietetic students as well as the public at the Faculty of Medicine and Department of Human Nutrition’s Health…

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College's students encouraged to recycle
Toroa College students are doing their bit to help create a clean, green and sustainable University of Otago campus with a variety of initiatives from cycling to a worm farm…

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Moving from the classroom to the big wide world
Need a bit of business advice? Who you gonna call? Otago University commerce students, of course…

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Collegiality key to success for law students
Collegiality appears to be a key factor behind the recent success of Otago law students in international competitions…

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Students give back to local community
Economics Master’s student, Stefan Fairbrother was one of many students who got out and about in the Dunedin community to help out during the inaugural Student Volunteer Week…

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ANZAC service a resounding success
This year University leaders involved with the OUSA-led Anzac Day service on the Dunedin campus. The service, which drew around 1000 people, was dramatically led off by cannon fire across the Leith…

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Scholarly Endeavours Rewarded
In excess of $15 million worth of scholarships are available for students to study at the University of Otago and for Otago students to study at other institutions around the world.…


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