More Otago students than any prior year are recipients of The Energy Education Trust New Zealand Undergraduate Scholarship.
Connecting with her heritage has been an important part of one student’s journey here at Otago.
Not having red meat or chicken on our student college menus on Mondays is saving about the same amount of carbon as getting 133 cars off the road annually.
Living in the University’s Sustainability Neighbourhood has shown students how easy it is to make sustainable changes – and given them easy opportunities to learn new sustainability skills to use in their future lives.
Oddly shaped fruit and vegetables contribute to a third of New Zealand’s annual billion-dollar food waste problem. Three Food Science students recently came up with an idea which could have a positive impact on food-waste reduction.
It’s no secret that the Otago University Rowing Club is the envy of many others and attracts top athletes from around the country, including Ben Mason and Kobe Miller.
Art Week 2021 is all set for the second week of August and this year has some exciting new twists on what art means to people and how it can be expressed.
If you ask a young person what their dream career is, it’s not often that you’ll hear the response “Radiation Therapist”.
What do you get when you cross the woman on the ten dollar note and punk rock? A musical of course.
It’s no secret that getting to know your lecturers when they have hundreds of other students can be a challenge.
At only 21 Sunaina has a wealth of experience to fuel her passion for her future career which she believes could be as a sex educator.
Otago Chemistry students are part of a global programme that develops lifesaving medicines for people with neglected diseases.
Michael Moncur was in his first year of his studies and living at Studholme College when a sudden illness took the otherwise healthy 18-year-old by surprise.
The Capping Show is the longest running student revue in the world and discusses hot topics of importance to students from politics to pop-culture.
When a group of 24 of the nation’s sharpest young biology minds descended on Otago to spend 10 days vying for a place in New Zealand’s International Biology Olympiad team, they had someone by their side who been through it all before.
A scholarship can help a person discover their potential – a gift which one student plans to give for years to come.
Knowing where to get started when on the hunt for your dream job is not always a simple task. With a new tool available to students, some have already had success.
Organised by Otago Medical School students, the Teddy Bear Hospital involved dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, and nursing students.
Food Waste Flat Hacks is a student-led market inspired by a need to reduce waste to save both money and the environment.
Not only did this years Prince of Wales Prize winner excel in his studies but he also contributed to the local business industry during his undergraduate studies.