Va’a o Tautai has gone from strength to strength while grappling with the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two Otago students will spend the summer researching neurodegenerative conditions after being award Neurological Foundation stipends.
Increased StudyLink payments and an improvement in the quality of rental properties in North Dunedin are high on the priority list of next year’s Otago University Students’ Association president.
Twenty-five years after graduating from Otago esteemed Pacific judge Michael Mika returned to the University to inspire a new generation of law students.
A member of the Young Nats and a member of Young Labour walk into a bar.
The road to a degree is not always linear. Three members of Otago’s Pasifika community share what an alternative path to success can look like.
The Otago Business School’s Te Maea and Te Tai Tuarā Māori Commerce Students Association recently celebrated the various successes of Māori business students at its second-ever Māori Recognition Awards.
Otago’s success at the 2022 Officer’s Cup Tournament is not up for debate.
A University of Otago college competition with a colourful history is celebrating its 90th anniversary with the rivalry as fierce as ever.
The highest degree of sporting, cultural, community and arts achievements among Otago University students have been celebrated with the awarding of Blues and Golds.
Campaigning for the Southern Dotterel kickstarts a career with purpose.
Third-year student Corey Symon has experienced his fair share of challenges including COVID-19 disruptions but none of them have stopped him from working hard on his study and sporting goals.
She’s put in six years of study towards her law degree and has successfully advocated for better facilities for women in rugby.
Defending a national title, competing in Portugal and studying full-time is just the status quo for a student with a bright future.
Two University of Otago students are thrilled to have won spots at an international event that will see them mingling with Nobel Prize winners.
A placement on a paediatric ward inspired an Otago Physiotherapy student to lead a volunteer effort at Ronald McDonald House.
Getting ready for the end of the year? Well there are few things to do first.
More than 500 students celebrated different cultures, communities, learning styles and ways to use their diversity in the wider world during Diversity Week 2022.
As the blossoms come out a much-anticipated annual event on the Dunedin campus is also making its comeback.
The Otago Tongan Students’ Association (OTSA) and the Otago Kiribati Islands Students’ Association (OKISA) co-hosted a climate change awareness fundraiser.