A student with a passion for energy science is planning to use it for not just her own future but the country’s too.
‘At Your Service’ was a new opportunity for students to take time to focus on the importance of mental health.
Sophia passed away in tragic circumstances at a student party in North Dunedin on 6 October 2019, and the scholarship has been established in her memory
Sophie Papali’i, a trainee intern from Porirua, has a rich heritage which enables her to bring a range of cultural perspectives to the board.
With an ambitious fundraising goal and a personal connection to the cause a group of determined Law students are ready to race in this year’s Student Relay for Life.
The final curtain call is just moments away for a group of performers bringing a popular Broadway show to the local stage.
A scholarship can make a big difference for a future with more than one dream.
The benefits of an Alumni Entrance Scholarship range from vital financial support to increased opportunities
Working for a bright future comes with sacrifice says a student with his eyes on the future.
A student with a heart for cricket and charity had an idea on how to use those to benefit others.
New to the law scene but ready to combine her two worlds into one is a first-year student with an exciting future.
From Sports to Music a range of talented young people are on their new journey at University with a scholarship in hand.
Taking to the Dunedin Town Hall stage are three young musicians with carefully crafted pieces to share.
Stepping off the world stage and into the science lab is all part of the big plan for Health Sciences first year student.
Full to the brim with exciting events and key messages is exactly what Sustainability Week 2021 had in store.
Skip Days are out and Diversion Days are in. This is the new focus for a greener way of student life.
This year’s Convocation Ceremony was a different one to previous years as speakers reflected on how a global pandemic had changed many students’ lives but could prepare them for a bright future.
Climate change got one Otago student thinking about how he could make his own impact on the world.
Hundreds of tauira (students) Māori turned out for the two Pōwhiri at Ōtākou Marae to kick-start the University’s Orientation Week.
We took a moment to ask Michaela a few questions about why this role is important and what she would like to achieve as President in 2021.