Only given to a handful of students around the country each year, the Energy Education Trust Scholarship has once again recognised Otago students.
The third-year Bachelor of Music student has had a busy year between studying, sound engineering, working with his band Black-Sale House and even taking on his first Musical Director role.
A tiny kitten that crept out of the bush has connected Otago students with a Dunedin family in need of some “pure, uncomplicated love.”
When Professor Jules Kieser passed away in 2014 he left a legacy which would live on for years to come.
Dance and healthy body image have not always been the greatest of friends - a relationship one Otago student plans to improve.
Tiara Das consulted with designer Kiri Nathan on her kakahū, taking into consideration the former’s home in India and her journey in New Zealand.
Always looking for an opportunity to promote sustainability, Communications and Tourism student Maddy Gordon has taken on an exciting new business venture.
Erana Ikimau (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine, Te Orewai) is the recipient of one of two scholarships for second year Māori pharmacy tauira.
Congratulations to Otago alumnus Ridge Ponini and current student Sarah Hubbard for reaching the semi-finals of the Lexus Song Quest.
Graduation is a special time and a rite of passage for many. Even more so when a family celebrates the first direct fourth-generation graduate woman to pass through Otago’s doors.
The World’s Challenge Challenge sees tertiary students from across the world competing for a top prize of $30,000.
The Biomedical Sciences programme awarded seven Elizabeth Jean Trotter Scholarships this year, contributing towards the tuition fees of high-achieving and well-rounded students.
Anika Moana Kite Perenara is the recipient of a scholarship for Māori students in their second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy programme.
New coordinators have been appointed to lead the University of Otago’s Sexual Misconduct Action Response Team (SMART).
Local Dunedin performers are preparing to take centre stage in Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap.
While high profile cases attract much public interest, there are hundreds of life-changing incidents the Disability Information and Support Service Manager and her team deal with every year – and most are preventable.
Bachelor of Commerce student Dakoda Conroy receives this year’s PwC Summer Student Scholarship after working with Waihōpai Rūnaka over the summer.
Thirza Smith shares her experience of the Otago Business School Internship Programme and encourages others to take part.
Taking an exciting new leap is one student with a story of perseverance.
Science communication is an important industry for the entire world and for one student who says his passion for it has only grown.