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Three take out energy scholarship

Only given to a handful of students around the country each year, the Energy Education Trust Scholarship has once again recognised Otago students.

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Ones to Watch: Samuel Leaper

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.

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Ones to Watch: Georgia Mayor

Dance and healthy body image have not always been the greatest of friends - a relationship one Otago student plans to improve.

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I Am New

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.

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Ones to Watch: Maddy Gordon

Always looking for an opportunity to promote sustainability, Communications and Tourism student Maddy Gordon has taken on an exciting new business venture.

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Four generations through Otago's doors

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.

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Scholarship just the beginning 

Anika Moana Kite Perenara is the recipient of a scholarship for Māori students in their second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy programme.

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What others don't see

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.

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Ones to Watch: Max Balloch

Science communication is an important industry for the entire world and for one student who says his passion for it has only grown.