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Edition #262 – 26 March 2018

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Queerest Tea Party 9 April midday-2pm

The Queerest Tea Party is a biannual even run by OUSA Queer Support, with the aim to raise the profile of queer identities and culture on campus. All welcome to come and enjoy the delicious range of cakes, slices, tea and coffee on 9 April in the main Union common room midday - 2pm. From 12pm - 1pm on you can enter the cupcake decorating competition and from 1.15pm - 2pm we have a film screening of ‘More Than Four’. Check out our Facebook event for dates and extra information or email q.support@ousa.org.nz

Battle of the Bands – Entries open 26 March

Battle of the Bands proudly sponsored by Radio One 91Fm in association with NZ on air is back for its 31st year in 2018, the OUSA Battle of the Bands promises another round of stellar talent and intense competition! The four heats and final take place during NZ Music month (May), and this year we have an even bigger and better prize pool up for grabs. Whether you're looking to cut your teeth in the industry or assert absolute dominance - this is a battle worth the wounds. Punters, this annual showdown is a great chance to discover new bands and support your local music scene!
Every year this competition showcases some amazing talent, with several previous winners becoming big names in the Dunedin music scene.

Outdoor rental at Unipol

Heading into the great outdoors this Easter? Unipol has quality rental gear to hire at super student prices. From camping and tramping to aquatic and sports equipment they’ve got you sorted. Be safe when you’re off the beaten track by hiring a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB). Check it all out here.

Spiritual reflection & meditation lunch gathering

When: Wednesday 28 March 12.10-12.30 pm

Where: University Prayer and Meditation Room (Top floor, University Union Building)

Arranged by Otago University Chaplaincy, led by Dr Sherrema Bower

All welcome. Check the Facebook page