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May 10, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Max Hardy – VUWSA President

This week I will try something new. To keep everyone informed about what VUWSA and I are up to, I am going to give you the privilege of knowing the highlights of my calendar for this week. This will include all those boring things that you may be interested to know are going on but aren’t worth writing a whole column about. Obviously it will not include the regular things that VUWSA continues to do – like quality student advocacy, welfare services like Campus Angels and food banks, clubs and events etc, or the more regular meetings we have with University staff and others.

I hope the new list will give you an better understanding of what VUWSA is up to, and an ability to ask questions when you are interested in anything going on. The list will normally go next to my President’s Column, but Caitlin has that this week, so that will begin next time. To see the events organised for Women’s Fest go to page 33 and for more details about other events and services check out www.vuwsa.org.nz.

From the President’s Diary:

Monday
Joint Student Union Board
2pm , Student Union Building

VUWSA Sport Council
6pm, VUWSA Meeting Room, all students welcome

Tuesday
Student Allowance Review Board Hearing
10am, StudyLink

Campus Hub Student Feedback Workshop
11am-12.30pm, Alan McDiarmand Building, Seminar Room 3, all students welcome

VUW Equity and Diversity Strategy Meeting
1pm, Hunter Building

Campus Hub Student Feedback Workshop
4pm – 5.30pm, Alan McDiarmand Building, Seminar Room 3, all students welcome

VUWSA Cultural Council
6.30pm, VUWSA Meeting Room, all students welcome

Wednesday
NZUSA Federation Executive Meeting
3pm, By Teleconference

Special Meeting of University Council
4.30pm, University Council Chamber

VUWSA Executive Meeting
6.30pm, VUWSA Meeting Room, all students welcome

Thursday
VUWSA Initial General Meeting
1pm, Student Union Hall, all students welcome
Including making sustainability a VUWSA constitutional goal, Police on campus, update on the Campus Hub, and a chance to win a $700 snowboard, $100 grocery voucher and enjoy the BBQ and drinks specials. It is also your chance to make directions and ask questions to the VUWSA Executive.

Friday
Student Finance Hardship Fund Meeting
8.15am, Kelburn Parade

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