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September 27, 2010 | by  | in News |
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NZUSA gets a taste of VUWSA

Yeah! It’s a party iN Zee USA!

The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) will look a little more like VUWSA’s Executive in the coming months with the appointment of Caitlin Dunham and possible election of Max Hardy to its ranks.

VUWSA Women’s Rights Officer Caitlin Dunham was co-opted into the role of National Women’s Rights Officer last week, following the resignation of Sophia Blair in July.

As well as a Women’s Rights Officer, NZUSA also has two elected Co-Presidents. In 2010 the Co-Presidents are David Do and Pene Delaney.

VUWSA President Max Hardy will stand for Co-President for 2011, alongside Do who is running for another term. Massey University Albany’s President Rawa Karetai and UCOL’s AS@U President Jo Hymers are also standing for the positions.

Elections will take place on Friday evening at the NZUSA conference.

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