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May 16, 2011 | by  | in News |
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“(Don’t VUW) Forget About Te… Aro, Aro, Aro, Aro”

Design and Architecture students now have all the convenience of being an Arts or Science student after VUWSA launched a weekly mobile reception to bring a bit of Kelburn to Te Aro this week.

All the services the regular Kelburn revellers have come to expect, including access to free bus tickets, the food bank and Campus Angels, are now on offer at the kiosk.

When asked about VUWSA’s new kiosk, an anonymous Te Aro Campus student said he had “never heard of them”.

VUWSA President Seamus Brady hopes that this will change.

“VUWSA is committed to making sure that students at Te Aro are involved with what we do and can access the services and information currently provided at other campuses. It’s always a challenge being spread across four campuses, but we are confident we can make this a success. I look forward to seeing VUWSA’s presence at Te Aro grow throughout this year.”

The kiosk will be open on Tuesdays from 12.30-2.30pm.

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