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Greens@Vic campaign launch party

What are you looking forward to? Let us know, and find out about what Wellington Central Candidate James Shaw and Greens@Vic Candidate Zachary Dorner are up to for election year. Drink with koha entry for the first to arrive! And live music! 7pm, Thursday 26 May in Hunter Lounge.

Authorised by Jon Field, L2/17 Garrett St, Wgtn

Careers and Jobs

2011/12 Internships and 2012 Graduate Jobs:

Applications Closing Soon (details on CareerHub http://careerhub.victoria.ac.nz):
25/5 – Contact Energy
26/5 – ANZ
27/5 – Tonkin Taylor
31/5 – PKF Martin Jarvie; Halliburton – Australasia; NZ Institute of Economic Research (NZIER); Shell; Wynn Williams & Co; Atlas Iron Ltd
1/6 – Transpower
2/6 – Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust
7/6 – IBM
10/6 – Fisher & Paykel
12/6 – Walt Disney World
13/6 – Frucor; Prudential
15/6 – Contact Energy (IT)
17/6 – Intergen
20/6 – PKF Ross Melville

Careers Expos – check details CareerHub:
11/8 – Science Careers Expo, 11am – 12pm
Vic Careers: 463-5393, careers-service@vuw.ac.nz, 14 Kelburn Parade

Wednesday Communion at Anglican Chaplaincy

Centre your busy week with prayer and a mid-week communion. A quiet service based on the Anglican Prayer Book is held every Wednesday, in the Chapel at 8 Kelburn Pde  12:10 to 12:45. All are welcome.

UniQ Meeting

UniQ is an all-inclusive social and support group, based at Victoria University, for Queer students and their friends. We are meeting at 6pm in the Memorial Theatre Foyer in the Student Union Building this Thursday the 26th of May. Everyone is welcome so don’t hesitate to come along!

Bushball 2011: A Right Royal Affair

Join the VUW Tramping Club on 28th May for a ball with a difference: yes its Bush Ball time again, your typical ball with fancy suits and dresses, lights, music, drinks (BYO) and dancing – but in the bush. And this time with a royal wedding twist! Come dressed as a prince or princess, wear a silly hat or be creative.

Location: Smith’s Creek ‘Abbey’, Tararua Forest Park
Time: meet 12 noon, 28th May, Hunter Carpark (return following day)
Cost: $10, get your ticket early!
For more info: Tuesday night meetings, 7.30pm in Student Union Building or see www.vuwtc.org.nz”

Found Flash Drive

Found: Red and Black “Imation” brand 2GB flash drive/memory stick on the corner of the Terrace and Salamanca 12:40 Tuesday. Email editor@salient.org.nz if you think it might be yours.

Students for Palestine present Miral, a film by Julian Schnabel

‘Based on Rula Jebreal‘s first–hand account of growing up in East Jerusalem, Miral is the richly textured and deeply moving account of an intelligent young woman whose personal story is inextricably linked with the political history and social consequences of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.’
Monday 23rd May
12pm
SU217, Student Union Building

Week 11 Sci-Fi Club Quiz Night

Thursday May 26th we will be having ONE of TWO biannual Sci Fi Club Quiz nights!
Bring your friends, make a team of four and enjoy the geekery!
We will start the festivities at 4pm with a screening of Doctor Who and the quiz will start at 6pm.
Be here (SU217) and be square.

Political leadership and Local Politics

AIESEC is holding an evening on Monday 23 May from 6.45pm to 8.30pm in the Memorial Theatre for all undergraduate students. Get to meet Wellington City Councilors and members of parliament. Hear them talk about what their jobs involve and get advice first hand.
The meeting is open to all, not just those studying law and international relations. So come along and enjoy this fantastic night.
RSVP is required. Just look us up on Facebook for more info and register there.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

We have an A.G.M Meeting for LDS Students, Staff and Friends at Victoria University of Wellington
On: Tuesday 24th May 2011
Time: 5.00-7.00P.M
Where: Memorial Theater Foyer Room 2

For more information please feel free to e-mail the president for more details at lds_students_and_staff@hotmail.co.nz

Vic OE – Vic Student Exchange Programme

Why not study overseas as part of your degree?!
Earn Vic credit, get Studylink & grants, explore the world!
Weekly seminars on Wednesdays during term time, Level 2, Easterfield Building, 12.55pm – 1.05pm
Upcoming Deadlines: For Tri 1, 2012 exchange – July 16th, (UC June 30th)
Email: exchangestudents@vuw.ac.nz
Website: http://victoria.ac.nz/exchange
Visit us: Level 2, Easterfield Building
Drop-in hours: Mon & Tues 9-12, Wed-Fri 10-12

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