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March 12, 2012 | by  | in Opinion |
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I know we have had our differences in the past. But I come to you now, as the Massey University Wellington Student Association (MAWSA) Queer Executive and the el presidente of the Massey University UniQ group with an olive branch. 

Kia ora! My name is Jimmy and as mentioned above, I am from UniQ Massey! Though Massey Wellington is substantially smaller than Victoria, we are extremely proud of our institution and all the successful colleges within it. The colleges of creative arts, design, fine arts, business, communications, health sciences, nursing and others make up what is available to study at Massey. MAWSA is an engaged and diverse body of people dedicated to the welfare of our students.

Right, enough preaching! UniQ Massey shares the same ideology of UniQ

Massey UniQ would just like to say to you “Hello! Yes, we are here!” We look forward to getting to know you all and celebrating who we are together!

And don’t forget, you crazy cats–UniQ’s first meeting of the year is on Thursday 15 March, 5.30pm, SU218: a great chance to touch base, have your say about this year’s LGBT activities on campus and meet like-minded students in a welcoming, supportive environment. At 5.30pm, we’ll have pizza, socialising and general frivolity, at 6.30pm, we’ll hold our IGM where we elect our 2012 executive and update our constitution, and at 7pm we’ll do the same for the brand spanking new group on campus–The Girls’ Group. See you all there!

EMAIL: uniqmuw@gmail.com

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