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April 17, 2016 | by  | in V-ISA |
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Hey! Hope everyone had a great Easter break (even though one week was WAY too short if you ask me). This week, V-ISA is back with a bunch of updates that you wouldn’t want to miss!

V-ISA Hour (VUWSA meeting room, Wednesdays 2.00–4.30pm)

Thanks to the awesome support from VUWSA, we have started V-ISA hour. This is a platform for students to raise problems, feedback, or simply chit-chat about university life with V-ISA executives. Do drop by every Wednesday, 2.00–4.30pm, at the Student Union building. We would love to meet you, get to know you, and help you in any way we can. If you’re problem-free at the moment, come by and share your little secret with us—we would love some help with our problems too.

Amazing Race & Day-at-the-Café (April 9)

On April 9 V-ISA concluded our annual iconic event—Amazing Race & Day-at-the-Café. We saw an overwhelming number of teams pit against each other in all stations. It is entertaining to see teams hunt for various items planted in the Botanic Gardens and their looks of bewilderment when they found the execs’ missing shoes buried deep within bushes. We hope that everyone had as much fun as we did! Photos of the event will be uploaded onto our Facebook page and our Instagram account @vuwvisa later this week.

Movie Night at Readings

Chill out at our movie night next month. We will be holding a screening of Captain America: Civil War at the Readings cinema. A theatre exclusive to ourselves. You can avoid awkward silent wrestles for the arm rest and the tiresome queue to get a ticket. Even better, you get to squeal in excitement with like-minded friends (fans) without fearing looks of annoyance from other moviegoers. While V-ISA handles the administrative work, we appreciate if you can help us out by checking our Facebook page for ticket sales and inviting your friends to come along.

As if we cannot stress enough, like our Facebook page and check it regularly for updates (https://www.facebook.com/VISRG/). Also, feel free to send us emails (vuwvisa@gmail.com) if you would like any other information or if you have something you would like to speak to us about; we are here to help and will always have time for you.

Have a great week!

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