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Well Re-O-Week is over, so we must be getting dragged, kicking and screaming, straight into the second trimester.

Money is short, and so is patience. After the blur that was the first trimester there’s a good chance you’re looking for a way to spend your time that is less expensive and less intensive than the usual weekend binge. Well, have we got the opportunity for you!

Before I get into that though, I’m keen to give you a quick update on what I’ve been up to in my role as Clubs and Activities Officer. Last trimester, members of the Clubs Council and myself set to planning out a Clubs Manual. This manual would provide information on who to contact for what, how to utilise VUWSA’s services, and at the very least would point you in the right direction. I’m proud to say that this manual has just finished its first design phase, and is now being updated due to a few recent changes in contact details. There’s also a couple of handy discount deals that Victoria clubs can use, so it’s the first step in VUWSA providing tangible services for the long term. I can’t wait to show it to you!

Now, onto the big stuff.

This trimester VUWSA is launching its general election campaign, with the goal of getting 100% of students voting. Gotta aim high right? This is part of a comprehensive national campaign and we’re taking it across all three campuses, inside halls, in the electorate, and in digital spaces. If this sounds super exciting, that’s because it is!

The plans are ready, and now we need volunteers! If you want to get involved this election (and maybe political parties aren’t quite pulling you in) then sign up to volunteer for VUWSA’s campaign at

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