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As you prepare for your exams, VUWSA is preparing for Stress Free Study Week! Hopefully this means you only need to worry about rote learning, and not about buying breakfast and lunch! We’ll also be coming at you with puppies, Krishna, and heaps of coffee.

Heads up, the first Monday of Stress Free Study Week (October 23) is a public holiday. But we’ll be running events as usual, because we know you all will likely be studying anyway. No rest for us students, eh?

So what have we got for you?

 

Food!

Free breakfast cereals, toasts, tea, and coffee every morning at every campus. Free Krishna curry every lunchtime at every campus. Gonna be good.

 

Lego!

Our friends over at CanDo will be having some Lego sessions in the hub. Keep your eyes peeled for some chill block building.

 

Pups ‘n’ kittens ‘n’ bunnies!

SPCA will be bringing over some fluffy friends to Kelburn, Pipitea, and Te Aro. Donations are being made to SPCA to support them to look after more animals. Rest assured that they run these sessions for the animals’ benefit too. The more the animals can socialise, the sooner they’ll be ready to move to a new home.

 

Yoga and meditation!

Koha meditation and yoga sessions with Yoga Lounge. Work up your zen, then there’s free Krishna curry afterwards.

 

The usual VUWSA support!

As always, you can pop to the VUWSA offices at Kelburn and Pipitea, or the library at Te Aro, to access our Community Pantry. With this you can pick up a free parcel of food, no questions asked! Check out the VUWSA Food Network for more free/cheap/healthy food available on campus. Free menstrual products are available at each campus too; just get some from the big signs by VUWSA offices and Te Aro library. Be sure to fill out a feedback form so we can hopefully make the service permanent!

 

Just think: soon, exams will be over and then we can all have really long naps. Love from VUWSA.

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