President apologises for Queer Officer.
Author Archive: Ian Walsh
To regurgitate that timeless student colloquialism “I’m an impoverished student” may have more meaning than we initially thought because it turns out—15 per cent of us really are.
One such complainant said the bar’s advertising “consistently and over a long period of time encouraged customers to get drunk in an irresponsible fashion”.
Students wondering whether their investment of time and money at university is worthwhile will be pleased to know that a comprehensive study to see how tertiary education ultimately impacts graduates’ lives is about to commence. Organised by Otago University, the Graduate Longitudinal Study of New Zealand will see about 14,000 final-year students from New Zealand’s […]
The Wellington Waterfront is something we all are very proud of in this city. Whether we would still be proud to host a monstrous plastic waka on our city’s shores is another question, one that is being debated in New Zealand’s favourite city, Auckland. With the Rugby World Cup only four months away, the debate […]
The past fortnight has seen the celebration of all things fair trade. Events, activities and promotions have taken place across Wellington and the country for Fair Trade Fortnight. The Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand seek to spread the word about the difference swapping to fair trade certified products can make to producers […]
Design and Architecture students now have all the convenience of being an Arts or Science student after VUWSA launched a weekly mobile reception to bring a bit of Kelburn to Te Aro this week. All the services the regular Kelburn revellers have come to expect, including access to free bus tickets, the food bank and […]
It was on Mount Street the whole time… Looking for a job in these hard economic times has just become easier with the relocation of Student Job Search (SJS) back onto the Kelburn campus. With an aim “to make students hot property”, SJS is a free employment service with “29 years of experience at bringing […]
The Angels are back! As Wellington becomes colder, darker and generally more miserable, the VUWSA Campus Angels have returned to provide a bright, safe light for our potentially perilous journeys home. The Campus Angels provide a free service that sees trained students walk other students to their home, the nearest bus stop or safety point. […]