Student march to advocate for a community without sexual violence
Science students will get lower fees thanks to the Budget, but all students will have to repay their loans at a higher rate. The Budget, released at 2pm today, included an additional $85 million in tuition subsidies for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) students.
IIML introduces course on Māori and Pasifika Writing
Last Tuesday, Salient sat down with Student Health’s new Intake Counsellor, Linda Robertson, as well as Gerard Hoffman, the Manager of Student Counselling, and Rachel Riedel, Victoria’s Wellbeing Educator, to have a chat about the changing role of the service.
Discussion then turned to the beleaguered VBC, and the winding up of the VB Trust so that VUWSA could assume control of the station.
What help is available in Wellington?
Is the University Putting Students at Risk?
VUWSA’s most recent Exec meeting took place on the Tuesday before break (15 March), and the general feeling of apathy across campus was clearly present in the meeting, with President Sonya Clark especially keen to be finished on time.