2016 VUWSA Treasurer-Secretary and 2017 Treasurer-elect George Grainger has resigned from the role for 2017. The resignation comes just two weeks after Grainger won the position on next year’s executive. Grainger wrote on Facebook that the “demanding role” has seen him go “up to and beyond my limits this year to give the Association what […]
Headline of the year “Turns out Salient is a disgusting travesty”. Best yarn “Students Mistaken For Backpackers”—that time the uni fucked up and students ended up in bunk beds. Biggest cock block VUW Communications Team. Currently ghosting us harder than your latest Tinder bae. Phrase we would like to never hear again […]
Early Tuesday morning, October 4, two separate arson attacks took place in Mount Cook and Te Aro. 47 year old Robert Vernon Phillip Mackie has been arrested for one of the incidents and is now facing seven charges of arson and one charge of burglary. The Wellington Area Commander, Inspector Chris Bensemann, reported that the […]
The waste audit is an ongoing process, as the university and waste committee are still in the process of analysing the bio-waste disposal and other data collection surveys.
Victoria University Council have voted to raise domestic student course fees by two per cent in 2017.
We spoke to Auckland mayoral candidate Chlöe Swarbrick about her campaign.
Hot topics during the open floor were the living wage, international student fees, and the ongoing degradation of Fairlie Terrace facilities.
VUWSA’s 2017 President will be Rory Lenihan-Ikin, who won with 1901 votes to the next closest candidate Jacinta Gulasekharam’s 1255 votes.
We asked mayoral candidate and current Deputy Mayor Justin Lester the hard hitting questions, from “How does local politics work?” to “What’s your worst pest?”