Students Say Mid-Sem Break Is “Too Short”

Posted 2:39pm Sunday 2nd April 2023

With Easter Break just around the corner, Otago students are once again asking themselves: “Why do we only get a one week break?” Critic Te Ārohi reached out to the Uni for answers. Again. We’ve done this a lot. Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Helen Nicholson began by Read more...

Teachers Fight for Their Live(lihood)s

Posted 3:39pm Sunday 26th March 2023

On Thursday, March 16, thousands of teachers and supporters across the motu left their classrooms to strike. Following a few difficult years recovering from consistent delays in education due to the pandemic, teachers are demanding extra support for their students and themselves. Critic Te Read more...

Dunedin SS4C Strike Underwhelms

Posted 2:04pm Sunday 12th March 2023

School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C) and Fridays for Future joined forces in a nation-wide intergenerational climate strike across the motu on Friday, March 3. The Ōtepoti event, whose organisation was outsourced to Extinction Rebellion (XR), was smaller than most other cities, prompting some Read more...

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