Bouncer screwed, surprisingly unhappy

Posted 8:39pm Sunday 3rd June 2012

An intoxicated teenager stabbed a Monkey Bar bouncer in the neck with a screwdriver on Friday 25 May after being refused entry to the nightclub. A 19-year old labourer was arrested and appeared in the Dunedin District Court the following morning, charged with intent to cause grievous bodily Read more...

Councils to be replaced with cronies, re-Joyce!

Posted 7:58pm Sunday 20th May 2012

Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce has revealed reforms planned for the country’s eight university councils, saying they are large and unwieldly. The changes would likely see the size of university councils shrink and council personnel replaced by government-appointed members. Joyce Read more...

Feral freshers frantically flock to filthy flats. Fuckers.

Posted 7:08pm Sunday 13th May 2012

Second-year students living in the scarfie quarter have reportedly been stalked by first-year students declaring their love for flats such as “the Cuntry Club”, “The Eight Man” and “the Piss Stain” and seeking tours as the annual freshers attempt to lock down their second year accomodation as early Read more...

Sneaky students slyly subvert system

Posted 12:51am Monday 7th May 2012

The University caught fewer cheaters than usual in 2011, with figures released by under the Official Information Act showing that cheating and plagiarism incidents have dropped at six of New Zealand’s eight universities over the past year. Of the 19,500 full-time students at the University Read more...

Army Never Been to War, Are GCs nonetheless

Posted 4:56pm Sunday 29th April 2012

Christchurch’s Student Volunteer Army has been awarded the 2012 Returned Services’ Association Anzac of the Year Award, in recognition of its contribution to the Christchurch community following the Christchurch earthquakes. The award was presented on the eve of Anzac Day by the impressively-titled, Read more...

249 lose their place in the world

Posted 4:56pm Sunday 29th April 2012

249 students were suspended from the University of Otago last year for failing to pass an adquate number of papers, compared to 84 suspensions in 2010. This increase comes as the as the University shifts its focus to producing “quality” students, Vice-Chancellor Harlene Hayne told the Otago Read more...

OUSA finally clicks, World War One happened

Posted 5:04pm Sunday 22nd April 2012

The University of Otago and OUSA will hold its first ANZAC remembrance ceremony this Wednesday April 25, to mark the contribution of University students and others who have fought for New Zealand. The ceremony will begin at the Memorial Walk outside the Clocktower at 1.30pm and end at the Read more...

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