Where to Not Park if You Donít Want a Ticket

Posted 2:49pm Sunday 5th July 2020

An official information act request has revealed which streets and parking meters near campus produce the most amount of tickets. In the past three years, the University Campus area alone has racked up over 10,000 parking violations.  In 2018 and 2019, the most infamous street for Read more...

University Libraries Reopen

Posted 7:36pm Thursday 21st May 2020

The University of Otago has reopened many libraries across campus with new social distancing measures in place. At the time of writing Central, Science, and Roberston libraries have fully reopened with new social distancing measures. Libraries initially opened with reduced hours, closing at 5pm. Read more...

UniPrint Pusheen the Limits of Copyright Law

Posted 7:09pm Thursday 12th March 2020

UniPrint may be using an unlicensed image of Pusheen in order to teach students how to print, which may be illegal. Last week it came to Critic’s attention that the Central Library division of UniPrint was using the cartoon cat, Pusheen, as a mascot on posters explaining to freshers how to Read more...

CRIME: Critic Internís Flat Broken Into

Posted 1:15pm Saturday 7th March 2020

On Friday evening, a Critic intern’s house was unlawfully entered and burglarized by an unknown assailant in an event that is all too common for students. The intern said he felt a “bit sad”. The intern’s band’s two guitar amps were taken, as well as a cordless Read more...

Down in the Dumps

Posted 8:04pm Thursday 27th February 2020

Critic has an exclusive insight into the life of a skip security guard after talking to, and observing, a guard at work during O Week. The skip security guards have been sizing up people dumping rubbish at the orange skips around campus in an attempt to cut down on rubbish from non-students. The Read more...

Vending Machine Prices Rise and Capitalism Wins

Posted 7:10pm Thursday 27th February 2020

In an egregious act of disregard for the public good and basic ethics, the University has increased the price of every can of drink at campus vending machines to two whole dollars.  The first reports of this occurrence came when a Critic intern attempted to put one humble dollar into the Read more...

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