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Take a look around Haere-roa: Club facilities

This week, UCSA’s Post-Grad Rep Katie Mills takes us for a look at some of the cool club facilities in the new student building Haere-roa. Inside you’ll find a club meeting room, printing facilities, and loads of bookable event spaces. Keep an eye out over the coming weeks for a peek inside the Ngaio Marsh Theatre, too (you’ll love it for shows, balls and other big events).

For more information about Haere-roa, visit the website.

Join us for Parly to the People *location change*

This Friday, Speaker Trevor Mallard and MPs are bringing Parliament to UC. Students are encouraged to come along for a BBQ and a chat.

The travelling non-partisan event was launched in South Auckland at the end of last year, and aims to encourage student engagement. They’re out to prove that you don’t need to live in Wellington to get involved with Parliament – there are loads of ways to have your say.

Friday’s event will be hosted by the UC Pols club, a non-partisan political group here on campus. They’ll be joined by Mr Speaker and MPs David Carter, David Seymour, Matt Doocey and Jan Logie.
If you’re keen for a chat and a bite to eat, stop by Parly to the People in the Undercroft this Friday from 1.00pm to 2.30pm.

See you there!

  • When: Friday 15 March, 1.00pm–2.30pm
  • Where: the Undercroft.

Clubs Day 19-20 Feb

Want to meet people? Get involved? 

One of the best ways to do that is to join a UCSA club or society.

Our clubs really know how to put on a show, so be sure to come along to Clubs Day and check out what they’re peddling!

Clubs are the real social scene here at UC, and the summer Clubs Day is a bustle of energy you won’t want to miss out on.

Here’s a sneak preview of your choices>

Clubs Day is a chance for you to figure out what clubs you want to be a part of and for clubs to recruit new members, creating connections and engagement within the student culture.

Most are free and if not, they’re usually cheap as chips (if English is your second language, this is one way Kiwis refer to a bargain)!

  • When: Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20 February from 10am
  • Where: Ilam, Central Campus

For more, check out the UCSA website>