Being safe on campus, in public or in your home is everyone’s right, regardless of your race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender identity, class, disability (visible or not), religious affiliation, political views, or even the way you choose to dress.
Thursdays in Black is a national student/whanau movement that works towards a world free of rape and violence. #TIB campaigns for campuses to be safe for everyone.
The UCSA has teamed up with the UC Thursdays in Black Society for the 2018 relaunch BBQ. Head down to C-Block lawn from 11am on Thursday 22 March for a free sausage, a few tunes and a special guest speaker.
Come for a chat, with the people dressed in BLACK. They will happily provide information about the campaign and how you can get involved. We want to hear what you want, and give you information about all the support services available on our campus and in the Christchurch area.
Make sure you wear BLACK and come along to be a part of positive change on campus.
Alumni who were at UC around 1987 are holding a 30 year reunion on 10 and 11 November to fundraise for the new UCSA building. The reunion includes a tour of UC’s new music and classics facilities in the Chemistry building at the Arts Centre, and a cocktail party in the Great Hall at the Arts Centre. Find out more about the event and how to get tickets here.
Those who can’t make the reunion, but would like to support the UCSA building campaign can still take part by participating in an online silent auction that the Class of 1987 has organised. Several organisations and individuals have donated some wonderful prizes in support of the UCSA. These include holiday accommodation, flights, whale watching for two, swimming with dolphins, helicopter rides and much more. Anyone can take part in the silent auction – find out more at https://www.32auctions.com/30yearish2017
Below: The new UCSA building is due to open in 2019.
James Addington UCSA President | Tūmuaki has announced the results of the UCSA elections and who will form the 2018 Executive.
It was our biggest and most successful election yet, with over 5,600 students voting. That is just over 45% of the student body. The UCSA continues to maintain a strong mandate and we look forward to working with UC in helping our students succeed and belong on campus.
President – Josh Proctor
Vice-President – Laura Robinson
Finance Officer – Sam Brosnahan
Equity & Wellbeing – Laura O’Dwyer
Postgraduate Rep – Emma McCone
General Executive – Harry Beaumont, Julia Rolleston, Jackson White, Devanshi Gandhi, Victoria-Rose Tucker, Liam Donnelly, Alex Holmes