This week, UCSA’s Education Representative Charlotte Merrall takes us for a look around Haere-roa, the new student building, to see how construction’s going. The project is incredibly close to the finishing line now. The UCSA Team move their office equipment into the building on 5th July, and they’ll be operating out of the space soon after. By the time students are back on campus, they’ll be able to pop over and check it all out.
For more information about Haere-roa, visit the UCSA’s website.
This week, UCSA’s Post-Graduate Representative, Katie Mills, takes us for a look at some of the great club facilities in the new student building Haere-roa. Inside, you’ll find a club meeting room, printing facilities, and lots of bookable event spaces. Over the coming weeks, we’ll also take a peek inside the Ngaio Marsh Theatre, which will be another amazing club facility for shows, balls and other events.
How sustainable is Haere-roa? Turns out, very. This week, UCSA’s Engineering Rep, Olly Ng, takes a look around the new student building to check out its eco-friendly features.
For more information about Haere-roa, visit the UCSA website.
In this week’s Haere-roa update, Kevin (UCSA’s International Student Rep) takes you for look around an old institution on campus – The Foundry.
This venue has been around for a long time, but come July it will make its big move across the carpark to the new student building.
There’ll be a few changes when The Foundry opens in its new location, including longer opening hours Monday to Friday. Take a look.
Now’s your chance to save yourself a seat in the iconic Ngaio Marsh Theatre – a space that holds so many incredible memories for staff, alumni and theatre-lovers nationwide.
The Save me a Seat campaign gives you a chance to claim your own slice of theatre history, with contributions of $500 will receive an engraved plate on the back of one of the rebuilt Ngaio Marsh Theatre’s seats.
So far, there’s been a fantastic response from staff and the wider community with 140 of the 320 seats already snapped up.
Your donations help the UCSA on its journey to raise Haere-roa’s $5 million shortfall so that students can own their 51% share of the new building. So far, an incredible $3 million has been raised towards the project, and they’re now on the final push to fill as much of the shortfall as possible.
If you would like to contribute, you can do so online: Save yourself a seat at the Ngaio Marsh Theatre or you can click here to learn more about Haere-roa.
Watch Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel talk about the Save me a Seat campaign below: