UC is changing the way you buy materials from the School of Fine Arts.
What you need to know ……..
- Buy materials online via the College of Arts Products web-page using Visa or MasterCard.
- Provide your order number when you pick up your materials. Your order number can be found in the order notification email sent to you when you pay for the materials.
- Pickup locations are still the same and are displayed on the College of Arts Products web-page.
- Canterbury Card can no longer be used to pay for materials. Please do not top-up your Canterbury Card with funds specifically for this purpose.
- Materials can be purchased in person at the School of Fine Arts Block 1 or Block 2, using EFTPOS/Debit card, MasterCard or Visa.
Contact Sarah Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the School of Fine Arts if you have any queries.
Over 500 reusable face masks made, and counting!
Over the past three weeks, the Student Volunteer Army and the UC Sustainability Office have worked with over 100 incredible staff and student volunteers to make reusable face masks accessible for our UC community.
From donations of time, materials and sewing machines to mahi from students in CHCH101, and even a guest visit from VC Professor Cheryl de la Rey – we’re so grateful for all the support we’ve received for this project.
The masks have been distributed to the support service teams on campus. If you’re in need of a mask and haven’t yet received one please contact Student Care.
The formal organised mask making workshops are coming to an end this week. However, if you’d like to still contribute to this project we’d love support with making masks from home – all materials provided! If you’re able to make some masks at home please contact the Sustainability Office on email@example.com.
Me mahi tahi tātou mo te oranga o te katoa – working together as one for the well-being of everyone.
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What’s next for waste?
Come hear Green Party MP Eugenie Sage talk waste reduction and the pathway to a more sustainable future with UC Sustainability and UC Greens!
Waste is everywhere, and despite our best efforts, it’s almost impossible to live without it. Eugenie has been fighting this problem for years, and knows that the problem isn’t the individual – it’s the system.
What: Waste reduction and Q&A with Green MP Eugenie Sage
When: Friday 11th September 12:30PM – 1:30PM
Where: Undercroft 101
See the Facebook event here
for more information.
Dr Bike is back for Term Four!
Bring your bike down to C Block Lawn every Thursday afternoon until the end of term and get your bike serviced…. for free!
Dr Bike is a free cycle fix-it clinic available to both UC staff and students. This service provides basic cycle maintenance such as tuning brakes, oiling chains and puncture repairs.
You’ll find Tom and Sam on C Block Lawn every Thursday from 1pm – 2.30pm. Come past and say hi, and get your bike ready for summer riding with us!
If you’re interested in seeing how Dr Bike fits into the bigger picture about planning for cyclists at UC, you might like to look at the UC Cycle Plan 2014-2022.
Keep an eye out for these two on Thursdays!
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