you ever heard of a hash brown jamwich?It is two slices of
toast, slathered in raspberry jam, stuck together with a hash
brown in between.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne has
spoken to staff from its school of business over performance
University of Otago scientists have found tantalising new
clues in the fight against a dangerous condition in
pregnancy, and their research could lead to much earlier
Student numbers at the University of Otago are expected to
drop for the fourth year in a row.
A University of Otago professor says she would be willing to
take a pay cut if it meant student fees were not increased.
For Sam van Betew, it was just an exercise designed to keep
his composing hand in over the summer holidays.
The University of Otago student who set up a notorious social
media page - where explicit images of young women were shared
without their consent - proved media-shy himself yesterday.
A University of Otago residential college has shut down a
makeshift ''nightclub'' started in one of its rooms.
Otago is a province with a rich history of establishing
firsts. We have led the way in many fields, and that
University of Otago social anthropologist Associate Prof Ruth
Fitzgerald has been named Otago University Students'
Association's latest supervisor of the year.
The University of Otago's reputation has been ''sullied'' by
an explicit Facebook page, vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne
After more than 20 years on the front line, Senior Constable
John Woodhouse is going to university.
The University of Otago's ban on pornography in residential
colleges is being slammed as an attack on student freedom.
Fighting to preserve Dunedin's unique student culture and
increasing the Otago University Students' Association's
relevance are among the aims of newly-elected president Paul
Young New Zealanders will grow up in a world in which cancer
is much less life-threatening than it is today, University of
Otago researcher Prof Parry Guilford believes.
The National Party's clean sweep of polling booths around the
University of Otago appears to be a ''significant shift'' in
the student voting base, political lecturer Dr Bryce Edwards
Almost one-third of jobs at the College of Education are set
to be slashed if proposed changes go ahead.
As a major University of Otago building boom draws near,
questions are being asked about the robustness of university
management systems, after cost overruns or pressures
involving several smaller projects.
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