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Video: Selwyn Ballet and Vice-Chancellor's Christmas Greeting

Video: Selwyn Ballet and Vice-Chancellor's Christmas Greeting

Watch a day in the life of members of the University of Otago's Selwyn Ballet troupe, followed by a Christmas message from the University's Vice-Chancellor Professor Harlene Hayne.

Oval name change

Oval name change

The Dunedin City Council is to rename the University Oval the University of Otago Oval.

University delays building

University delays building

The University of Otago has delayed the start of construction on two of the largest buildings in its more than $600 million building programme.

Pleased with OUSA's influence in city

Pleased with OUSA's influence in city

The soon-to-depart general manager of Otago University Students' Association believes he is leaving the organisation in good shape.

Pin pulled on paint party

Pin pulled on paint party

The pin has been pulled on a paint party planned for the heart of Dunedin's student area in February.

Graduates told: find your thing and do it

Graduates told: find your thing and do it

Some people see sport as a ''futile endeavour of little consequence'', but it can transform people, communities, and nations.

Boost from graduation ceremonies

Boost from graduation ceremonies

Six University of Otago graduation ceremonies and yesterday's record Otago Polytechnic ceremony are pumping several million dollars into the Dunedin economy as out-of-town relatives flock to the city.

First 'doctor of commerce' honoured

First 'doctor of commerce' honoured

The University of Otago will confer its first honorary doctor of commerce degree on retired Dunedin business leader and philanthropist Graeme Marsh today.

Education for twins parallel process

Education for twins parallel process

If University of Otago software engineering student Smitha Keertipati (22) ever needed any advice about her studies she did not have to go far to seek help.

Polytech graduate rewarded for resilience

Polytech graduate rewarded for resilience

Having overcome the daunting challenges of a house fire, motherhood and recent back surgery, Jenna Pope was ''thrilled'' to be graduating from Otago Polytechnic yesterday.

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