Otago Daily Times:

University mural done

University mural done

The first mural to be painted on the University of Otago's campus has been finished.

Money woes could mean fewer students

Money woes could mean fewer students

Aysha Willis has a lot on her plate.

No design school decision

No design school decision

The University of Otago has not made a decision on the fate of its design school more than a month after the end of consultation on its proposed closure.

Graduates defend facility

More graduates have criticised the University of Otago and its proposal to stop offering its design programme.

Foodie fundraiser effective

Foodie fundraiser effective

University of Otago postdoctoral student Dr Htin Lin Aung is happy after a coconut noodle soup and cupcake fundraiser yesterday raised $1988.60 for flood victims in Burma (Myanmar).

The icing on the cake

The icing on the cake

Otago University Students' Association queer support co-ordinator Hahna Briggs had a busy day yesterday.

Call to use different bowel cancer test

Call to use different bowel cancer test

A bowel cancer screening authority is urging a rethink of the method used to detect the deadly disease when a nationwide screening programme is introduced.

Student misbehaviour - blame it on the sunshine?

Student misbehaviour - blame it on the sunshine?

Fine weather could to be blame for a spike in student disciplinary cases in February and March this year, University of Otago proctor Simon Thompson says.

Polytech cutbacks a 'mistake'

Polytech cutbacks a 'mistake'

Otago Polytechnic is making a mistake by planning cuts to its building school as a construction boom is projected to begin, the Tertiary Education Union says.

Denial of discharge lauded

Denial of discharge lauded

A senior policeman has lauded a Dunedin judge for refusing to allow a student to escape conviction for couch burning.

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