OUSA

Four OUSA resignations bring by-election

A mass by-election is being held after more than a third of Otago University Students' Association executive resigned within a month.

OUSA surplus more than $500,000

The Otago University Students' Association remains in a solid financial position, and ran an operating surplus of more than $500,000 last year.

Happy birthday, dear OUSA ...

Happy birthday, dear OUSA ...

The Otago University Students' Association celebrated its 124th birthday in style yesterday with president Ruby Sycamore-Smith blowing out the candles on a massive cake.

Education officer

Laura Harris is the Otago University Students' Association's new education officer after a by-election this week.

Govt's university council plan slammed

Govt's university council plan slammed

The Government's decision to shrink university councils and get rid of mandatory staff, student and union membership has been slammed as a ''power grab'' and ''an attack on democracy''.

O-Week 'massive show' for city

O-Week 'massive show' for city

The students are back in town and set to revel in a week of fun that has become the envy of those studying outside Dunedin.

Students get political in run-up to election

Students get political in run-up to election

Faster internet and fair student support are two key issues for students, writes Ruby Sycamore-Smith, the 2014 president of the Otago University Students' Association.

Leaving on high note

Leaving on high note

A lack of work for graduates means former Otago University Students' Association president Francisco Hernandez is heading to Wellington.

Work in progress

Work in progress

Signal construction manager David Driver stands in the Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) Recreation Centre, formerly known as the Clubs and Societies building, which is being renovated as part of a $2 million upgrade.

Seeking a national role

Seeking a national role

The Otago University Students' Association president has promised to fight to make student rights an election issue if chosen as president of the national students' association.

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