Macklemore gig at stadium highlight of week

Hadley Van Schaik (18), who moved to Dunedin from Invercargill, made the most of his O-Week super...
Hadley Van Schaik (18), who moved to Dunedin from Invercargill, made the most of his O-Week super pass by going along to almost all of the week's big events. Photo by Gregor Richardson.
Studholme College first-year resident Hadley Van Schaik (18) talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about what he enjoyed most about O-Week.

Q: What O-Week events did you go to?
A:
I got a super pass so I went to almost everything. I was at the toga party, the comedy show and Macklemore. I thought I may as well go to everything seeing as I bought the ticket and all the events looked pretty exciting. I will also be going to the Highlanders v Chiefs game [last night].

Q: What was the highlight of the week?
A:
The Macklemore gig on Thursday night was awesome - it was probably my highlight so far. I am a fan of Macklemore so it was really good to see him. He was awesome live and it was great atmosphere at Forsyth Barr Stadium.

Q: Has the week served as a good introduction to life in Dunedin?
A:
Yeah, definitely. You meet lots of new people and you walk around Dunedin and see lots of people that you know from other halls. It's a good way to meet new people.

Q: Are you ready to get into study?
A:
It's going to be hard making the adjustment into study after this week, but it will probably be nice to have a wee rest and get into a routine again and have a few early nights.

Q: Do you think the week has been well organised?
A:
Yes, I think the week has been well organised. They have all been really good activities.

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