About 3500 students packed into Forsyth Barr Stadium for the O-Weeek Toga Party last night
What is your role in organising O-Week?
Tickets for O-Week are selling strongly, with all 2000 super passes taken yesterday, Otago University Students' Association events and communications manager Dan Hendra says.
TODAY 10am-4pm: Tent city, featuring shopping and information marquees and free giveaways - museum lawn.
A couple of University of Otago graduates recall Dunedin's campus life in the 1990s as times of slavery and flea pits - a unique experience today's campus lacks. But they tell Shawn McAvinue why they would recommend the campus.
Fear of the University of Otago proctor and careful organisation of events has resulted in better behaviour during recent O-Weeks.
Flavours from around the world drew hundreds of people to the Otago Museum lawn on Saturday.
Labour's ambitions to create stronger polytechnics was boosted yesterday when staff and students were offered strength-building sustenance in the form of free sausages and vegetable patties.
An incident in which two students fell off the roof of the same flat within minutes of each other on Monday night should serve as a reminder for students to think before they act during O-Week.
Police and the University of Otago are warning students not to ''overdo it'' this O-Week, with those who misbehave risking serious consequences - including exclusion from the university.
Studholme College first-year resident Hadley Van Schaik (18) talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about what he enjoyed most about O-Week.
Now in its 83rd year, the Student Christian Movement book exchange has become an institution of O-Week, with students coming back each year to save money on textbooks.
A wave of success swept through the stadium and riding on top of it, with an arm waving in the air, was Macklemore singing: ''I wear your granddad's clothes, I look incredible, I'm in this big ass coat, From that thrift shop down the road''.
A cooking competition held as part of O-Week yesterday went some way to disproving the reputation of scarfies as being lousy in the kitchen.
Caped Christchurch crusader Flat Man thought he had seen the most devastated homes imaginable in the wake of the Canterbury earthquakes. But nothing could prepare him for the student flats of Dunedin.
TODAY 10am-4pm: Tent city, museum lawn - featuring shopping and information marquees. 10am-5pm: Student Christian Movement textbook exchange - All Saints' Hall, 786 Cumberland St Nth.
Whether you were into meditation or hunting large animals, there was something for everyone at the Otago University Students' Association's (OUSA) Clubs Day yesterday.