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.
Tuesday night's toga party at Forsyth Barr Stadium has been hailed as a roaring success, with student behaviour singled out for praise by both the University of Otago and OUSA.
Jake Hanrahan (21), from the United States, talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about coming to Dunedin to study.
Perfect weather conditions made for an excellent turnout at the University of Otago's annual sports day at Logan Park yesterday, with about 2500 students turning up to test their athletic prowess.
Shifting O-Week events to Forsyth Barr Stadium last year resulted in a decline in the number of admissions to Dunedin Hospital's emergency department, with the trend expected to continue this year.
TODAY 9am-10.45am: International orientation lecture - St David Lecture Theatre. 10am-4pm: Tent city, museum lawn - featuring shopping and information marquees.
About 45 University of Otago students turned up to a speed flatting session at University College on campus yesterday.
Both police and the University of Otago are happy with behaviour in the student quarter on the first night of O-Week, with no arrests made and parties praised for having a ''generally good atmosphere''.
New University of Otago staff member Dr Freya Higgins-Desbiolles talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about moving to Dunedin and her O-Week plans.
Students should make the most of what Dunedin has to offer beyond just the student quarter, Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull told a group of thousands of first-years at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
The Otago University Students' Association (OUSA) hopes increased awareness about events at Forsyth Barr Stadium this O-Week will mean fewer noise complaints than last year.
TODAY 10am-4pm: Tent city, museum lawn - featuring shopping and information marquees. Noon-2pm: Daily competitions - Basketball Challenge, Maze Race and Slippery Soccer - Union lawn.
OUSA events and communications manager Dan Hendra talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about what it takes to organise O-Week.
Otago University Students' Association president Francisco Hernandez makes the case for student Orientation events at Forsyth Barr Stadium finishing at midnight. He believes communication on the issue has been much better this year.
After expressing initial apprehension when the need for earthquake strengthening at Knox College was announced last year, students returning to the residential hall have been impressed by the refurbishments done over the summer.
OPSA president Rebecca Swindells talks to reporter Vaughan Elder about what O-Week means for polytechnic students.
TODAY 10am-4pm: Tent city, museum lawn - featuring shopping and information marquees.