Edition #165 - 22 October 2012
If you've been a good studier then we've got a Melbourne Cup day to kick the summer off right and give you a sweet break. For $30 we've got transport to Wingatui Race Course, entry to the races, entry to our own OUSA area, free food, live music including Oleh, a race tipster, pocket friendly drink prices and prizes for best dressed and best fascinator. Tickets are limited so get in to OUSA quick!
OUSA Clubs and Socs Exam specials
$2 Fitness For Fun classes are now on at Unipol Recreation Centre. Revitalise your mind this study season and come along to any class for only $2.
Don’t get caught unprepared!
• InterviewStream allows you to see and hear yourself responding to real interview questions before being in front of an employer
• This virtual interview software lets you practice as much as you like from any computer with an internet connection and a webcam
• Critique yourself or send your webcam recorded interview to the Career Development Centre for professional feedback
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Just log in to the tutorial, enter your email address and password and then click “on “Create Account”. Watch the quick tutorial and you are on your way.
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Book at ITS Reception (ITS building over the river Leith, near Castle Lecture Theatres); Phone 479 8559
The winner of the Humanities Student Phone Video Competition for 2012 was Nell Guy from English who received $1000 for her "English Rap". The second prize of $500 went to Maria Coldin and Helen Alderson with their "Indiana Jones on Campus" video for Archaeology.
Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to everyone who entered. These videos capture your enthusiasm for Humanities subjects, and are used to help us promote these subjects.
If you need a JP before you leave campus, there will be a JP on duty at the University Information Centre each Wednesday; the last day will be Wednesday 5 December.
There will be extra skips out in the next few weeks as you leave your flats and wonder what to do with your belongings. Skips will be out on Friday 26 October, Saturday 27 October, Friday 2 November, Saturday 3 November, Friday 9 November and Saturday 10 November from 9am to 4pm so you can get rid of all that stuff you can’t put out in your black sacks or recycling bins.
If you can, it’s probably best to get rid of your rubbish before 3.30pm, as skips which are taken away to be emptied towards the end of the collection period may not be replaced with a new skip.
If skips located closest to your flat are full, please take your rubbish to another skip.
Reusable goods such as couches and chairs can be picked up for free by local charity shops, so don't leave them on the footpath put them to good use! Maps and info available on the OUSA Facebook page and website.
The DCC will also run extra recycling and DCC rubbish bag collections on Saturdays 27 October, 3 & 10 November. Please make yourself familiar with the DCC rubbish collection service requirements for using DCC rubbish bags only and when to put out your recycling bins. Non-DCC rubbish bags will not be collected.
Thanks for your help to keep north Dunedin clean.
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