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Mental Health Day

by Waikato Students' Union | May 14, 2015 | Uncategorized
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by Waikato Students' Union | May 14, 2015 | Uncategorized

President’s Column: WE WANT YOU

by Waikato Students' Union | April 20, 2015 | Representation, Uncategorized

  Do you have a passion for student culture, a drive to help others, and a lack of shame that would astound the general public? If so, boy, do we have the job for you. The Waikato Students’ Union is on the lookout for two new directors to fill vacancies on our board. As a […]


Club Spotlight: Feminists @ Waikato

by Waikato Students' Union | April 17, 2015 | Clubs

Feminists @ Waikato   Who are you and what do you want? Feminists @ Waikato is a group that came together late 2014 to fill an on campus void for feminist social action. The only guideline to entry is that you must believe in gender equality. That’s it! We’re a friendly bunch of students from […]


Advocacy: Temporary Housing Options

by Waikato Students' Union | May 25, 2015 | Advocacy

  Your lease has come to an end, the landlord has kicked you out, or you’ve just found out that your weird flatmate pees in a bottle so he doesn’t have to leave his World of Warcraft game. Whatever the reason, moving out can put a lot of stress on you, and often it’s not […]


Club Spotlight: The Hillary Scholars Club

by Waikato Students' Union | May 25, 2015 | Uncategorized

The Hillary Scholars ClubWhat is the purpose of your club? The Hillary Scholars Club (HS Club) is a non profit organisation consisting of current Sir Edmund Hillary Scholars. The club work alongside the Himalayan Trust – Sir Ed’s Trust fund that aids and develops education systems and health care in the Nepalese community. The Hillary […]

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