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Helen Clark Jun 10
Good to see young stepping forward to contest local elections 🗳 in NZ 🇳🇿 in October. All levels of government need strong voices of women & . Full diversity of society should be reflected in councils. ⁦
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Salient May 26
Replying to @craccum_mag
Closing out, we republished an article from our colleagues on the recent resignation of AUSA President Anand Rama. The notice of resignation follows just nine weeks in the position, citing "personal reasons" for his departure.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @salientmagazine
The Shalom's Student Association has said that freedom of speech and freedom of religion is under threat at VUW. Thomas Campbell outlines statements made at a speaking event and what led to the assertion by co-founder Andrew Iupati.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @salientmagazine
Annabel McCarthy writes about the relaunch of a student-led Thursdays in Black Club at VUW. The movement seeks to raise awareness, promote a zero tolerance culture, and encourage the prevention of sexual harm. Read more about the club's objectives below.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @salientmagazine
The Education Faculty is again moving location, writes Hannah Powell this week. The faculty was relocated in 2016 in tandem with the closure of the VUW Karori campus. Read below on what is planned for faculty's new location below.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @FinnBlackwell
covers the Living Wage Day held at the Hub last week. The event highlighted the need to introduce a living wage to key workers in the university, including tutors and cleaners. Read more below.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @salientmagazine
Kat Buissink writes again on the armed police that Fast Food workers found themselves facing on their picket line last week. The union organised protests are aimed at addressing low pay and unfair staffing practices.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @salientmagazine
Kat Buissink writes on the Teachers' Strike set for this Wednesday. Read below about the demands driving what is set to be the largest-ever strike for teachers in NZ.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @RhiannaMorar
2/2 "Many Māori and Pasifika law students, [...] would not survive law school without the support of Ngā Rangahautira and Pasifika Law Students' Society. As well as our Māori and Pasifika liasons..." - Read Below:
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Salient May 26
NEWS RECAP: 1/2 Jami Kerrigan & write on recent information illustrating the lack of adequate support for Māori students. academics in the faculty and Ngā Rangahautira, the Māori Law Students Association, discussed a wide range of issues facing Māori students.
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Salient May 26
Replying to @Nil_Joel
That IS the clue Nathaniel
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Marlon Drake May 20
Right now at VUW at Kelburn Campus - Living Wage at Vic volunteers prepare for Living Wage Day tomorrow, Thursdays In Black has their campaign launch, and makes signs for Fridays climate strike. Activism is alive and its power is fueled by young people ✊📣
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Salient May 20
Hey , like making the same jokes over and over again? Why not write for ?
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Salient May 19
Replying to @salientmagazine
To close out, Annabelle McCarthy outlines the current responses to the Draft Sexual Harassment Policy Consultation. Public forums praised the new distinctions being outlined, but many are still concerned with the general implementation of the policy.
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Salient May 19
Replying to @FinnBlackwell
brings us this week'sVUWSA exec meeting. Topics included the Living Wage @ VUW club, the launch of the campaign, the proposal of a "Student Assembly", and the outcome of a litany of submissions on the liquor ban at Kelburn Park.
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Salient May 19
Replying to @salientmagazine
Tharisheka Mohan reports on the Vigil held for victims of the Sri Lankan Easter Sunday Attacks on May 8th. The vigil was organized by the Sri Lankan student community at VUW. Read more below.
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Salient May 19
Replying to @FinnBlackwell
In an update to previous news, VUWSA has responded to Provost's Mid-Year Assessment Changes. interviews Student Representation Co-ordinator Joseph Habgood on the concerns the association has for both students and markers. Read below.
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Salient May 19
Replying to @salientmagazine
Te Wharehuia Milroy has passed away aged 81 on May 7th. The stalwart was synonymous with Te Reo Māori to many and his efforts to revitalize the language have been recognized by a long list of colleagues, friends and family in his wake.
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Salient May 19
NEWS RECAP: writes on the reopening of the Te Taiao Nature exhibit, primarily the return of Welly's favourite giant sea creature. Read more below about the exhibit's efforts to highlight our diverse ecosystem and the threats it faces.
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Salient May 16
Ezra Koenig's Neo Yokio is another trip entirely, however.
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