Hope you survived the first hurdle for SP2 and enjoying the two-week break catching up on assignments 😦
Last week before the break we had two events and thank you to those who participated. Unitopia was held on Wednesday 4th April with free haircuts, free massage, free food and plant making with Michelle Fay, even Barry and his pooch came out from Story Dogs and the president of USASA Jordan Mumford stepped in for a visit from Adelaide. Thank you to Michelle Fay for coordinating the day, appreciate it.
Friday 6th April we headed out to the pac crawl starting at the Spencer Hotel having dinner and drinks, also working on the Pac Crawl bingo, the group struggled finding someone born overseas looking at me for inspiration thinking I was with a name like mine J, also we struggled to find anyone who had completed a Contiki tour so if you don’t know what one is or haven’t done one, put it on your bucket list https://www.contiki.com/au/en?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI37ejlZSn2gIVCAoqCh23BgcjEAAYASAAEgI6V_D_BwE
We decided to open the competition to people outside the group asking random strangers different questions, we even put our bets on to see who would be the first person to drop out of the crawl……anyway we walked to the Bayview Hotel for a couple then headed to the New Whyalla for some Karaoke, some of the students forced to display their hidden talents with the mic J. We then headed to our last destination (Eyre Hotel) for some more socialising and eight ball. Similar to last year, there were some sore heads the following morning. Thank you to those who came out and mingled. Georgia was the eventual winner of the Pac Crawl Bingo handing up the sheet with correct answers, well done.
The new edition of Verse Magazine hit our campus in the week beginning 23 April. The edition currently on campus, Edition 21, features articles on non-conforming love, tips for surviving Uni, the art of Aida Azin and an interview with UniSA alumni Kay Neil. Any UniSA student can submit to Verse. Any style & any topic will be considered. Next submission deadline: April 30 for Issue 22. Submit via: firstname.lastname@example.org
The USASA Grants Program aims to support initiatives that enhance the student experience. Successful initiatives provide opportunities for students to develop the non-academic (or extra-curricular) student experience. USASA Club Grant Program: Clubs can apply for up to $2,500 from the small grants program to support their activities, Marketing Grant: $500, Activity/Equipment Grant, $2,500 – USASA Leadership Grant Program: Students can apply for small grants through the leadership grants program, Leadership Grant: $1,000, Activity Grant, $2,500 Website: usasa.sa.edu.au/grants, Direct your questions to: Bridget Laffy email@example.com and Tegan Jardine firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Event: Involves superheroes on Wednesday 9th May, some negotiating with Paul to do however hopeful it will happen to plan J stay tuned. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62vLtjw4IB8