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Dear old Okeover House – if only it could talk, what stories it would tell. Originally built in the 1860s as the bachelor pad of Alfred John Creyke, the historic homestead was purchased by UC in 1949. Having served many purposes since that time, Okeover now provides office space for UC Science and a hub for the University of Canterbury Alumni Community.
Speaking from UC, where John Key gained a Commerce degree, Head of Political Science and International Relations Bronwyn Hayward says his resignation "changes everything for New Zealand politics".

John Key resignation: Surprise among Christchurch business, rebuild and political leaders

Friday was results day for many students – congratulations to everyone who received good news! If you didn’t get the results you were after, all is not lost. Check out your options for a January start at Summer School – you may be able to make up for lost time and get things back on track.

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The festive season has arrived at UC, with the opening of ‘Best Wishes’ in the Matariki Gallery!

UC exhibition celebrates art of the Christmas card

UC’s Dr Douglas Campbell’s opinion on “de-extinction”: Far better to stop extinctions than reverse them.

Douglas Campbell: We could re-create an extinct species, but should we? - Technology - NZ Herald News

Congratulations to UCArts student Josiah Tualamali'i who won the Air New Zealand Leadership & Inspiration Award at the 2016 Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Awards at Parliament yesterday!

UC student wins PM's Pacific Youth leader award

Woohoo – sun's out! Happy first day of summer everyone!
Forest Taane Morton has had a university experience to envy: “I’ve done internships, volunteering, found relevant clubs and societies, taken interesting courses. I’ve had leadership roles and I’ve gone on exchange to another country.” Here’s her UC Me story.

What are you studying and why?

I'm doing a double degree in Law, Politics and Psychology. I want to be a police detective. That's been...
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This Saturday, the UC Christchurch Youth Orchestra and UC Consortia present a programme of exciting and enchanting music by Dukas, Pachelbel, Strauss, Brahms, Warlock, Britten and Vivaldi! We're counting the days!

UC Christchurch Youth Orchestra and Consortia present: ‘Collaborations'

Congratulations and good luck to UC Sportswoman and Sport Coaching student Katelyn Inch, who is making her debut for the Blackjacks at the World Bowls Tournament in Christchurch this week!

Youngest Blackjack Katelyn Inch set for World Bowls debut alongside her coach

UC Science geologists investigating fault ruptures have discovered dramatic changes in the landscape near Waiau.

Earthquake: Pictures show huge walls of land rose after quake in Waiau

Taking on the highly competitive clothing industry isn’t a typical next move for a recent UC Engineering graduate, but then, Peak to Plateau founder Stefan Warnaar didn’t go to the Tibetan Plateau looking for a well beaten path.

Student entrepreneur crowdfunds yak-wool clothing

The UC Sustainability Community has been running a coffee cup composting trial since 2014. The trial is now at an end, but coffee-cup composting is not – in fact, we're just getting started. Find out more at [ Goo.gl Link ]
10 UC students are currently in Beijing as part of UCArts’ Global Awareness Summer Programme. Spending 3 weeks at Peking University, the students are undertaking courses on Chinese language, culture and history, as well as field trips and activities around Beijing. Here are a few snaps from students and staff on the road - thanks for sharing guys!
Rebecca Fitzgerald is studying towards a PhD in Volcanology with UC Science. Her research on ballistics is taking her to some spectacular locations – check out this footage from a recent trip to Mt Yasur, Vanuatu.
Congratulations to UC Science Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Wendy Lawson, who won the Professional of the Year Award at the recent New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards at Te Papa!

UC Pro-Vice-Chancellor wins geospatial award

At a gala dinner hosted by the Royal Society of New Zealand, UC Professor Rick Millane was awarded the TK Sidey Medal for his contributions to methods for imaging biological molecules. PhD student Michelle Goodman was awarded a scholarship for her research on understanding Alzheimer's disease.

UC academic awarded for biomolecular imaging work

The 2016 season of University Challenge NZ is underway and after taking down AUT in round one, team UC is primed for the big local derby against Lincoln University! See how they go this Saturday, 6pm on Prime TV.
UC's Dr Matthew Hughes introduces a new phenomenon that he says is “absolutely amazing and very precious both scientifically and as a potential visitor attraction for Kaikoura.”

Bubbling phenomenon in Kaikoura could signal attraction for tourists and scientists

Lee Richardson is a studying Design at Ilam School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury. We had a chat about his experiences and the support he receives to ensure being dyslexic doesn’t stop him from getting the most out of his degree.

Q: What are you studying?

A: Fine Arts, majoring in Design. It's a broad degree with general BA subjects as well so it opens up a lot of future...
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