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September 20, 2021

University Rejects Universal Grade Bump for Semester Two

The University of Auckland has ruled out a universal grade bump for this semester. Despite clear demand from AUSA, and almost 5000 signatories on a student […]
September 8, 2021

University of Auckland to Continue Online Teaching for Remainder of Semester Two

The University has decided to remain in online teaching and learning mode for the rest of Semester Two, regardless of Alert Levels. In an email to […]
August 31, 2021

From the Wellbeing Ambassadors

It’s at the stage of the semester when deadlines are no longer 2 weeks away, but are 2 days away, IC0 is starting to look a […]
August 27, 2021

AUSA Presidency Spotlight: Alofa So’olefai

Tuākana Mentor and AUSA Presidential Candidate Alofa So’olefai is under the Craccum spotlight this week, and discusses her goals and policies should she be elected to […]
August 27, 2021

Broadcasting Standards Authority Rejects 95bFM Complaint

A complaint about a 95bFM promo that includes a long-time used string of swear words has not been upheld. ‘F***-knuckles, c**k and piss, balls, thank you’. […]
August 24, 2021

24 August – Official Locations of Interest Around UoA City Campus Grows: Includes Subway and Forte Convenience

This morning, the Ministry of Health added Subway (25 Symonds St) as an official Location of Interest. This is the closest Subway to UoA campus, across […]
August 24, 2021

COVID-19 Testing Centre Now Available in Auckland CBD

A walk-in COVID-19 testing centre is opening today at the Victoria Street Car Park (enter off Kitchener Street). Demand for testing in the area increased after […]
August 22, 2021

Seven-Day Extension to Coursework Assessments

The University of Auckland will be granting a blanket seven-day extension on coursework assessments for the upcoming week, excluding tests and quizzes. Vice-Chancellor Dawn Freshwater communicated […]