The scaffolding is up in anticipation of next week's start of the third stage of the College's four-year refurbishment programme of the older main building.
Dunedin's present heatwave prompted the Master to convene an outdoor meeting of the Welfare Staff on 31 October, accompanied of course by ice creams from the infamous Rob Roy Dairy.
On Wednesday 18th of October, St Margaret's was lucky enough to receive the best kind of de-stress fix: puppy therapy!
Each Wednesday morning, Expert Breakfasts are held in the Atrium where experts in their respective fields are invited in to discuss what they do and why they do it.
The Master, Dr Charles Tustin, is often asked this question by prospective students and their parents when they tour the College. Here are some of the aspects he highlights when answering the question.
A wonderful sunny and warm day on Thursday, 19 October has enticed our studying students outside.
One of St Margaret’s core values is that of giving, and despite their busy schedules many of our students find the time to give back to the community.
Two St Margaret's members, Melania Napa'a and Valery Liu, received their University of Otago Student Leadership Awards (UOSLA) at a ceremony in the University's Staff Club last week.
The College's Valedictory Dinner took place on Sunday, 8 October and what a wonderful occasion it was.
Following the earlier election of the President and Vice-President of the College's Residents Association, the remaining seven office bearers have been chosen by College Members.
Ten College Members contested the Reynolds Communication Cup and Prize at a special event held at the College on Monday evening, 25 September.
St Margaret's choir sang two items in the eighth Big College Sing held at University College on the evening of Sunday, 24 September 2017.
With the election already under way, it was particularly apposite to have a guest who has been researching New Zealand politics for 30 years.
Beginning in 1997, Members of St Margaret's College have put on an annual concert for Friend-Link Dunedin.
The brainchild of the 2017 Exec President, Xavier Parackal, the College's inaugural Art Competition was held on Sunday, 10 September.
Most people decide to throw a massive party for their 21st birthday, but not me. I decided back in May that I would run 21.1 kms for my 21st!
On Saturday, 9 September, after a creative and impressive election campaign, College Members voted in Brittany Muiznieks and Souhei Chan as the new President and Vice-President respectively of the Executive Committee for 2018.
This is the first of a series of short videos produced in-house by our Librarian, Dr John Cross, and some of our Members. In this first video we take a look at the College's outstanding food service.
Dr Heydon, a Fellow of St Margaret’s, is a historian working as a senior lecturer in the School of Pharmacy.
A recently installed state-of-the-art presentation system has enhanced the capabilities of the College's Study Centre.
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