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 Margarets, 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.
Just in time for the All Blacks - Wallabies rugby games in August 2017, the College arranged for a popular enhancement of the facilities in the Valentine Common Room.
It's the end of August and the promise of spring is in the air. What a wonderful time of the year this is.
As many will know, regular Sunday Formal Dinners are a unique feature of St Margaret's College. This year has been no exception.
Following a recruitment and selection process, the College is pleased to announce the appointment of eight new College Leaders for 2018.
The College's mixed basketball team played in the Inter-college finals on 20 August 2017 against a Uniflats team and achieved a proud second place in the competition.
Two books recently purchased are Ki Te Whaiao for Mori studies, and Being Mortal primarily - but not exclusively - for Medical Students.
Pardon the pun, but my wife, Brenda, and I had a ball at our very first St Margaret's Annual Ball held at the Savoy on Saturday evening, 12 August.
St Margaret's men's futsal team played against Aquinas College on Saturday, 12 August in a fast-moving and exciting game.
Thirteen St Margaret's recipients of the University's prestigious Entrance Scholarship attended a special function hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Harlene Hayne, on 8 August.
The College's Formal Dinner on Sunday, 6 August had an international theme and many of our Members wore their cultural attire.
July 28th heralded the start of the annual St Margaret's ski trip. 60 students bussed down to Queenstown, eager to spend a weekend on some of New Zealands best slopes.
Just a couple of hundred metres down (thankfully!) the hill from the College, the Water of Leith displayed all its glory during Dunedin's deluge of rain in July.
In keeping with the international theme of the Formal Dinner to be held on 6 August, all guests have international backgrounds and two are Chiefs!
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