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Welcome to week 3. Sheesh. Where did the first two weeks go? The T1 Exam Timetable will be released on 21 March! Check your exam time, exam location and venue instructions in myUNE You’ll probably...

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Welcome to week one! Lectures for trimester 1 start today (Monday 5 March)! It’s as good a time as any to get to know your study buddies – the Library and Academic Skills Office We...

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Now that the academic programs are done and dusted, it’s time to review what you’ve learnt and prepare for the upcoming trimester. If you need to have a chat with someone about your studies, drop...

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Welcome to your weekly study guide for Trimester 1, 2018. We hope to give you some tips and tricks each week to help you get into a good study routine as soon as possible as...

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Welcome to week three! Already! It goes fast, doesn’t it? If you are having trouble adjusting to Uni and settling into your studies, you can talk to a Counsellor (it’s free and it’s confidential). You’ll...

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The Frank Archibald Memorial Lecture is an annual event held in honour of Mr Frank Archibald, a revered Aboriginal community member of the Armidale area. Mr Archibald was renowned for his knowledge and interest in...

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The Oorala 30 Open Day – Celebrating 30 Years.  Come along between 10 AM and 3PM today to see:  Performances by Isaiah Firebrace, Rodger & Buddy Knox, Christian Sternbeck & the Birabun Dancers, BackTrack – Paws Up, and the...

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A special Sunset Opening Ceremony will be held at Booloominbah, University of New England tonight (Monday 23 November 2017). Anthony Green, local musician and vocalist for Terra Firma, singing and playing his guitar before the...

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Take a break from your routine and enjoy the Oorala 30 Open Day – Celebrating 30 Years.  Be welcomed as Oorala celebrates its successes with: Performances by Isaiah Firebrace, Rodger & Buddy Knox, Christian Sternbeck & the Birabun Dancers,...

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Oorala is hosting an exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander paintings, works on paper, photographs, sculpture and weavings by practicing artists from across the region. The exhibition will include three bark paintings from the...

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Welcome to week 3. You’ll be getting right into your studies now, and a lot of you will be starting to think about assignments. You can find information for your assignments fast using the library...

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Did you know that you might be eligible for the Murray Darling Basin Authority Indigenous Scholarship? This means you could receive up to $10 000 per year, up to a maximum of $30 000 to...

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The Anaiwan Language Symposium will be held on Wednesday 5 July 2017 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at the UNE Oorala Centre Hosted by the Anaiwan Language Revival Program, in partnership with the UNE Indigenous Students Association, this event...

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Having trouble adjusting to Uni and settling into your studies?  Talk to a  Counsellor – it’s free and confidential.  Appointments can be arranged by calling 02 67732897. Find information for your assignments fast using the library...

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Lectures commence for Trimester 3 – 24 Oct, 2016 Get to know your study buddies – The Library and The Academic Skills Office Use the Vibe in MyUNE to tell us how you’re feeling about your studies. Join the Peer...

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