Kia Ora! As President I will fight for later and wider bus services for students, to improve the academic support available to international students, and to provide more free and cheap food options on campus. As students struggle with mental health and dodgy landlords, we will work to build a stronger campus community and empower students to claim their rights as renters. I am passionate about student voices being heard, and as MUSA Welfare Officer I worked to get free food on campus and start up our lifeskills workshops. Vote for an engaged and proactive MUSA that listens to you!
I guess I’m an art student starter pack. Goes to local music shows, works on student radio, studies English, writes poetry… I’m involved in the art community, helped with Sad by Sad Festival in Wellington, and ran a poetry event for MUSA’s Arts and Cultures Fest. Volunteering on Radio Control has given me experiences to work with a diverse range of people. I’m also on the Badminton Club’s student board. Involvement in student run activity has pushed me to discuss issues, negotiate, and put forward solutions. That’s what I want to do for you, with the rest of the MUSA team.
Hey, I’m Gary, otherwise known as GP; a BSc Zoology major trying(!!!) to work towards a Vet degree. Since Sem. 1 I have been a MUSA Class Rep and am incredibly passionate about student issues; I’m bubbly, I’m fun and I get the job done! :P. I am wanting to run for MUSA Executive because I believe all students should have the best Uni experience possible. The areas I’m particularly interested in improving are on-campus health and disability services, making academic support more consistent across colleges, LGBT issues, and strengthening the student voice at the classroom level.