Positive wellbeing supports your educational achievement Your university, and the Code of Pastoral Care, works to ensure you have a support system. This means that you should be: • safe, physically, and mentally • respected for who you are • supported in your learning and wellbeing • connected with your social and cultural networks and • able to have your say in decisions about services. If you have concerns about your wellbeing that aren’t being met, or you want to make a complaint, talk to your university or student association first. If it’s unresolved, NZQA is here to help.
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WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE
Letter from the Editor. Hey Team! Welcome back or, if you are new, welcome to Lincoln. We here at LUSA hope you had a fantastic summer and managed to hit up a few festies. We are excited to have you join us at Lincoln for 22’ as we all muddle our way through these crazy new ways of life. Don’t worry, we’ll be right here to support you through. I am your RAM editor and let me tell you, your contributions to RAM are what make it great. So, I want to hear from you, whatever you have to share. There are loads of ways to get involved in RAM from writing about your experiences, submitting short stories, poems, artwork, club events, yarns, honestly, the opportunities are endless. So go forth, study hard, stay healthy, party responsibly, and have a fantastic time at uni!
Contents. President’s Welcome / 04 2022 LUSA Exec / 06 Te Awhioraki Exec / 10 Red-Light O’Week/ 12 Young Farmers Club / 16 Tinder Does Work / 24 Meet the VC / 30 Time Wasters / 36
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FROM YOUR PRESIDENT
Jeremy Kilgour Kia ora, I am the Lincoln University Students Association (LUSA) President for 2022. To all the new students, welcome to Lincoln! To all the current students, welcome back! I hope you have had a great summer and are ready to get into studying! Summer has been awesome this year. There has been some amazing weather along with some rain here and there to keep the farmers happy. We have been very lucky to actually have a summer with covid lingering around. Hopefully, it stays this way so we can have a wicked year! To make sure we don’t go into lockdown keep wearing your mask, social distance where possible and sign in. For those who don’t know me or don’t know much about me, I am studying a Bachelor of Agricultural Science with an Honours degree. I am studying part-time in 2022 while being your President. I am a rural fella, having been brought up on a farm in Oxford, North Canterbury. My hobbies include getting out on the farm to do a hard day’s work, driving trucks and tractors, and keeping fit by going hunting and drinking Speights (got to work those biceps and forearms somehow). LUSA has a cracker year set out for you! Although O’ Week can’t go ahead as it usually does, we have opportunities to have fun, make friends and score some free stuff including kai! During the year, we have heaps of free food to give away along with other events during the year that you will no doubt love including the Famous Garden Party. (Fingers crossed we can hold these types of events!) LUSA’s job is to make sure that every student has the best possible experience they can at Lincoln. We do this through our awesome events (if covid allows), facilitating clubs and societies, advocating and representing, providing support and advice, and providing financial assistance if you’re struggling to pay bills. We also give away heaps of free food throughout the year and run the RAM magazine. The RAM magazine is a great way to see what students, clubs, and societies are up to. We are always wanting student articles in the magazine, so if you have anything to contribute hit us up! It can be anything from what’s happening in your life at Lincoln, what you have liked, not liked, and even some juicy goss about what happened at the flat or in the halls. We have two executive positions open for 2022 – Post Graduate Rep and General Rep (Engagement and Media). If you are interested, flick me an email or come see me in the office. The role includes being the face of the students, representing students in many ways such as on various committees, and sitting on LUSA’s board which provides governance that dictates how LUSA operates. It is a great leadership opportunity, and you also get paid $5,000! If you have a query about absolutely anything, we are more than happy to help you! You can get in touch with me, the exec, or our friendly staff. Our office is on the ground floor of the Forbes building so pop in and see us. You can find contact details on LUSA’s website, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Let’s have a banger of a year!
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Write to the LUSA President about what’s on your mind and get a response in the next issue of RAM.
Here we go ladies and gents, let’s get our hands dirty talking about the big or small issues that make the world go round. Send through your thoughts, feelings, opinions, queries, objections, questions, or comments, and let’s fill these pages up with debate and discussion. We truly value what each and every one of you has to say, so this is an awesome chance to have your voice heard or ask the tough questions, and for me to respond in an honest transparent forum. So out your thoughts to paper (or email), and send your good stuff to email@example.com!
Articles Have you done some cool stuff lately? We want to hear about it!
Clubs Noticeboard Let everyone know when your next club event is on, or write about your latest club trip.
For more info visit www.theram.org.nz To submit a piece email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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sufficient help and resources to complete their studies to the best of their ability during these unprecedented times. Finally, I will be working alongside the rest of the 2022 exec and staff to organise events, and provide student support and the odd bit of free food to maximise the overall student experience at Lincoln as well as ensuring the Uni continues to evolve and provide a world-leading experience for students. Look forward to a good year!
Vice-President Kia Ora, my name is Cameron Butterworth. I am starting my fourth year studying Agricultural Science. I’m 21 years old and have a passion for the outdoors, sport, and the agricultural industry. Before my time at Lincoln, I represented New Zealand in BMX and rock climbing, alongside working on a farm and as a zipline guide/medic at skyline Rotorua throughout my school years. Last year I was lucky enough to be the Chairman of the Lincoln University Hunting Club and have thoroughly enjoyed working alongside fellow students and LUSA to organise club trips, events, and safe firearm storage for first-year students. This leadership role led me to run for the Vice President role for LUSA 2022. Now elected I believe that I will bring strong leadership, social skills, ideas, and energy to the 2022 exec that will allow me to work well both individually and in a team. I also feel that I am engaged with a wide range of students at Lincoln, from first-years to post grads. This high level of student engagement is something I will strive to develop and promote within the LUSA exec throughout the year. By increasing student engagement of both myself and LUSA, it will help to ensure students of all ages, cultures, and study programs feel comfortable approaching LUSA with ideas, feedback, personal/academic issues, or just for a good old yarn. During my time in this role, my goals include continuing the work done previously by LUSA to promote, support, and assist the wide range of clubs as well as club collabs with other university clubs. I also aim to support students of all year levels to ensure that they receive
Vivian Wang Secretary Happy New Year! My name is Vivian (Ziwei Wang) and I am secretary this year to provide support to the student community and see more of us reach our potential. I’m originally from Dalian, China. I have been studying at Lincoln University since 2016, completing a Bachelor of Environment and Society, and am currently doing postgraduate studies in IT. I live a full life caring for myself, my family, friends, and my community. I am also a trainee instructor at LU gym and am always energetic and committed to a healthy lifestyle. I am honoured to have this opportunity to serve LUSA and the Lincoln University student community on the executive team. FYI, if you have also made some fitness New Year’s resolutions, come join me and my amazing mentor, Penelope, every Tuesday lunchtime and/or Thursday morning for a total body workout, and don’t forget to check out other fantastic fitness classes that are offered by the LU gym, that are FREE for members. All the instructors are so welcoming and professional. We’ll have fun and get fit at the same time!
Andrew Bateup General Rep Hey, my name is Andrew Bateup. I am in my fourth year studying for a Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture) and have previously completed a Diploma in Agriculture and a Diploma in Farm Management. I am from a farm in Waikato but have grown to love being in the South Island, where I enjoy fourwheel driving, photography, and everything else it has to offer. What drove me to come to Lincoln was having two gap years beforehand where I was exposed to the agricultural sector in many forms, such as dairy, agricultural contracting, cropping, and even completing a harvest in Australia. I decided to join the LUSA exec as I believe it is one of the best ways to help give students the best possible experience while at Lincoln University. My role as the Wellbeing Student Rep for LUSA is a role I am looking forward to, as I enjoy talking to others about what we can do to help them and make their time at university better, even if it is just a small thing. Lincoln University is a highly diverse campus with students involved in a range of study areas. My aim would be to see students from every aspect of Lincoln University have a voice that contributes to the decisions that we as students help make. If you see me around campus, feel free to come to have a chat!
Katie Blows General Rep Kia ora! My name is Katie, and I am currently in the second year of my Bachelor of Environment and Society. I’m super honoured to be on the LUSA team and look forward to the growth that this next year can bring! I’m stepping into the role of Sustainability Rep., and a couple of things I’d love to be a part of cultivating include a thriving composting plan, and for our University to become more conscious and active in addressing our emissions and options for renewable energy, some of which is already in progress which is amazing! I’m also keen to see cross-campus collaboration over Canterbury which I believe offers potential for connections and learning and is beneficial for co-working and unity. Stoked to be on board and amped to get alongside more initiatives that can bring us towards a more sustainable campus, yeeww!
Samantha Smalling International Rep Welcome to the 2022 academic year. I am Samantha, and I will be your International Representative for this academic year. I am looking forward to working with our diverse international community here at Lincoln University. During the summer holidays, I was able to put pen to paper and recorded some of the ideas I would like to execute while in this position. I am also keeping a listening ear and a relatively flexible plan to accommodate the needs of the
international students as best as possible. Our first event is an international morning tea on March 10, 2022. Covid is still a word we are saying in 2022 and I’m sure it’s not news to anyone. With that being said, we are learning to live and continue life and life’s plans. Hence, all the plans that are made this year or subject to change. According to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus “change is the only constant in life.” So, cheers to a wonderful year ahead, and may this year be the one that you realize your dream.
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Harris Moana Tumuaki E aku rau Rangatira maa, ngaa mhi o te tau hou kia kotuou katoa. Nau mai haere mai ki Te. Whare Wānaka o Aoraki, ki te ako. My name is Harris Moana and I’ve been fortunate enough to be selected as the Tumuaki for the Maaori students at Te Whare Waananga o Aoraki for 2022. Originally from the Waikato region, I attended high school at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton from years 9–13 before moving down south. This year I will be entering into my 3rd year studying a Bachelors of Agriculture Science. I chose to study at Te Whare Waananga o Aoraki because I enjoyed being in the outdoors and on a farm. The science aspect occurred because I found doing experiments and watching explosive reactions occur fascinating. I decided to run for Tumuaki so that I could continue the work done by past Tumuaki’s and help strengthen the whanaungatanga within the Maaori students at LU. Having that feeling of being surrounded by others the same as they help you feel more comfortable, so being able to provide that feeling of whanaungatanga to new, current, and future Maori students is something I aim to do during my time at LU. For 2022 the Te Awhioraki exec is relatively young but keen and eager to provide and support the Maaori students alongside Te Manutaki for 2022. To the new students, I’m a student like you so I understand the nerves and stress the uni life can give, but I’ll always be open for a koorero whenever you need it! Overall, I hope that you enjoy your time studying at Te Whare Waananga o Aoraki and have a solid productive year. 10
I am a third-year student currently studying for a Bachelor of Commerce (Agribusiness & Professional Accounting). I attended Hamilton Boys High School before coming to university. I play basketball for Lincoln University and played throughout high school. I bring a positive attitude and a great work ethic to Te Awhioraki. Through these qualities, I believe I will be able to contribute to the strides we are going to make for the Maori student body this year. I hope to see Maori student pass rates continue to improve and get more Maori students graduating. If you see me around campus, please come and say hello and if you need any assistance come and see any of the Te Awhioraki Executives. We are here to help!
Brooklyn Greer-Atkins Tumuaki Tuarua Kia Ora Lincoln whanau, My name is Brooklyn Greer-Atkins, and I am Vice Tumuaki (vice president) for Te Awhioraki this year. I come from a small town in the North Island called Bulls. I grew up there however, I went to high school at New Plymouth Boys’ High. I enjoy playing rugby, going skiing, and hitting up the beach. This will be my second year at Lincoln University studying for a Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture). My goals for the year are to help Maori students around uni to come together throughout the year and to create a fun, easy-going culture for not just Maori students, but for everyone to be a part of. So, if you want to have a good time and meet awesome people get in touch with our team at Te Awhioraki. We welcome all and look forward to meeting lots of new faces!
Ellis Watson Kaimahi
Kia ora, My name is Ellis Watson, I’m 19 years old about to start my second year of Bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness and Food Marketing. I was brought up alongside my three sisters in a car seat on the back of the four-wheeler and swinging from the calf shed rafters on the farm. The first goal on my checklist is to decide which part of the primary production industry I most enjoy and want to pursue further. Another one of my goals for this year is to develop my networking skills which will benefit my role within Te Awhioraki as kaimahi. My last goal is to stay fit with the motivation of playing sports. Through different leadership roles, playing in sports teams, and working in various work environments, I have gained strong communication, teamwork, and problemsolving skills which are qualities I can bring to Te Awhioraki throughout 2022. I look forward to seeing what 2022 brings for us.
Travis O’Boyle Kaituhituhi
Kia Ora Koutou, My name is Travis O’Boyle, and I am excited to be part of the 2022 Te Awhioraki Māori Students’ Association Team. I grew up in Te Waipounamu whilst also being fortunate to spend time up in the Te Ika-ā-Māui. 2022 will see me enter my second year of studying a Bachelor of Land and Property Management. Growing up around the country and farming, Lincoln University (LU) was my first choice. LU is an excellent space in which the primary industry is innovative and exciting; that is why I wanted to come here to learn. I wanted to be a part of Te Awhioraki because of the opportunity and potential to enhance the
Kaimahi Ngā Mihi o te tau hou e te whanau, Ko Katarina ahau, I am happy to be on board with Te Awhioraki as a Kaimahi. I am from Christchurch and am currently in my second year studying a Bachelor of Land and Property Management. Previously I have been in a position of leadership advocating for Tauira Māori during my time at high school. Being involved with Te Awhioraki this year means that I can continue supporting and improving the university experience for tauira Māori here at Lincoln University. As a student I think finding a sense of belonging is vital, therefore we must be able to provide a safe space as well as create a whānau atmosphere for all tauira Māori to connect and identify with at Lincoln University. Ngā mihi nui!
experience for Māori students at LU. We, as a team, want to bring people together and have a positive space where people feel welcomed and can enjoy the Māori culture, no matter how much time or understanding you have of it. 2022 is an exciting year as the executive has many plans in the pipeline and is super eager to work around the everchanging learning environment that COVID provides. As semester 1 starts, I look forward to meeting you all. So come down to the whare and have some kai and a catch-up. Look out for the events coming up soon and enjoy your start to the semester. Nāku nā, teawhioraki
HOW TO HAVE THE
Starting Uni can be really overwhelming — a new campus that feels like another world, new faces everywhere, new classes, and a new sense of autonomy around your studies. Chances are, you’re feeling like a small fish in a very big pond! But this is your chance to find a possibility in this important milestone in your life! Once again, this year’s O’Week hasn’t gone to plan, with reduced size gatherings and a myriad of red tape to go through to give you the best start to Uni, but we’ve compiled some tips just to make a start at Uni-life.
1. JUST SAY “HI”
One of the best things about Uni is that you will meet some amazing people and most of them are just as new to this whole Uni thing as you are. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, to mingle, put yourself out there and say “Hi”. You might just meet your new best friend!
2. SOME STUFF WILL SUCK
You won’t love everything...and that’s ok. Maybe you won’t like a lecturer, a class, or some of your classmates, and it’s fine. Don’t let that ruin your Uni experience and don’t let it deter you from accomplishing your goals. Remember that you’re here to make something of yourself, to get an education, and it’s not always going to be just fun and games. 12
3. S TAY SAFE
Uni years are the best, this new feeling of freedom like we’re untouchable and that we can do just about everything without anything bad ever happening to us. But unfortunately, that is not the case, which is why you will need to take precautions at all times. The classics apply here like, use a condom, don’t walk on country roads at night alone, don’t start a fight, get your yearly check-ups, don’t drink too much, pour your own drinks, get your drugs checked, don’t end up in ED... you know the drill!
4. FIND YOUR PASSION
Find something that you’re passionate about and focus some of your attention, energy, and time on it. Clubs and other activities will prove as a great escape from the daily rut and the joys of COVID life, plus you’ll get to meet heaps of new people. Check out the stalls during O’Weeks, Clubs Market Day for info about the clubs and societies. You can have a chat with other students there about what’s what. Our website also has a list of what’s available.
It is very important for your mental health and performance that you feel on top of situations. This can be really hard during these times. This can only be achieved if you are highly organised and keep an updated calendar. I love lists, so make a to-do list, or simply have a notebook where you can write down your tasks, homework, and plans. Anything that you think will help you stay on top of your game. Reaching out and knowing where to find help when things change, can be a massive gamechanger. Check out our ‘Wellbeing Guide’ available on Page 23.
5. DON’T FORGET YOUR FOLKS
Your parents actually love you and their happiness depends on your happiness! Sad, I know. Just because you’re no longer mummies lil’ boy and you’re no longer living at home, doesn’t mean that they’re no longer part of your life. Call your parents regularly, keep them in the loop, and be kind to them.
7. HAVE FUN!
Uni truly is the best time of your life. You’re young, don’t have many responsibilities, you’re surrounded by awesome friends, you feel as if you’ve got all the time in the world (and trust me, that feeling goes away pretty quickly in the real world), you’re no longer living with your parents and so many other things that make Uni so damn cool! Have fun and work on those stories you’ll inevitably tell your grandchildren. Stay safe, have fun, and invest in your future!
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WHAT’S ON: 16TH FEB
POSTGRAD & CO. MORNING TEA 10AM–11.30PM GROUNDED
23RD FREE KAI FEB 12.30PM–1.30PM, FORBES LAWN BURGERS
CLUB SEMINAR 2PM–3PM
CLUBS MARKET 10AM–2PM FORBES LAWN
24TH FOOD TRUCK PICNIC FEB 12.30PM–1.30PM, FORBES LAWN SUBSIDISED LUNCH FROM FOOD TRUCKS, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
22ND OUTDOOR CINEMA FEB 2PM–11PM FORBES LAWN FREE KAI 12.30PM–1.30PM, FORBES LAWN DOMINOS PIZZA
25TH POSTGRAD & CO. WINE TASTING FEB MIXER 3PM–6.30PM, LARCOMB VINEYARD BUSES FROM GATE 1 TO AND FROM VENUE AVAILABLE BUY TICKETS FROM HUMANITIX FREE KAI 12.30PM–1.30PM, FORBES LAWN MUFFINS & COFFEE VOUCHERS
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Joining a club is one of the best ways to enjoy your time at Uni. Clubs are an excellent way to make friends, enjoy activities, and learn things you won’t learn in a lecture theatre. Employers often look at extracurricular activities as an important gauge of a student’s interpersonal, organisational, problemsolving, and time-management skills.
Fancy Starting a Club? If you can’t find a club you want to join, you can start one! Visit lusa.org.nz/starting-a-club for more info or pop into LUSA.
Promote Your Club Here! This space is for your club to share info about your upcoming events or to promote your club to get more members, or write about what you’ve been up to!
LUSA’s Club House The LUSA Club House is your ideal meeting space for club events, pot lucks, AGM’s etc. The space is for the students and their affiliated Club, so let’s use it! It’s got a meeting space, cooking facilities, and beaut yard for some Back Yard Cricket! It’s right beside the corner of Calder Drive and Ellesmere Junction Road. To book, or to have a look, just get in touch with LUSA at email@example.com
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Written by Grace Moscrip
As a club, we encompass networking opportunities, fundraising events, professional development, and most of all heaps of fun and socialising! No matter your level of involvement with farming, Lincoln Young Farmers has something to offer everyone! Whether you are from a rural or urban background, we guarantee you will gain something from our awesome club - friendships, knowledge, job opportunities, personal development just to name a few.
Well, well, well, where do we start? Arguably, Lincoln Young Farmers will be the highlight of your uni career, so if you aren’t a member already, here’s what we are all about!
Our 180 financial members are like-minded individuals with the drive and passion to help future proof and make a positive difference in the primary sector. Our 2022 calendar is packed full of events including the Hunting Competition, Speed Shear, Bark Up (fundraising events) as well as two-weekend trips and two-day trips where we get out and about networking within the rural community. We encourage you to get involved and help organise some of these events as it is a great opportunity to develop your networks, leadership, and communication skills. We would love to have you onboard!
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The biggest drawcard for Lincoln Young Farmers would have to be our culture. Great yarns, awesome experiences, refreshing brews, and members who feel like family. Our culture is the heart of the club and is the reason for the success and enjoyment in the past and will continue to grow in the future. This year our committee is here for our members. We aim to make decisions that meet the needs of our members and are always seeking your input, ideas, and feedback. We strive to build on the legacy left by past committees and members by honoring popular traditions and adding some new and exciting twists. We can’t wait to kick off 2022 and are excited to see new and returning club members at our first gettogether on Monday 28 February - meet and greet from 6.30pm, starting at 7pm. Come and hear what an awesome year LYF has planned for you and get to know some new faces. There is also a great opportunity for a 1st first-year student to join our executive team as the 1st Year, Representative. This opportunity will be up for grabs in the first few weeks! Hear what this entails from the horse’s mouth at our first meeting as well as details about our first-weekend trip away to the Otago region. See you there!
FOR A FLYING START TO UNI LIFE.
Written by Abbey Dowd
The Lincoln University Hunting Club is a group of awesome people who love to experience the outdoors while learning new skills and making new friends and memories. The Hunting Club consists of students and non-students of all backgrounds and caters to all levels of experience and interest. We’ve organised many trips and events throughout the years which give students the chance to experience the awesome South Island, whether it be through climbing up hills, meeting up at BBQs or joining in club fundraisers around the region. Our trips range from day trips around Canterbury to 3-4 day trips which take us deep into remote South Island hill country. The trips may be targeting large game such as Tahr and Deer to pest control such as wallabies and rabbits. The types of trips occur on both public and private land. If this sounds like a bit of you no matter your experience we welcome you to our first club meeting of the year at Grounded Cafe on the 1st of March. Come have a look and chat to us about our ventures doing our part in conservation, harvesting organic meat for your flat, or getting a break from halls meals to make some awesome memories and friends! The first trip is on the second weekend of March and is one not to miss!
Become a Student Rep For Your Course! Tono mai kia tū koe hei mākai o kā tauira!
“Okay, so… what now?” Talk to your lecturer to nominate yourself! For more information email Kate, LUSA’s Student Advocacy and Voice Coordinator (SAV) firstname.lastname@example.org
What does LUSA do?
Advice & Support
Clubs & Societies
At some point, we all need support. We specialise in academic, financial and personal support. And if we don’t know, we will point you in the right direction.
We are committed to bringing you awesome, all inclusive events. From Garden Party to specific events for Postgrads, there is something for every student.
We love our Clubs and Societies. They are an excellent way to make friends, get involved in activities and events, network with industry people and learn.
We make sure the information you need to know is easily accessible. We also provide RAM magazine, a platform for you to share your opinions and experiences.
From the Student Exec to Class and Halls Reps, we are all about making sure the student voice is heard.
LUSA provides a FREE emergency menstrual bank. So if you are ever caught short, pop into LUSA and we will get you sorted!
We understand that sometimes things happen unexpectedly, so LUSA has got some savings to help you back on your feet.
If you are finding it hard fill your pantry, we can help you out with some free food!
Pop into LUSA and kit yourself out in LU gear. Our collection is always growing!
Written by Faye Wite
Scholarships. Why bother? I was 25 when I started Uni for the first time. I didn’t know how to select courses, what course codes meant, or pretty much how to do any of the admin stuff let alone find my way through all the enrolment sites and tasks. Luckily, the admin team at Lincoln is amazing. I reached out for help, and they spoon-fed the whole process to me! Four years later I am halfway through the first year of my master’s degree, which I never dreamed of doing! So, how did I get here? Scholarships galore! I didn’t know anything about scholarships when I first started out studying, and I will never forget attending my first PASS class for SOCI116. Another student, Leon, started telling me that about a third of the scholarships around here go unclaimed (I don’t know how accurate that figure was) and I thought that was crazy!
I NEEDED some of that cash! So, here I am, 4 years on sharing some of the knowledge I have learned from my scholarship experience at Lincoln. Leon told me about the scholarships database on the uni website. It’s easy to use and there are lots of scholarships on there. I have since found out that there are a few more also (I have listed them at the end of this article). There are scholarships for all different types of students (I am an international student), different places, different study topics, and different levels of education. Some will have a lot of competition and others not. For example, I saw that the Southern Environmental Trust Scholarship, valued at $1500, went unclaimed this year because there were no applicants – that could have been you!!!
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I’d really like you guys to benefit from scholarships and lessen your financial burden. In my undergrad degree, I won about $10,000 from scholarships in cash – it wasn’t anywhere near enough to cover international fees - but it seriously helped. Luckily for me, I am also on another scholarship otherwise, my master’s degree would be completely unobtainable. One of the best scholarships I won wasn’t cash, it was a unique exchange programme to a women’s university in Japan. Four women won the scholarship and here are some pictures of us ‘on tour’.
So, if you want some of the cash, all you need to do is take a look at the websites, make a list of which you’d like to apply for, highlight the deadline dates, and fill out some application forms! Some are simple, others you need a couple of annoying things like references and statements. LTL is great at helping out with things like this, they have helped me to improve my scholarship applications numerous times. A big shout-out and a huge ‘thank you to them! Treat it like applying for a job, so be prepared for rejection. Also, some scholarship committees like to see good grades, so work hard and show them that you are worth investing in. Fingers crossed your Mahi will pull off and you could find yourself a little better off financially for the uni year!
Tinder Can Work! Written by Rebecca Hanning
When I was broken up with at the end of last year, I moped around and felt sorry for myself for two weeks, then decided “screw it, let’s download Hinge”. However, when I had exhausted all of the resources on Hinge in regards to the male species within 40kms of lincoln, I moved on to Tinder. In all honesty, there are more people on Tinder than Hinge (for apparently obvious reasons, that naïve me did not realise until much later). I did meet one really great guy on my galavants across Christchurch at all hours of the night, but then almost cried when he said he didn’t want anything serious. There was also one guy who I met on Hinge and thought we had something going (as I said, I was very naïve). However, after finding him on Tinder, I soon realised he was also here for a good time, not a long time! After moving back home to Southland for the summer, I told myself I’d give Tinder a break while living at home with my parents. That lasted all of two weeks before the swiping started again. I matched with a guy who was not too far away (speaking in rural terms, so about 25kms away). We chatted for a couple weeks while he worked his 9 to 5 at Harvey Norman, and I was working two casual positions and looking for a third.
It was one afternoon while I was shifting the balance on my family’s farm that he asked me on a date. After being on Tinder for a couple months at this point, I thought he was going to be like every other guy on the internet… Boy was I wrong! As I told my mate, “when you thought it was going to be one night, but now you have a toothbrush at his place,” which pretty much explains my situation. Nevertheless, I don’t regret swiping on him at all. When he met my family at Christmas, he was taken too quickly by my aunties and grandparents, and just the fact that he drinks Speights was almost enough to win over my older sister, and a box of chocolate was more than enough for my younger sister. While it is all fun and games to go running off across Christchurch at ungodly hours of the night to some random guy’s flat, it is also important to make sure that someone knows where you are going, just in case he does turn out to be an ax murderer. When I went on my first Hinge date, my friends were adamant that I download Life360 so if things went wrong, they would be able to find me and remove me from the situation I put myself in. The moral of the story is, while I may have found what can only be referred to as a unicorn of the male species, it did take a lot of trial and error and looking… and having my friend ring me to get out of a situation that had the potential to turn sour really quickly. So by all means, you could find your Tinder boy on a chance date behind your parent’s back even though you’re legally an adult, but precautions do need to be taken. Also, remember that you don’t need to rush into things, we are still young, and they’re more important things to worry about, like getting through undergrad in one piece.
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My Vaccine Pass The Uni Mandate
1 PROTECTION Being fully vaccinated not only offers protection from the harmful effects of the virus but also enables students and staff to participate in on-campus activities. Being on-campus is such an important part of the student experience and we want to ensure that you have access to the oncampus experience and highquality education that you’ve come to expect from Lincoln - all in a safe environment. It also reassures staff of far less disruption in not having to move in and out of the Red traffic light setting and potentially alleviates some of the associated workloads.
Well...here we go again, but at least the Uni has decided to make COVID vaccines mandatory as a requirement for everyone accessing campus, so we can ‘keep on trucking’ like before. Masks are now mandatory indoors while on campus and all physical distancing and scanning of QR codes requirements, including practicing good hygiene, must continue. Here are the main points you need to know.
WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE A VACCINE PASSPORT? We understand that some students may not hold a My Vaccine Pass and will be concerned about what this means for their course choices, academic progress, qualification completion, and access to campus. Lincoln University is not forcing anyone to be vaccinated and respects everyone’s right of choice. However, anyone wishing to access campus will need to hold a valid My Vaccine Pass.
HOW WILL LU MONITOR THIS? Lincoln University will plan to monitor whether people on campus are fully vaccinated. These details can be found on the Hub from the 14th February 2022.
4 CAN I COME ON CAMPUS WITHOUT A VACCINE PASS? You will need a valid My Vaccine Pass to access campus. Choosing to be vaccinated is very much a personal choice. LU is keenly aware that for some people this might not be the easiest choice to make. Lincoln University is committed to supporting both vaccinated and unvaccinated staff and students. If you choose to remain unvaccinated you may be concerned about the effect this decision has on your course choices, academic progress, qualification completion, and access to campus. To help guide you, LU has assigned a COVID Student Experience Team (CSET) to coordinate and ensure your questions, concerns, and needs are addressed in a fair, timely, and personalised manner. If you are worried about what this means for you, we encourage you to contact a CSET advisor via email at: email@example.com
EXISTING HEALTH PROTOCOLS Wear a Mask - Masks are now mandatory indoors while on campus especially where physical distancing is not practicable. For example in confined spaces with fellow students such as in meetings, interviews, in lifts, stairwells, labs, teaching rooms, etc. Masks are a legal requirement in campus facilities such as Mrs O’s, the Bookshop and Canon Printshop, and the Student Health Centre. Physical Distancing - Reduce close contact with strangers. Keep a distance of 1 metre from people where practicable, in controlled spaces such as offices, lecture rooms, labs, and work areas. Scan, Scan, Scan - You are required to scan the QR codes when moving about campus. This includes buildings, teaching rooms, meeting rooms, and all on-campus facilities including social spaces and eating areas. Check that Bluetooth is enabled on the app. Take Sickness Seriously - If you have a fever, runny nose, or sore throat, or are a close contact with a positive case, isolate immediately and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice about a test.
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Welcome back to Uni and for some of you welcome to Lincoln! This recurrent section in RAM aims to promote the things to do, the hidden gems, and expand your knowledge on what to do in Christchurch, Lincoln and Canterbury. If you’ve been somewhere that’s spun your wheels, send in your review!
Dalante Shop 4, 4 Eastfield Drive Lincoln If you are wanting to buy food in Lincoln, there is no better place than Dalante. This Mediterranean Bakery offers not only amazing bread (especially their bagels, pretzels, and focaccia) but woodfired pizzas and falafel which are so damn good! For the price, you pay it’s a steal, and if you have a sweet tooth, you must try their god-sent donuts (only $2!). So, if you ever need a good feed in Lincoln, Dalante is the choice for you.
Grocery Christchurch Farmers’ Market Riccarton Bush Market Occurring every Saturday, 9am-1pm
Event Codebreakers 166 Saint Asaph Street, Christchurch Central City A little out of the box but Codebreakers offers great escape rooms. With five different escape rooms of varying difficulty and a price range from $25-30 per person, it is a great event to do with friends or flat mates. I highly recommend ‘Into the Dark’, an escape room in blindfolds and the dark.
This great market provides awesome food and ingredients at affordable (studentfriendly) prices. I do advise getting there 10am or earlier as you don’t want to miss out, as a fair few things tend to disappear quickly. Spend your Saturday morning having a great breakfast and/or lunch. This market holds many great regular stores from bread/pastries to fresh fruit and veg; including my most frequented places of: Grizzly Baked Goods – I recommend their pastries. Poms’ Thai – a personal favourite with cheap meals and meal prep, including frozen curries and accompanying ingredients. The Canterbury Cheesemongers – holding a wide range of NZ and imported cheese. Mama Bear – super tasty and delicious low sugar cereals and mueslis largely produced from NZ ingredients. Feed The Soul – an absolutely amazing fresh pasta store with new pasta and sauces every week for great prices And many more (most have online stores with delivery as well!)
Recipe Pasta Sauce Quick and simple! (for 1-2 people) •
½ clove garlic • 2T olive oil • Salt & Pepper (adjust to taste) • Small handful of finely chopped fresh herbs (parsley) • Chili flakes Parmesan cheese (leave some for sprinkling on top) Whilst the pasta is cooking prepare all the ingredients and put the garlic in the oil. When the pasta is al dente drain the water (all of it as oil and water are not friends) and then simply chuck all the sauce ingredients with the pasta and mix. Sprinkle the remaining parmesan on top and enjoy. For another simple to not so simple pasta sauces visit: bonappetit.com/recipes/slideshow/ pasta-sauce-ideas
Where talent meets opportunity. Student Job Search is New Zealand’s leading source of student jobs, employment advice and emerging talent. Nau mai, haere mai. Join us today. Become part of our community studentjobsearchnz sjs.co.nz
Justice of the Peace on Campus There is now a Justice of the Peace on campus available for students to use for signing and witnessing and general JP services. Dr Anthony Brien Associate Professor - Business and Hotel Management Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce Room C213 (03) 423 0240 | 027 623 7158 firstname.lastname@example.org More info can be found online at hub.lincoln.ac.nz/news/Pages/JP-servicesavailable-on-campus.aspx
Make sure you have joined the LUSA Noticeboard on Facebook!
Financial Assistance Fund. We (LUSA) are committed to supporting students who are undergoing unforeseen financial difficulty. To apply to the Financial Assistance Fund, students must be enrolled at Lincoln Uni. The Fund is available to both domestic and international students and to be considered, you must prove you’re experiencing an unexpected financial issue that is compromising your studies. Course fee costs are not eligible. Supporting overseas families, visa costs (including savings for visa applications and debt repayments) are also not eligible. Head to: lusa.org.nz/hardship-fund to apply.
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Have you met Grant? He just started this year and he’s your VC! What’s a Vice-Chancellor you say? The principal academic and administrative officer of the Uni! Grant is really looking forward to is working with you all and to grow your Uni’s contribution to Aotearoa New Zealand’s enduring prosperity and wellbeing. Below is a bit about you 2022 VC!
Major Goals My main focus areas are to continue advancing our distinctive Aotearoa New Zealand end-to-end student experience to provide our tauira with a strong foundation for lifelong learning, and to ensure Lincoln University is a place where students and staff thrive. Lincoln’s excellent teaching and research, and our strong connection to the land-based sector, is a huge point of difference for us in our vision to be a global top-five land-based university. Our decade-long campus development programme has already contributed assets like Whare Hākinakina, Grounded and Science South to our existing science, teaching and research facilities, and will ensure we deliver a diverse and inspiring campus experience far into the future. Background and Study Originally from a bull beef farm in Wellsford, Northland, I studied at Lincoln University myself, gaining a Bachelor of Agricultural Science with Honours in 1990. I was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1991 and completed a DPhil in behavioural ecology at Oxford University in 1994.
I returned to Lincoln University in 2005, first as a senior lecturer in pasture science, then Professor of Dairy Production in 2009, Dean of Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 2016, progressing to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor in 2019. For me, the student experience at Lincoln University was a balanced mix of academia, problem-solving, practical skills and social life. It set me up for life; building my confidence and keeping me grounded while I pursued my aspirations.
Personal Life and Interests Throughout my life, as a student and beyond, I have been a keen participant in sport – especially athletics and hockey, and I am proud to be the current coach of the Canterbury Men’s Hockey Team and HSOB-Burnside men in Christchurch. Other than sport, my main interests include fishing, gardening and watching sport! I am married to Joanna, who I met during my time at Oxford University and have three children – two at secondary school in Christchurch and one studying engineering at university.
My Advice: Turn Up One of your greatest rewards as a Lincoln University student will be the calibre and dedication of your lecturers, tutors and mentors, so I encourage you to take full advantage of this wonderful opportunity.
Make every effort to turn up to all your lectures and labs, because it is through the interactions with your lecturers, tutors and fellow students that you will gain the most from your Lincoln University experience.
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Know the Codes. Submitted by Lincoln University
What is the Education Code of Practice? Manaakitaka at Lincoln, is about respecting and taking care of each in an environment of safety, inclusiveness and respect. With this goal in mind, we are a signatory of NZ’s Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021. This Code sets out expectations that Uni’s must meet in support of student wellbeing and safety. It covers topics such as physical safety and inclusion, access to advice and support services, physical and mental health support, support for transition into and out of university, student accommodation requirements, and opportunities for students to have their voices heard.
with the Education Code of Practice. www.nzqa.govt.nz/ make-a-complaint •
community, can approach the Proctor with any concern about the conduct of a Lincoln student or group of students. International Students email@example.com If you have a financial or contractual dispute with the Uni, contact: iStudent What types of behaviours are Complaints which is a free unacceptable at Lincoln? and independent disputes resolution service for interna• Academic Dishonesty, e.g. tional students. cheating. www.istudent.org.nz • Bullying, e.g. attacking a Domestic Students person’s beliefs. Contact Tertiary Education • Harassment, e.g. making Dispute Resolution who are a sexually offensive comments. free and independent service to help resolve problems that are important to you. www.tedr.org.nz
Where can I find out more about the Education Code of Practice?
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www.lincoln.ac.nz/codes Who can I talk to if I have questions about the Code and what Lincoln Uni is doing to support my pastoral care? Dr Hamish Cochrane, Director of Student Admin & Student Health firstname.lastname@example.org 03 325 3824 What should I do if I’m concerned about the Uni’s compliance with the Code or I have a financial dispute? Discuss your concerns with an International Student Advisor (internationaladvisors@lincoln. ac.nz) or the LUSA Advocacy and Voice Coordinator (students@ lusa.org.nz) If you would like to talk to someone outside of the Uni, the NZ Qualifications Authority (NZQA) handles all complaints about alleged non-compliance 32
What is the Student Code of Conduct? It explains the conduct expected of all students, and the disciplinary process if the rules aren’t followed. The Uni Proctors enforce the rules of the Student Code of Conduct. What is a Proctor? Lincoln has 2 proctors (male and female) whose roles are to deal with all complaints relating to student behaviour and breaches of academic integrity, including complaints against students by staff and community and disputes between students. Who can approach the Proctor? Anyone, whether a student, staff member or member of the
LU, LUSA and students work together to promote a safe, inclusive and caring learning environment. Respectfully Lincoln – Sexual Harm Prevention Workshops Student Experience Board – Students, LUSA and staff working together on non-academic student matters SPACE Lincoln – Social support group for LGBTQIA+ people Student Charter – Shows what you can expect from LUSA and LU and what we expect of you. You can find the charter here: lusa.org.nz/official-documents The Education (Pastoral Care of Tertiary and International Learners) Code of Practice 2021
Wellbeing Guide For all students: who to talk to and how they can help you do well at Lincoln University.
Learning, Teaching & Library | FREE
Location: Ground floor, Library Website: https://ltl.lincoln.ac.nz/ Here to help you with study techniques, disability support, finding resources, strengthening your writing, managing your research, referencing, data management, and developing your career. Workshops and individual advice. Learning, writing & research skills: Caitriona Cameron (email@example.com), Craig Nicholson (firstname.lastname@example.org) Information skills: Hadrian Taylor (email@example.com) Maths and Stats: Dean O’Connell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) | FREE Whether you are a top performer or could use some improvement, you will benefit from attending PASS. An opportunity to work together on study material in a relaxed environment where you can meet other classmates. Pass Coordinator: Craig Nicholson Email: email@example.com
Career Centre | FREE
Assistance with career direction, skills identification, CVs, application letters, psychometric testing, interviews, labour market information and further study. Contact: Julia Mallett and Michelle Ash. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inclusive Education | FREE
If you have an illness, injury or disability whether long term or temporary , contact the Inclusive Education team. Contact: Rosemarie Richardson or Jo Wager.
Me mahi tahi tātou, Mo te oranga o te katoa We work together for the wellbeing of everyone
SPIRITUAL WELLBEING / IDENTITY
Chaplains | FREE
Provide pastoral care, supporting the emotional wellbeing of students and staff. They can also advocate for you and help with non-medical aegrotats. Also can assist with food from the Foodbank. Plus, looking for a quiet space then come to the chapel, in Hudson 003. Contact: Rev Victoria Askin. Phone: 03 423 0514 or 022 126 7885. Email: email@example.com Location: Hudson, ground floor, rm 002.
Lincoln University Masala and prayer room | FREE See Muslim Association, contact via LUSA Clubs Directory.
Lincoln University Christian Fellowship | FREE The Christian Fellowship (CF) is a community you are welcome to be part of. We enjoy hanging out together and finding out more about who Jesus is and what the Good News in the Bible means for our lives. Whether you are Christian or not you are very welcome to come be part of our community. Contact: Marion Dumaine (CF Leader, ph: 0273426747) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location/meeting time: Wednesday 1pm in Te Whare for a free lunch, bible message and fun together Facebook: Lincoln Uni Christian Fellowship.
Pastoral Care International Students | FREE
Dee Hannam (under graduate) and Denise Pelvin (post graduate) are our two international student advisors who provide support and advice for international students. Email: email@example.com
Phone: +64 3 423 0089 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastoral Care and Advice to Māori Students | FREE
Location: Ground floor Hudson Hall, Room 005
Providing advice and support to Māori students.
MENTAL & EMOTIONAL WELLBEING Student Health & Support; Counselling FREE | $ Brief intervention mental health support and counselling to LU students. Phone: +64 3 325 3835 Location: Hudson, ground floor. Or use 021 090 20234 if landline not working
Wellbeing Support and
Contact: Dani Panirau Phone: 021 141 2361 or +64 3 423 0192 Email:Dani.Panirau@lincoln.ac.nz
Pastoral Care and Advice to Pasifika Students | FREE Providing advice and support to Pacific Island Countries students. Contact: Rebekah Immanuel Email: email@example.com
Phone: +64 3 423 0192
Sexual Harm Response & Prevention | FREE
SPACE | FREE
Counsellors, exercise and health advisors available for advice, counselling, help with problem solving, exercise is medicine, aegrotats and general wellbeing support.
For LGBTQIA* students to socialise, meet like-minded students and get advice/support. Email: SPACE@lusa.org.nz
Phone: 021 589 475 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Hudson level 2
Thursdays in Black | FREE
Promotes conversation and raises awareness of sexual violence. Trained students run fortnightly discussions to offer a safe way for sexual violence survivors to come forward. When: Thursdays 12-2pm Location: Library, front foyer. Created for students, by students — December 2019, updated 24th January 2022
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Good one Sort out some good tunes
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THE VENUS MISSION Take the online Love Quiz and find your perfect Love Match! Using a Nobel Prize winning algortihm
Q U I Z O P E N F R O M M A R C H 7 - 1 3 THEN YOU CAN MEET YOUR MATCH AT THE VENUS MISSION MINGLE MARCH 16
SPOT THE DIFFERENCE:
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN RIDDLE What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps? What am I?
WORD-BUILDER How many words of three or more letters, including plurals, can you make from the five letters, using each letter only once? No foreign words or words beginning with a capital are allowed. There’s at least one five letter word.
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Forget petrol and parking Over 50 bus services run to Lincoln Uni every weekday. Get to uni the easy way. Visit metro.co.nz