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As iconic as the University clock tower and just as institutional, Critic is the voice of the students and the soul of campus.
The most critically acclaimed student magazine in New Zealand and one of its oldest, Critic is written by the country's future leading reporters and journalists.
Written, edited, published, and distributed weekly, Critic is freely available all over Dunedin to students, staff, and anybody who identifies as a discerning critic.
The annual Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival is a world class celebration of the brewing and culinary heritage of Otago and New Zealand.
A vibrant oasis for both town and gown, you can experience an unrivalled atmosphere that reflects the positive relationship between Dunedin's students and the wider community.Visit dunedinbeerfest.co.nz
Otago's Orientation Week is the most legendary celebration of student culture in the world.
A right of passage for every student who comes to study in Dunedin, O Week forges memories that last a life time.
For one week before lectures begin, students are treated a line-up of world class events from cutting-edge international music showcases, premier comedy acts, fever-pitch sports matches, a student expo, and of course, the unmissable International Food Festival.
The RAD1 app is a discount app.
With over 35 businesses offering discounts across Dunedin, this app offers benefit to all users. It's mainly a digital app, but also listed in Critic Magazine, and onlineVisit rad1.co.nz
Radio One is New Zealand’s southernmost student radio station, proudly championing the independent and alternative since 1984.
Radio One has been beaming live and direct to national and international audiences from the heart of the University campus for over three decades, and continues to be an innovator of new and local music, critical media analysis, and independent discourse.Visit r1.co.nz