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ASA Executive Update - Engagement Officer - Michaela Futter

Kia orana! Welcome to Clubs’ week!
Hopefully, by now you are getting into the swing of your papers and assignments. If you need help with assignments, Massey has some great resources, which you can find here:
Thanks to our advocates who attended our workshop last Wednesday. It was lovely to meet you in person! 
This week we are showcasing our wonderful clubs, from social, to sporting, academic and much more! Check out our events tab or the ASA website to find out what’s on this week! You do not need to be a member to get involved, just show up and get into it! On Tuesday, the gardening club ran a seed planting event for students to get free access to vegetables, herbs and flowers which can then be planted at home, in time for Spring. We had a great turn out, and I cannot wait to put on more events for this club. The aerial arts club put on a social event for students to meet face-to-face and share a bite. And there will be so much more on this week, so get amongst it! 
In other news, I will be hosting a Period Party from 12-2 pm today in the ASA lounge. This event is open to all students that wish to discuss period-related matters. We will have a registered nurse on-site to answer all of your questions. We will also have:
  • Free lunch
  • Giveaways include reusable cups, underwear (inclusive sizes), period starter packs and pads.
  • Prizes include an epic food hamper and Pak n Save vouchers.
This event is part of a wider proposal for Massey University to provide FREE period products in the bathrooms on campus. If this is proposal something you’re passionate about, please email me .
Michaela EU
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