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Hey <<First Name>>,
 

USASA is your UniSA Student Association and we are here to empower you. Read on to get involved in some awesome events and opportunities to enhance your uni experience. 

Here's a snapshot of what's in store for you:
Here are a couple of things to click on to take you down a web-wormhole...
  1. Mostly free resources for almost everyone
  2. Bored and need an activity? Pet the cat for inspiration!
  3. Learn how to survive in any natural environment
  4. Draw whatever you want on a collaborative mural
  5. Lame dad joke: Early scientists would watch the world spin for 24 hours...then they got bored and called it a day.
Nominate yourself for the 2021 USASA Board

There are 14 Board positions available, including President, Postgraduate Student Representative, International Student Representative, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Student Representative, and 10 Campus Representatives (2 per each metro campus and 1 per each regional).

Not sure what the USASA Board is all about? Watch the USASA Election Quick Facts Video to find out important information before you nominate. 

Nominations are open from 7- 18 September, with voting open in October.

 
The Blak Out Edition of Verse Magazine is almost here!

The Blak Out edition of Verse Magazine is set to hit the stands at the end of this month, and to celebrate this super exciting showcase of Aboriginal student excellence we will be hosting rolling launch events from September right up until NAIDOC in November…and the best bit, you are all invited! No matter where you are, you can join in the fun as every event is online and totally free!

We have online yarns with amazing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, weaving workshops, Kahoot quizzes, damper making and even drag bingo.
So, follow the Aboriginal Student Club Facebook page for updates, and sign up to have Blak Out delivered right to your door – you will not want to miss it!

Aboriginal Student Club

Did you know the Aboriginal Student Club welcomes everyone? In fact, the more the merrier! The Aboriginal Student Club was established to give voice, support and friendship to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to ensure they have the best university experience possible. We are committed to supporting our mob by ensuring we promote an inclusive and safe campus.

We’re here to combat racism, build community and create change! We hope to create change not only within our cohort but the wider University student body – so you are all invited! We are committed to centring Aboriginal knowledge systems, ancient wisdom and ways of knowing, being and doing to protect our nations for future generations.

Come decolonise and destress with us; no matter your interests, we’re here for you. So join us!

 
Enjoy a free snack from USASA - thanks to USASA City East Reps

If you're around the City East campus next Tuesday, be sure to swing through and pick yourself up a snack and chat to USASA City East Reps!
  • Tuesday 8 September⁠
  • 11 am - 2 pm ⁠
  • City East Plaza (Next to Campus Security)⁠
Check out more here
 
Save the Children Online Pop Op Shop

USASA has collaborated with Save the Children Australia to bring UniSA students an online Pop Op Shop.

Across the two week period, expect over 200 items of vintage, retro, electronics, designer clothing, books, jewellery & other unique pieces.

The profits from every sale go to support Save the Children programs to keep vulnerable children healthy, in school and safe from harm.

The online shop link will go live Sept 14th, so make sure you click 'interested' in this event!

 

Win a double pass to THE BROKEN HEARTS GALLERY!

What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you’ve ever been in? The Broken Hearts Gallery follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder. Sound good? Well, USASA has 10 double passes to give away!

All you have to do is:
1.    Tag the mate you're bringing with you on THIS post
2.    Follow @USASAadelaide on Instagram
3.    Keep your fingers & toes crossed!

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Wanting to branch out, meet new people and make new friends? USASA Club events are the best way to do it!

September
Mon 7 Sep - 3 pm Bible Study Groups with City Evangelical Students
Mon 7 Sep -  3:15 pm | Dance Sessions with Raising The Barre
Tues 8 Sep - 6 pm | UnPlugged with The batyr Ambassadors Self Care Society
Wed 9 Sep - 11 am | The Bible Talks City West with City Evangelical Students
Sat 12 Sep - 7 pm | 14-day Self Care Challenge with ISBS Vietnam Chapter
Mon 14 Sep - 4 pm | Conflict Management Self-Development Workshop with Human Resource Management Club
Tues 15 Sep - 6:30 pm | Club Meeting with Toastmaster's Club
Wed 16 Sep - 7 pm | Coffee O'Clock with The batyr Ambassadors Self Care Society
Wed 16 Sep - 6:30 pm | Craft Session with Mt Gambier Campus Arts and Crafts

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