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AuSM October Odyssey - The Programme

Monday 3 October 2005

PRESS RELEASE

AuSM October Odyssey
Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
Tuesday 25 - Friday 28 October

AuSM October Odyssey - The Programme;

Tuesday 25 October
Goodnight Nurse - Midday Lower Cafe - AUT Akoranga Campus
Tui Pub Quiz - 7pm - AUT Vesbar - City Campus

Wednesday 26 October
AUT Markets - 11am-2pm - Wellesley Quad - AUT City Campus
Guy Cater - Hypnotist - 7pm - AUT Vesbar - City Campus

Thursday 27 October
Goodnight Nurse - Midday - Wellesley Quad - AUT City Campus
95bFM presents Concord Dawn + DJ Riddle - 9pm - AUT Vesbar - City
Campus

Friday 28 October
The Rock presents Steriogram, Goodnight Nurse & Bored Gordon - 7pm -
AUT Vesbar - City Campus

What is October Odyssey
A week long festival for AUT students, before they go through the
stressfull exam period. Its also AuSM wishing all our members good luck, and 'fare ye well' to all students completing their tertiary studies An array of events, live bands, market days, parties and much more spread across both, day and night. All events are free to AUT students public tickets to Vesbar events are available from the door.

What is AuSM?
The Students Association at the Auckland University of Technology
learn more at www.ausm.org.nz

ENDS

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