Have LEGO toys become more violent?

23 May 2016 LEGO toy products have become significantly more violent in recent years, according to newly published research from the University of Canterbury. (read article)

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UC Arts on the Rise in QS World Rankings

Arts and Humanities at UC has improved by 90 places from #238 in 2013 #146 in 2015.
Social Sciences and Management at UC has jumped 123 places from #217 in 2013 to #94 in 2015.

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Why Study Arts at UC?

Think you know the Arts? It might be time for a rethink. Watch our new infographic video.

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‘I could continue to have a career outside university while keeping my grades...’

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Media and Communication Invites Applications for Visiting Fellowship

Natalie Looyer Recieves Scholarships for Classics

Copeland to Talk Digital Humanities in Copenhagen

Sciarrino Joins International Team Studying Roman Oratory

Harpsichord Documentary Airs on Radio NZ

Solutions to Europe’s Critical Issues – New Seminar Series

UC Students attend Trans-Tasman Postgraduate Weekend School

Locke Talks to 350 Aotearoa

Consul Presents Awards to Japanese Students

Event Horizon: Hana Pera Aoake, Audrey Baldwin, Eddie Clemens, Toshi Endo, James Oram, and Daniel Strang

Ilam Campus Gallery, Block 2, Fine Arts, 6/5/2016 5PM Free

Our Voice presented by Consortia: The University of Canterbury Chamber Choir and Vocal Consort

Knox Church, Corner of Bealey Ave & Victoria St, 2/6/2016 7:30 PM Paid

New Zealand’s Experience on the UN Security Council

Undercroft 101, Puaka-James Hight, 21/7/2016 2:30 PM Free

Wiremu Teira and his 'Māori Friends'

A8, South Arts Lecture Theatres, 25/5/2016 12:00 PM Free

Alan Turing Film Festival - The Man Who Cracked the Nazi Code (directed by van Waerebeke)

A9, South Arts Lecture Theatres, 27/5/2016 3:00 PM Free

UC Connect: Feminism and Rape Awareness in New Zealand

A1, Lecture Theatre, North Arts Block, 13/7/2016 7:00 PM Free

Alan Turing Film Festival - The Imitation Game (directed by Tyldum)

A9, South Arts Lecture Theatres, 15/7/2016 3:00 PM Free

Alan Turing Film Festival - Code-Breakers: Bletchley Park’s Lost Heroes (directed by Carey)

A9, South Arts Lecture Theatres, 22/7/2016 3:00 PM Free

UC Open Day

Ilam Campus, 14/7/2016 9:00 AM Free

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