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Pacific Writing Forum 10th Anniversary 1997-2007—Writers’ and Artists’ Symposium - 20.05.2008

Call for Papers, Presentation, Artists, Performers and Writers[more]

L I E S conference starts this week - 20.05.2008

July 2, 2007: A Conference on Art[more]

Language Services Centre offers English Course - 20.05.2008

JUne 5, 2007: Course gives students opportunity to enhance listening, reading, writing and speaking in English[more]

Deadline for Dreadlocks 2007 submissions extended - 20.05.2008

Apr 27, 07: Annual publication of the School of Language, Arts and Media devoted to new creative works[more]

USP-AUT jointly publish Sept 07 Pacific Journalism Review - 20.05.2008

May 15, 07: Journal covers international and regional media issues[more]

USP Journalism wins more awards - 20.05.2008

April 25, 07: Journalism students at USP win recognition for excellence in reporting[more]

Dr Schreck's timely donation - 20.05.2008

APR 23, 07: Dr William Schreck donates books for a new ‘reading space’ at the Pacific Writers Forum[more]

Professor Robert Hughes remembered - 20.05.2008

(APRIL 20, 2007): The late Professor Robert Hughes, former Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Law, was described as hardworking, dedicated and compassionate at a special memorial service at the Laucala Campus yesterday evening[more]

Prime Minister Qarase launches first dictionary of English for Fiji - 20.05.2008

Nov 1, 06: The 684-page Macquarie Dictionary of English for Fiji is the culmination of two years of work based on data collected over at least 15 years[more]

Wansolwara turns 10 - 20.05.2008

Oct 19, 06: USP journalism award winning newspaper achieves millestone[more]

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