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NZ National SF/F/H Convention - not long now

A gentle reminder that it will soon be only a month until the New Zealand National Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Convention. Not only is this the event where members get to vote on the SJV awards, but it is also a fully fledged fan run event with a wide range of events and activities. 250 more words

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Girls Take the Lead at National Convention

By Cindy Sortisio, Service Unit Manager and Troop Leader

Air miles from Raleigh NC to Salt Lake City Utah: 1827

Number of girls from all over the country who participated in the Girl Scout Leadership Institute: 649 more words

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PSNZ 63rd National Convention - Speaker: Christian Fletcher

With early bird registrations closing shortly 28th February why not be our 201st registrant and get a small memento from Tauranga?

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National Convention Preview: Our Host!

The 2015 National Convention will be held in Washington, D.C. from August 5 – 9. You can register today! On the Phi Sigma Pi blog we will be highlighting some of the reasons YOU should go. 225 more words

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Alumni you’re Invited! Experience Regional Conferences and National Convention!

Alumni, remember attending National Convention and/or your Chapters’ Regional Conference as an undergrad? Well attending as an Alumnus/a is 100x cooler, trust us! So if you are sitting there asking yourself what you should do this year and where you should go we have a couple of options for you. 327 more words

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London's politicians unite against the 'rise of austerity' at national student convention

Some of London’s political heavyweights gathered at SOAS, University of London, today to speak at the Student Assembly Against Austerity’s National Convention.

Diane Abbott, Labour MP for Hackney North, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour MP for Islington North, and Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, all spoke at the convention. 486 more words

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