Seasons Greetings from SaveVCA

Posted by webmaster on December 24th, 2009

Seasons Greetings from the SaveVCA Team. We would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

The team behind SaveVCA would like to thank each and every one of you involved in the campaign this year. We have achieved some amazing things, and from humble beginnings, as we didn’t exist before May. Personal thanks must go to the large group of students, alumni and staff who have given their time, money and skills on a daily basis to make this so much more than just a group of angry artists.

What would SaveVCA like for Christmas you may ask? Well we would like a new pair of ankle socks, and your suggestions and input on the discussion paper, which is currently seeking submissions; please see here for more information.

Lets hope 2010 is the year we SAVE VCA.

Until next year, stay safe,

Love The SaveVCA Team.

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5 Responses to “Seasons Greetings from SaveVCA”

  1. Chris & Evelyn Cole

    Merry Christmas to All at The SaveVCA Team.
    May 2010 bring about all the changes you seek and deserve.
    Starting 2011, our G’Daughter would love to do your course, *** provided *** VCA reverts to its original, successful format!

  2. Happy Christmas to you all – a sterling jo0b in 2009. Maintain the rage – defend the (practical) stage. All cheer Ron Dent 24/12/09

  3. Stephen Whately

    The ‘photo’ in your greeting is a beautiful illustration of the importance of nurturing the creative talents within our community. The layers of symbols in the photo have not gone unnoticed. So, from someone who suffers from depression, thanks for waging the inspiring struggle to salvage something from the terrible mess perpetrated by Melbourne University. Who knows, perhaps we’ll end up with what we deserve — a shinier, brighter, cleverer, independent VCA. Best wishes for the campaign ahead.

  4. Keep up the good work. I have witnessed the terrible damage inflicted on the main campus by Glyn Davis and his cronies, and am appalled that it should be repeated elsewhere. I see that MU is pouring more millions into advertising over the last couple of months, trying to paper over the staff losses and course cuts with expensive ‘spin’ in order to attract students. Shame.

  5. And as we start the new year, perhaps it is instructive to reflect on the past. For example, the definitive statement made in 2007, at the introduction of the ‘Melbourne Model’: “Prof Davis said the changes would not result in job losses at the university.”

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