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Speed Friending @ Clayton

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Get to know your peers at the social event of the season!

We know that making new friends can be daunting, so let us help you! The MGA is hosting a 'speed friending' event at the beginning of the semester so that you can get to know your peers. You'll have a couple minutes to introduce yourself to each partner, with time for larger group interaction at the end.

Date: Tuesday, 23 July
Time: 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue: Graduate Hub (Seminar Room 2), Building 89, 21 Sports Walk, Clayton campus

Tue 23 Jul

$0.00 (Student)

 

 

MGA Health and Wellbeing Guidelines for Events

  • Attend only when well: If you are feeling unwell or exhibiting flu-like symptoms, we kindly ask that you do not attend the event.
  • Practice good hygiene: Please maintain good hygiene practices. This includes regular hand washing or using the hand sanitiser which will be readily available at the venue.
  • Mask availability: Masks will be available for attendees who request them.

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