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UNE OAC — Go Wild for a While! Join to go climbing, hiking, caving, and camping in the New England.

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A Society for all those who study Agriculture, Law or the combination of both. We focus on rural Australia and the legal issues affecting it and how undergraduates can assist and build their future careers to helping those in need.

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The Animal Welfare and Ethics Society aims promote awareness of animal welfare concerns.

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Club Page for AnimeUNE

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A club for the Iranian Community at UNE

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Armidale Students Promoting International Rights & Equality

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The Bahai society is looking for people who are interested in being an active participant in social change. Since who we are is embedded in where we are, we have a focus of individual and social transformation.

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Bangladesh Cultural Society of New England (BCSNE)

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A club for all UNE Bangladesh Students and their families

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Catholic Society of UNE

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Christians United is a student group committed to sharing the good news of Jesus and encouraging and training Christians at UNE.

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Enactus UNE is passionate about social, economic and environmental issues in the community and are using this passion to utilise and develop the skills we learn at university through outreach projects supported by UNE and Enactus Australia.

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The official club for the Earle Page College Musical Society. Shows Dates ~30th July ~31st July ~1st August Watch this area and https://www.facebook.com/EPCMS for news regarding our 2020 Production of Bonnie & Clyde

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The European Languages Club aims to connect European language learners both on-campus and online.

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Farming Futures is a student run group at the University of New England who hold an annual agricultural Careers Fair, Industry Dinner and Schools Program

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UNE's arms of the Australian General Practice Students' Network.

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Are you a HDR Student who is feeling isolated? We meet regularly for a social catch up over coffee and nibbles. All on-campus and off-campus HDR students are welcome to join.

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Club supporting Indian traditional and cultural events

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The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Community

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Indonesian Community members to actively engage in social and voluntary activities

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A club for those interested in Islamic research in relevant fields of philosophy, religion, history and literature.

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