Regular conversation groups starting at Sturt Library from the 3rd May

One of the paradoxes of modern life is you can be surrounded by people but still feel alone. Conversation groups from Oasis are about providing students simple, low-pressure opportunities to connect. A new conversation group is kicking off on the 3rd May in the Sturt Library. Details in post.

The Sturt Campus Library is soon to host a new weekly conversation group starting on May 3rd, 2023 at 12 noon. It is a new conversation group, building on the groups run at the Oasis Community Centre.

This group is aimed at students who are seeking a casual and safe space to converse and connect with others about anything that interests them. Conversation is a powerful means to explore subjects of interest and to gain new perspectives on topics, and the group is designed to encourage such discussion. The facilitator of the group is Maria Ng, a chaplain with years of teaching experience. Her experience will allow her to guide the conversation in a way that fosters respect, acceptance, and open-mindedness among participants.

Participation in the group offers students the opportunity to explore their own well-being as a student in a supportive environment. It’s a chance to take a break from the stresses of academic life and build connections with others. The group will be a safe space for all, and everyone is welcome to come along and engage in conversation. Whether you are looking to meet new people or simply want to chat with others who share similar interests, this conversation group is the perfect place to do so.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join this exciting new conversation group. Mark your calendar and come along to the Sturt Campus Library on Wednesdays at 12 noon (during Semester times), start May 3rd. X marks the spot on Level 3 of the Sturt Library where the group is being held.


We hope to see you there!

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