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University of Wollongong’s O-Festival kicked off on Tuesday | Illawarra Mercury



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O-Week has always been about good vibes and good times – and despite COVID-19 restrictions, 2021 is no different. “The vibes are good, it makes me excited,” first-year student Jacinta Cliff said. Jacinta and her friends, Tayla Ward, Bek Lie and Abbey Bryant were among the throng at the University of Wollongong’s O-Festival on Tuesday, February 23. Read more: Coledale bodyboarder smashes into dry reef at secret surf break “We haven’t experienced uni life without COVID yet, so maybe the difference will become more apparent when COVID goes away,” Tayla said. Until then, they were happy to soak up the atmosphere with their fellow students. Event manager at UOW, Chiara Mammone, said the O-Festival was a step towards…

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