A New Zealand dorm gets invaded #Decor & Decorating#dorms#gamers#New Zealand#no damage decor#Space Invaders#video games February 22 | Guest post by Jessica My boyfriend is an RA at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand — we met doing postgrad psychology there. It was always one of his dreams to be an RA. He signed up this year and the first years move in this weekend. Floor themes used to only consist of RA's sticking up printed posters on doors, but, as it was a competition we decided to lift the game 500%. Now other floors have lifted their game too! Needless to say, the other staff are very impressed. Related Post Your wall of glass blocks is screaming to become a Tetris homage A glass black partial wall becomes a eight foot tall video game art piece. This is what happens when two geeks decide to go hard out to win a dorm floor decorating competition: pure epicness! This took all Sunday afternoon… and evening… and night. I hope the first years coming to University this week appreciate it! Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Jessica I am a PhD student and live by myself (with two fishy pets) in a generously sized, offbeat, postgrad apartment on campus. I also work as a Research Assistant, a First Year Psychology Tutor, a wedding photographer, a makeup artist, and a graphic designer/marketer/musician. I enjoy my new-found love for container gardening, geeking out, pub quizzes, cooking, hosting tea parties, and playing my guitar. Ben lives two halls of residence down. He is doing his masters in Psychology, as well, owns at least seven musical instruments, and loves people. PREVIOUS Moral dilemma of a first worlder: Let's talk about the ethics of the goods we buy NEXT Lainie and Miro: one mom, her son, and their adventures around the globe Show/Hide comments [ 14 ] I would totally appreciate this if I was a first year there! This is AWESOME! It looks amazing! GO YOU! 2 agree Reply That is so much more awesome than my freshman dorm decor, which I think consisted of our RA putting paper stars on the doors with our names on them. 1 agrees Reply Dunedin, surely? 3 agree Reply PLEASE fix this typo! 😉 Great work guys, looks fantastic! I did undergrad down in Dunedin; first year at Carrington. Ah, the memories! In my year someone's entire room got put in to a lift in UniCol… 2 agree Reply I now really want to do this around my front door. 🙂 1 agrees Reply ha! epic. 2 agree Reply I must say I am really loving the number of posts from Kiwis on here. 2 agree Reply Yay for NZ posters! It's an amazing idea, Massey could use someone like you 😛 Reply Just wanted to pop my head up as another new zealand reader and say – NICE WORK!! Dunedun is beautiful, enjoy the snow this winter. Reply Hehehe, Denudin. They do like to nude up if the weather's right! Love Dunedin, love Pacman. Nice work. Reply Looks great! I bet the first years love it. Reply Thanks guys! Never knew there were so many Kiwi's on here! I did my undergrad in Auckland, so I am only just experiencing the Dunedin student life style now…. it is CRAZY! Oh, and the first years LOVE IT! Lots of other students come to visit the floor just to have a look too 🙂 2 agree Reply I'm in Dunedin too! Awesome job, matches my handbag! 😉 Love it! Reply And this is why Otago Uni is the best! I love that kiwis get excited every time NZ gets a mention somewhere too. What a patriotic bunch we are 🙂 Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via emailGet only replies to your comment, the best of the rest, as well as a daily recap of all comments on this post. No more than a few emails daily, which you can reply to/unsubscribe from directly from your inbox. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.