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Dining Hall Redevelopment
CollectionTe Kete IkaDescription
The new building 'Te Kete Ika' is of significance in that it represents the first major building project completed on campus since the disruptions caused by the Canterbury earthquakes. In many respects it marks the beginning of the rebuild for Lincoln University, and the beginning of the significant construction work planned for the campus and surrounding area with the upcoming Lincoln Hub project.
The name Te Kete Ika was gifted to Lincoln University by Te Taumutu Rūnanga. The name, Te Kete Ika (and its longer title Te Kete Ika o Rākaihautū - the food/fish basket of the legendary ancestor Rākaihautū, is the traditional Maori name for Lake Ellesmere.
Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho (23rd Oct 2019). Dining Hall Redevelopment. In Website Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho. Retrieved 7th Jun 2023 05:35, from https://livingheritage.lincoln.ac.nz/nodes/view/8475