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Dankie aan my droom.

Daar is ‘n pers boom buite my koshuis venster. Natuurlik is dit daardie verpeste plesier van ‘n Jakarandaboom. Dié een herinner my aan ‘n Fanta-grape suigstokkie wat ek en my broer altyd gaan koop het by die vakansie-oord in Ballito se snoepwinkel. 345 more words

A Portrait of a Young Artist Series: The prolific nature of Rhodes Fine Art Students

Words by Dave Mann

Photographs by Niamh Walsh- Vorster

The Rhodes University fine art students aren’t really seen all that much throughout the year. Besides popping up for a few smaller exhibitions, they’re generally perceived as spending all of their free time sitting in front of canvases tentatively painting away, behind laptops tweaking multimedia works, or hunched over worktables in paint splattered, cluttered, studios. 1,101 more words

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Dr Liz Lange: (Re) thinking academic freedom

Dr Lis Lange -a senior director in the University of the Free State’s directorate for institutional research and academic planning, addressed Rhodes academics from different faculties and senior management staff at the DSC Oosthuizen Academic Freedom Memorial lecture couple of weeks ago at Barratt Hall. 466 more words

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Photo Essay: RU Neko Anime Society Japanese Classes

By Wynona Latham

Most Sundays the Rhodes Neko Anime society holds beginner Japanese classes in Arts Minor. 559 more words

Successful Year for JJH Educational Project

By Sarah Beningfield

As the transport busses carrying volunteers pull up at Jehovah Jireh Haven in Alexandria, the children all run to gather at the gate. 511 more words

This Is Grahamstown

Student Strives to Make a Difference

By Sarah Beningfield

Sarah Roberts is a third year Law and Politics student at Rhodes University. Despite the challenging degree that she is working towards; Roberts found the time to create and maintain the JJH Educational Project. 615 more words

This Is Grahamstown

Is the female voice loud enough?

Her auburn coloured hair falls on her soft and beautiful face. She swiftly moves towards the canteen where her co-workers are gathered. She gives off a chuckle of compassion as they try to explain why they are not doing their work. 516 more words

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