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This past weekend has been one for the books. And I say that cliche with a lot of pride.

Friday was a day for emotion to drive in. 411 more words

Reflecting on the old and looking to the New Year

As I sit and read through Facebook, I see all these posts about the new year and resolutions. I began to think back through this year. 608 more words

Recent graduations

Congratulations to Caroline Delaisse and Timm Dobert!

As we close in on the end of 2015, two of the Ecosystem Change Ecology team students have successfully graduated from the University of Western Australia. 220 more words


Graduation: crucial stepping stone or meagre formality?

By Joshua Koome

Seated on a humble creamy white Kenplast chair on a sprawling and expansive square. Adorned on you is a loose-fitting gown, be it with striking shades of contrasting hues or just the all too familiar black usually associated with this triviality of graduation ceremonies. 136 more words


Double Graduation at RAF Valley

Pilots from two advanced fast jet flying training courses were able to celebrate their success recently at RAF Valley with a double graduation.


Being a Graduate is humiliating.

I know I know, graduating is supposed to be amazing. You have finished all your education and now you are ready to jump into the world of work and find yourself a nice job and get started on your life goals blah blah blah. 441 more words