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International student mentors - A BIG thank you

Jun
08

 

 Hi, Now that we have reached the end of the academic year , I must  extend a heartfelt thanks to Duarte and Anita who have done such  sterling work on our behalf this year. Best  wishes for the future.

I also have to thank Laura who has given massive support throughout the year.

NOW - as Duarte and Anita will be graduating we will need 2 new international  student mentors for 2017/18. If you think you would like to help out with this please do get in touch with me and we can talk about what's involved.

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Public Affairs Exam Friday 9.06.17

Jun
07

The Public Affairs exam will be held on Friday 9 June.  The exam starts at 2pm but PLEASE ARRIVE AT 1.30 and bring your ID card.  The exam will be held in 3 different newsrooms as follows:

Year 1 in G1-04 except for extra time students (see below)

MAs in G3-19 (except for extra time students (see below)

Freddie, Josh Flores, Chloe Pizzey, James Connolly and Kaya in G1-04

Extra time students (Jack, James, Alex Crean, Amber, Callum Mcavoy, Shannon) in G1-03

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Public Affairs Revision for Year 1 - TODAY

Jun
07

Paul is giving a Public Affairs revision session today 7 June at 3pm in the UG newsroom

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Public Affairs Revision

May
31

Paul will be holding two Public Affairs revision sessions next week.  Below is the MA session.  The year 1 session will be confirmed soon.

MA: Tuesday, 6 June at 2pm in UG newsroom

 

 

 

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It’s 30 years since Cuito Cuanavale. How the battle redefined southern Africa

May
30

An examination of whether a single battle, that ended in stalemate, changed southern Africa.

https://theconversation.com/its-30-years-since-cuito-cuanavale-how-the-b...

            


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Greetings from Gravesend

May
25

Being a student in the Medway towns is an interesting experience. This little corner of the world has never been known for its endless attractions and activities. However, we don’t let this defeat us. If we have to make our own fun, we will and when boredom strikes what better way to fill a few hours than to take an 11.3-mile stroll along Medway’s picturesque motorways to the glorious town of Gravesend.

 

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Goodbye (my babies)

May
24

Dear Students, as you all probably know by now I shall be leaving the Centre at the end of June. Before you all disappear after the exams I just wanted to say 'bye and wish you all the very best of luck in your future studies and careers.  I have no doubt that you will all go on to do great things.  I shall miss you all (yes, even though at times you have pushed me to the brink of frustration) but I intend to keep in touch with the Centre so will hear about all your successes.  Thank you to all year 2 students for the lovely card.

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Revision session for Year 1 Convergent Journalism

May
22

We'll be holding a revision session for Year 1 Convergent Journalism in the main newsroom on Thursday (25 May) at 12 noon.

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Byline Festival - The World's First Festival Of Journalism is looking for volunteers!

May
15

Where and when? 2-4 June, Pippingford Park, Nutley, East Sussex, is looking for volunteers - sign up for a pair of free tickets worth £300 if you can help

Interested? please contact Stephen Colegrave at [email protected]

Byline Festival will feature many great journalists and is partnered by NUJ, The Press Association and the Frontline Club, who will be recreating their world famous bar at the festival. With three big tent discussions and a special workshop programme for student journalists this will be a great event - but it doesn't stop there.

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