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Lover+Another Poetry Challenge

Are you between the ages of 17-30, Live in and around Grahamstown, A writer and performer, Got your travel bag Ready, Keen for Mega prizes? Then you should grap this opportunity. You stand to WIN cash prizes, a TRIP to Joburg to compete nationally and more importantly a chance for YOU to represent RHODES and GRAHAMSTOWN and the Eastern Cape and put US on the SA MAP 4sure ! If you are up for the challenge shout out to Ms LLA Thakoli Vice-President of Bua poetry Society, Jacinta Jack President of Hip hop Soc, Marcia Modiba, SHARC president, or send a direct email to sharc.president@gmail.com alternatively you can find us at the Kaif


Dancing with the Staff 2012

Six lecturers are paired up with six student dancers to learn a Ballroom/Latin routine for your votes! This year's contestants include: •Christopher McQuaid (Zoology) •Juan Munoz (Music) •Joy Owen (Anthropology) •Paul Maylam (History) •Lindsay Webber (Accounting) •Anna Christensen (Journalism) PLUS: Catch amazing performances from our Contemporary, Lyrical Hip Hop and Broadway Jazz dancers! Date: Sat 19 May Venue: Great Hall Time: 7pm Ticket: R20/ R10 (students) - on sale at Kaif, in our classes and at the door https://www.facebook.com/events/407545215942561/ Queries: ballroom@ru.ac.za


Lelona Thembakazi Fufu Memorial Prize.

Members of Rhodes University will be aware that Ms Lelona Thembakazi Fufu was murdered while hitching from Port Elizabeth to Grahamstown for her graduation on Thursday 12 April this year. Ms Fufu had come through the Science Foundation Programme to complete a BSc in mathematics and mathematical statistics and in 2011, a joint Honours in mathematics and mathematical statistics. The University has decided that a memorial prize in her name would be an appropriate way to remember her and what she brought to the life of the University and her residence. The Lelona Thembakazi Fufu Memorial Prize will be awarded annually at Graduation to a student graduating in science with a BSc or BSc (Hons) who has overcome educational hardships to achieve very good results. Preference will be given for a student who has come through the Foundation Programme and who has majored in the mathematical or statistical sciences. Where there are suitable recipients at both BSc and BSc (Hons) levels, two awards may be made.