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SRC Constitutional Amendments

The Constitutional Amendments which the SRC of 2012 wish to discuss and have been discussing at the past two Student Body as well as Student Forum Meetings are available for viewing. Also find the guidelines for advertising on campus here.

 

“Do One Thing For Diversity & Inclusion” Campaign

Monday 21 May? 2012 As part of the International Week at Rhodes University, we encourage you to like and make a comment on the “Do One Thing For Diversity & Inclusion” Facebook page on Monday 21 May, which is the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development at: http://www.facebook.com/DoOneThingforDiversityandInclusion/info The 2012 campaign aims: 1. To raise awareness worldwide about the importance of intercultural dialogue, diversity and inclusion. 2. To build a world community of individuals committed to support diversity with real and every day-life gestures. 3. To combat polarization and stereotypes to improve understanding and cooperation among people from different cultures. Deborah Radloff International Office

 

Parking on Campus

Dear Students As Rhodes University has expanded in size over the years, the road system on Campus has become increasingly congested, with a limited amount of parking space available. Unfortunately there will be even more pressure on parking from June this year, when the building of a new Education Building will begin in the Grey St parking lot (near Allan Webb Hall). The site will be accessible to construction staff only, with no through route. After completion, there will only be limited parking for disabled and staff. Students are reminded that that there are 240 parking bays in the Barratt Car Park (with 24/7 security), within a 10 minute easy walk to most parts of campus. Also note that all restricted areas such as Central Campus and St Peters Campus are open after-hours for staff and students. Your understanding and patience will be appreciated. Vivian de Klerk DEAN OF STUDENTS