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Comprehensive jazz research programme launched

New General Manager for the Fugard Theatre

The feel good tour

New English Honours course

Congratulations Prof Burton

A new name for RIBS

Chemistry Department reaches “In”

Biotechnology student wins award

Race, space and history

A shot at glory

Prof Kanfer elected as AAPS Fellow

Another African moot competition win

Rhodes marks World AIDS Day

Khula Project on a growing curve

Outreach programme leads to collaborative project

Buckland is back with a bang

World Aids Day at Rhodes

Connecting with our writers

GRLI accepts RIBS as a partner

Thinking Africa “Shifting the Geography of Reason”

Grahamstown to host top-notch writers

The best business school in the Eastern Cape

Prof Palmer rejoins Rhodes

Interrogating the concept of ‘curriculum’

Inspiring a passion for maths

Rhodes extends sympathies to Jacobs’s family

EC trout project wins UN business award

Ignite the Christmas Spirit of Adventure

Challenging writers to keep on writing

Music Student Conducts Original Work in Italy

A legacy of leadership

Cultural values and conservation

“We can never say we didn’t know”

Dr Blade Nzimande commended Rhodes

Diversity breeds innovation

Rhodes jazz postgrad recital

Environmental heroes honoured

Amazing Success at the MDDF

Rhodes Library official opening

In the beginning was the image

Rhodes Fine Arts Graduate Student Exhibitions 2010

Whole lotta heart

English Research Associate publishes biography

Hyperlocal experience

Makana Drama Development Festival

The quest for conservation

RIBS and Mercedes join forces

A debate to cast light on higher education aims

Grahamstown Citizen of the Year 2010

The psychology of poverty

Through love we can fight HIV/Aids

Where leaders learn

Ageing, wellbeing and development

Lifetime contribution to Computer Science rewarded

Journalism schools take the media debate forward

A cautious optimism prevails

When a man cries

Debates around xenophobia

Participation in education

An undemocratic democracy

Forward-thinking education in Mathematics

Rhodes Law team win Africa moot competition

BioBRU students in Germany

Entrepreneurs as Architects of Wealth

Leaders of the future

A double win for Rhodes Sport

The challenge of unconstitutional change

The Green Fund Fun Run

A rare glimpse of a cherished collection

Role of bloggers comes under spotlight

Chinese Involvement in African Higher Education

China Week a huge success

DCS Oosthuizen memorial lecture

Humanities feature in Schonland lecture

A very sad goodbye

A delicate balance

Recapturing cultural knowledge

But wait there’s more!

Fraudsters on the prowl

BioBRU’s research reaches another level

Researcher honoured for work in snake systematics

Focus on Wellness and HIV/AIDS

Community Engagement at Rhodes University

The Inaugural Lecture by Paul-Henri Bischoff

In honour of academic freedom

SA Solar Challenge 2010

Facing the past – a must for social change

The Constitution: An invaluable Foundation for the

New South African dictionary launched

The unlikely secret agent

Football consumption and cultural transformation

Prof Nyokong receives a special award

R4.5 million sponsorship for Rhodes Sport

‘Ion Lady’ over the moon at new post

Looking at Grahamstown water then and now

Making a contribution to exciting new technology

Post-grad opportunities at Rhodes

A breathtaking journey through time

Building the Drama Department’s creative options

Race and representation at 2010 World Cup

Shaping the Dream

Minister Naledi Pandor visits Rhodes University

The Teach-In panel discussion

An African context

Examining the legacy of Soccer World Cup

Best essay for Rhodes student

Health Care Colloquium discusses challenges

Library staff commended

Buitendag Awarded Prize for Composers’ Competition

Progressive jurisprudence benefits law faculty

Progressive jurisprudence highly pertinent

Library launches Research Commons

Black Stars to Superstars

South Africa lags behind in ergonomics

Good health, your treasure

Jamal provokes a lively discussion

Ex-Eastern Cape writer lands top job at UK paper

Are journalism schools to blame for ‘bad' media?

A week of awareness

Confucianism/Ubuntu Colloquium

A Hero Remembered

Call for High Court seat retention

Snail research puts MSc student in the limelight

Prof Zhang brings Chinese Foreign Policy to Rhodes

Healing the land and air

Sporty students take on the world

In honour of Ruth First

Stats SA presents EEA to staff and students

Colloquium shows Biodiversity targets not met

Honouring Rhodes alumni

Celebrating Women

Maths can be fun

Vuvuzelas and Varsity Cup reflections and lessons

A heartfelt goodbye: Mark Hipper

A feast of postgraduate talent

Rhodes students hold protest at police station

Most Influential Women finalist

Celebrating Women

Prof Ellery honoured

Improving science education at school

Entrepreneurship next on the RIBS agenda

Exhibiting a stark message

Transformation is not simply numbers

A kooky show

Kingsley is one of two finalists

Ruth First Scholarship now open for applications

English Olympiad top 50 receive scholarships

Nakedness is not an invitation

First for Women Rising Star Award winner

Author's salute to literature, liberation

Struggle icons energise new generation

Aspirations of an Afrocentric Science

Walking on the wild side

International meetings turn therapeutic

African statesmen to address the University

Promising Rhodes piano student goes international

Rhodes lecturer only South African to attend Summer Institute

RIBS staff on the move

Rhodes piano student to travel to Israel

Rhodes Analytical Chemistry student makes important innovation

Biodiversity students garner grants and go globe-trotting

Jane Duncan to train Parliamentary Portfolio Committee

A couple of geeks

Rhodes student recognised for excellence – against all odds

Financial boost for caracal MSC

Launch of ‘handbook’ for Citizen Journalism

2010 journalism education census released

Organisational sustainability is King

Local app scoops SIM award

Chillibush founder is a ‘hot’ start to Think!fest 2010

Africa faced with increased digital threats

The end is near for the pesky woolly whitefly

Word-of-mouth goes hi-tech

RIBS hosts influential guest speakers at Think!Fest

100 tongues debut at festival

A story of two clowns: one with no legs, one with no clue

More “Amazing” from Rhodes and the National Arts Festival

Rhodes student wins French trip

First Physical Theatre Company presents New Voices at National Arts Festival

Drama Graduates strike like mint scented sledgehammers

NRF give BioBRU researchers a vote of confidence

HEX – the celebration of women

Rhodes staff feel the soccer fever

Computer Science student scoops a Google International scholarship

JMS introduces isiXhosa

‘Africa’s Underdevelopment: Digital Citizens Speak Back’

Galela Amanzi and partners launch 9th rainwater tank project

World Journalism Education Congress comes to Rhodes

Reflections on the recent Higher Education Summit

The Library Building Project nearing completion

Rhodes student video hits YouTube headlines

Eastern Cape, hotspot for biodiversity research

Rhodes graduate collaborates with BioBRU on groundbreaking research

Business school focuses on the arts

Nyokong puts women in Science on the map

Making festival count for small business

Biodiversity Colloquium

Psychology professor makes her mark

Rhodes calls for the High Court to remain in Grahamstown

Bobbejan klim die berg… or does he?

Of Trojan Horses, Queens Messengers and Iron Maidens

Put fun back into mathematics

South Africa’s public intellectual space is deteriorating

Rhodes students refuse to be complacent about HIV/Aids

Collaborative research offers hope in the fight against malaria

Rhodes University grades 1 to 5 support wages to increase by 9.8%

Soccer as a weapon for development

A moving rendition by Judge Albie Sachs

Getting art out there

Judge Albie Sachs to launch the Ruth First Scholarship

Learning to be original

A win (d)-win (d) situation?

New Public Services Broadcasting Bill invokes mixed reactions

Rhodes head of department gets soccer stadiums into shape before world cup

Nyokong receives honorary doctorate

Rhodes and government join forces against HIV and Aids in the workplace

So long and thanks for the fish

Is the 2010 Soccer World Cup good or bad for the country?

Rhodes University commemorates World Press Freedom day

Rhodes Masters student marries language and technology

Iindaba Ziyafika – The News is Coming…on a Cell Phone

Socially responsible medicine

Anti Sex Crimes Week comes to an end

MBA graduate survives open-heart surgery and still passes

Rural people are doing it for themselves

Why do students drop out, and why do they graduate?

An encouraging turnout at the Rhodes Ethics in Research Symposium

Mother and son graduate together

Municipality land to be transferred to Rhodes

Opportunities and Challenges for South African business in China

Prof Froneman presents the first Distinguished Research Award lecture

A Professional Association of Eastern Cape English Teachers launched

Rape protest grows from 80 in 2006 to 1000 in 2010

Human Rights champion honoured at graduation

Dr Gordon Cragg offers wise words to new graduates

Minister accepts public apology

Dr Rob Davies receives a public apology from Rhodes

Pride and no prejudice at Grad opening

Prof Skae speaks to 180 business leaders

Rhodes honours Abdullah Ibrahim

HIV finally speaks for itself

An award-winning performance for Ubom!

Award-winning author to speak at graduation

More women to graduate in 2010

Spier Residency Fellowship for Rhodes graduate

HIV and Aids takes centre stage

BioBRU on Retreat

Remembering Sharpeville fifty years on

Frontiers of Science and Rhodes lecture series kicks off

RIBS MBA student awarded prestigious European Summer School scholarship

Hundreds for the ‘silent protest campaign’ against sexual violence

Two students debate in New York

Power in your pocket

Origins of racism investigated in new book

A tragic turning-point: remembering Sharpeville fifty years on

Project on Africa media coverage launched

Emotions ran high as students, staff and family members honour women activists

Catherine Foxcroft exposes a neglected dimension of performance: emotions

Journalism student in Twenty Ten dream team

Accounting students make Rhodes proud

Muffling the vuvuzela

Raymond Suttner examines the Zuma era in crisis at a Humanities seminar

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Exclusions for three Rhodes University students found guilty of assault

Pregs Govender to launch Human Rights Week

Women activists honoured in a residence naming

VC forum debates water "crisis"

Climate Consortium launch puts a spot-light on Rhodes’ sustainability initiative

Community Engagement week launch – learning through service

Water challenges to be debated at a VC Public Forum

Judge Mervyn King opens Rhodes Business Forum

Sir David King to open the SEACC launch

Inauguration of a new Digital Access Node in Ngwane

Rhodes University Graduate excels in the Professional Practice Examination

Understanding our future with Dr James Martin

Professor Roderick Walker ‘s Inauguration

Ford Foundation Award for Rhodes Student

Viv's variety concert sizzles

Rhodes University promotes Anti Alcohol-Abuse Week through Variety Show

Rhodes Professor Addresses the UN

Questioning Higher Education: 3 Roundtables Discussions on Issues

Human rights lawyer and award-winning author to address Rhodes students

Academic Freedom, Institutional Autonomy and Public Accountability

Construction work begins on three new residences

Obituary: Douglas Eric Arthur Rivett (27 June 1921 – 25 January 2010)

Historic moment as the new library opens its doors to students and staff

Céad míle fáilte - a hundred thousand welcomes to Rhodes University

New Rhodes students begin their orientation week today

Bridging the divide between the world of business and the business of academia

Reshaping reportage on Africa

Launch of Rhodes Annual Fund

AFRICA-NORWAY: Inclusion and exclusion in universities

SOUTH AFRICA: Five new astronomy chairs

GLOBAL: Marketisation, globalisation and universities

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