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 Issue 139, 31 March 2004
Contents
£76m centre for clinical imaging«
Tribute to miracle miler Sir Roger«
Harriet’s prime howler!«
International student awards«
Making a grand entrance«
Lowering blood pressure«
It’s a bug’s life«
Will powers IC Trust«
We’re on the map«
Britain the ‘tobacco control time-warp’«
Cutting carbon emissions«
When too much competition can prove unhelpful…«
Emotional intelligence scrutinised«
Move to new headquarters«
Staff Pay and Grading update«
An international night to remember«
Water way to make a splash at College…«
Science soirée at Silwood«
Snap happy…«
In Brief«
Media Spotlight«
Noticeboard«
What’s on«

An international night to remember

INDIAN dancing, Nigerian singing and American rap featured at the International Evening at Wye campus, which opened with a fashion show featuring colourful national costumes representing many countries, from Japan to Zambia.

image: African dress

Highlights included Indian dancing by undergraduate students Ramandeep Mahil and Hansa Bhalsod (Applied Business Management BSc), a Nigerian song by postgraduate Sanmi Famuyide (Applied Environmental Economics MSc) and American rap by Benji Owusu-Daaku (Applied Business Management BSc). The Chinese society performed a drama, while local children played the harp and mandolin.

Professor Jeff Waage, provost of Wye campus, opened the event, focusing on the international diversity at Wye, where students come from more than 40 countries worldwide.

The annual event, which attracted more than 200 people and took place in the College dining hall, was organised by Wye campus’ overseas students organisation. Chair, Varun Sarda (Environmental Management BSc) commented: “The evening was well supported by both the College and the local community and everyone who attended really enjoyed themselves.”

 
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