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Architecture without walls

                      By Isabelle Anne Abraham “We are free, but there’s an absence of our presence – what happened to that?” asked Doung Anwar Jahangeer in his talk, ‘CityWalk: Art, Architecture and Social Justice’. Co-hosted by Visual and Performing Arts of …

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Dagga couple controversy: Viv responds

    Below is the story to which Dean of Students, Dr. Vivian de Klerk wrote a response to Activate. Her letter can be found at the end of the story. By Karlien van der Wielen If Jules Stobbs and Myrtle Clarke have their way, there might soon be 3.2 …

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A stitch in time

By Karlien van der Wielen “A hundred years ago, four scholarly, moustached gentlemen in stiff white collars, all distinguished in their chosen professions, walked down the hill from St Andrew’s College, where they taught, to start Rhodes University College in Grahamstown in the Cape Colony.”

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How you can give back

    By Karlien van der Wielen Rhodes prides itself on the strides it is taking in terms of reaching out to the community around it. With the common concept of the “Rhodes bubble” being popped by official community engagement programs, students are also doing their utmost to get in …

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