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    Dexter Dias' new book Ten Types of Human is released
    Dexter Dias QC (OS 1981) has published The Ten Types of Human with Penguin Books. As Queen’s Counsel, Dexter has been instructed in some of the largest cases of terrorism, genocide and crimes against humanity, pushing him to examine human will at its most extreme and prompting him to ask the m...
    Posted: Wednesday, 16 August 2017
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    Patrick Jenkinson in Tri Untested Challenge
    Patrick Jenkinson (OS 2005) and his friend Douglas Flynn have completed their incredible Tri Untested challenge in Rwanda, to raise awareness and funds for people living with disability in Africa.

    The friends came up with the idea of undertaking three arduous challenges: a Wheelchair Marathon...
    Posted: Wednesday, 16 August 2017
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    Book your tickets for the Annual Dinner 2017
    We're delighted to be hosting our fifth Annual Dinner at the Museum of London on Friday 10 November. The museum is the permanent home of the London 2012 Olympic Cauldron, designed by Old Sennockian Thomas Heatherwick. Book your tickets here...
    Posted: Friday, 11 August 2017
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    Prestigious award for Professor Tom McLeish
    Professor Tom McLeish (OS 1980) is the first recipient of the Sam Edwards Medal, from the Institute of Physics, for distinguished contributions to soft matter physics. Professor McLeish was given the award in June 2017 for his sustained and outstanding contributions to the fields of molecular rheolo...
    Posted: Friday, 30 June 2017
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    Ed Stambollouian named as one of the Old Vic 12
    Ed Stambollouian (OS 2006), Theatre Director, was named as one of the Old Vic 12, from a pool of 1300 applicants. Ed will be one of twelve emerging creatives attached to the theatre for a year under artistic director, Matthew Warchus. Read more...
    Posted: Wednesday, 3 May 2017

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