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Photojournalist and MA student Lindsay Mackenzie was in Cairo in February to cover the events that led to Hosni Mubarak’s resignation as president of Egypt.
Arches meets Teresa Graham, whose work with London's Lexi Cinema supports a community in South Africa.
A chat with Geography graduate Ed Stafford, the first man to navigate the entire 4,000-mile length of the Amazon River on foot.
In September 2010 Rebecca Holliday (BSc Mathematics 2005) and partner Ryan Davies embarked on an epic adventure – cycling 15,000 miles from England to New Zealand.
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A group of intrepid trekkers with a genetic eye disease, including Newcastle graduate Joe Churcher, are taking on a challenging mission across Iceland's volcanic interior in a bid to raise urgently-needed funds for research into a cure.
This year’s Convocation lecture ‘A Sustainable Revolution’ will be given by graduate and architect Jeremy Blake (BA Architectural Studies 1974, BArch 1977).
AlumNews chats to LA-based film and TV director, Phil Traill (BA Combined Studies 1995) ahead of the release of his new Brit-flick, Chalet Girl, on 16 March.
Five medical graduates lay bare their lives and careers for a new BBC Three documentary. Frankie Clarke reports.
Isle of Dogs-based Mudchute Uncles (MURL) seeks Rugby League players of all abilities, sponsors and community contacts as it enters its first season.