Masters Submitted

Today, I officially submitted my Masters thesis.

I am finally done.

I almost shed a tear before leaving the local PostNet. It felt like I was leaving behind a part of myself. I was suitably, and still am, a bit emotional about it.

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Monash South Africa Cultural Day

Yesterday Monash held a cultural day. A day in which students from various nations and nationalities may come together as one and explore the contrasts between differing cultures. One of the major attractions of the day, was the pitting of the different faculties and administrative departments against one another in a cook off. A ‘potjie
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It’s a walk in the park…

On Sunday, 26th August 2009, I participated in the 702 Discovery Walk the Talk charity event. I was entered representing, and on behalf of, the South African charter of the Monash Alumni Committee. This is the first time I have actually participated in an event created specifically for a ‘charitable’ cause. It is also the
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Mark Anthony Da Mata: 8th May 1985 – 18th January 2009

A dear friend of mine, Mark Anthony Da Mata, passed away in the early hours of Sunday 18th January 2009. The irrevocable loss I feel is indescribable. This is the first time I have lost a friend in death. Mark was a very close friend of mine whom I had known for over five years
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