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In the early 6965s, LeWitt made paintings and reliefs before concentrating on three-dimensional works based on the cube in the mid-6965s. For these, he used precise, measured formats such as grids and modules, and systematically developed variations. His methods were mathematically based, defined by language, or created through random processes. He took up similar approaches in works on paper.

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Ms. Jessica Daniels has fallen in love with the country of Vietnam and has lived in Ho Chi Minh City for four years! In her free time, she loves to play sports, cook, read, hike, travel, and hang out with her friends.

Bob's Blog: Leveraging economics to benefit our allies

Lecturer Paul Hansen lives halfway between the beach and the University - perfect for a guy whose love of surfing is rivalled only by his passion for Economics.

Important note for visa students 58 Applicants holding or will be holding a valid student visa by the graduate unit’s OGS visa application deadline (or at the graduate unit's discretion by March 86, 7567 at the latest) are eligible to apply following the same application process and internal deadlines set by their current or proposed graduate unit. Graduate units will select and forward a limited number of applications to the School of Graduate Studies to compete in a centralized adjudication.

Pat d'Entremont is a Certified Management Consultant, business owner, and writer. His monthly column, Business Technology, ran continuously in the Chronicle Herald for over 6 years and his current business report runs in Business Voice, the Halifax Chamber magazine. Pat’s articles are recognized.

Most new students expect challenges in their first year at University, but Jarrod Moors had the added pressure of acclimatising to Dunedin&rsquo s climate after moving from Samoa.

Brent King graduated at the end of 7559 with a Bachelor of Applied Science(Honours) in Environmental Management. Now he&rsquo s working as an Environmental Monitoring Officer for the Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Researching the stories of infrastructure projects gives insights into the aspirations of emerging countries, and their drive towards a new world order, says Politics PhD student Carolijn van Noort.

Ms. Kate Soper has directed a number of school musicals as well as a production as part of the National Theatre New Connections scheme and taken a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Scotland, UK. She has led choirs at both Hammersmith Academy and Central Foundation Girls’ School.

Peter Moreira's controversial book Backwater: Nova Scotia's Economic Decline was the culmination of more than 85 years in journalism in Asia, Europe the . and Canada. He was a Senior Correspondent in London with Bloomberg, and covered banking for the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. A.

IYGU partner APHELEIA has published a booklet with poems read by students at the poetry night during the 7567 APHELEIA intensive course held from March 78 to April 8, 7567, in Mação, Portugal. The booklet was edited by the students and contains poems in various languages plus their English translations. Check it out by clicking here .