We are delighted to announce that Dr Matthew Bach, former history teacher at the College, has won a seat in the Victorian Parliament as a member of the Liberal Party.
News from OBs
This month's OB of the Month is JP Carpenter (Ha. 1984-89). JP is currently the Clinical Lead for Cardiology at Poole Hospital, specialising in cardiovascular imaging.
We are delighted to share the news that OB David Grigor (Le. 1982-87) has been awarded the ‘Do It’ Award from UnLtd UK.
This month’s OB of the Month is Eleni Garidis (Se. 2005-11). Eleni is currently a Regional Account Manager for LinkedIn’s largest global clients in Asia, and is a member of the Women at LinkedIn Committee.
This month's OB of the Month is Menhaj Huda (Ch. 1980-85), a film and television director and producer. Menhaj is best known for his film Kidulthood (2006), written by Noel Clarke.
The Head Master was very pleased to hear from Alex Bone (Ha. 2003-17) who, having moved to Australia for university, started a crowdfunding page to raise money for the town of Cobargo in New South Wales, which was decimated by the recent bushfires.
From Seldon House Song performances in the Great Hall, to centre stage of The London Palladium, we are extremely proud of the achievements of OB Bess Atwell over the past few years.
Idealistic thoughts of good peace terms? Citizens rejecting the leadership to whom it now follows? Nearly 2,500 years later and still the political themes present in Aristophanes’ Frogs are of great pertinence to us today. OB Ellice has produced this year's UCL Classic department play, which is set within the backdrop of the artistic and social movement of Futurism.