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Students empowered through outdoor education experience

AIEF tegan_from_loreto-normanhurstStory and images supplied by Michelle Penfold

For Indigenous students who attend boarding school, stepping out of their comfort zone is a familiar concept. Not so familiar, however, is spending a week camping out in the Aussie bush and pushing themselves to their absolute limit, which is exactly what 18 brave students have just accomplished on a week-long camp as...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:28

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Kiel named Griffith’s Young Alumnus of the Year

kiel-weigelBy Rhonda Hagan

Young Mununjali man, Kiel Williams-Weigel, has won Griffith University's Arts, Education and Law Young Alumnus of the Year.

Kiel graduated with a Bachelor of Education and said he was shocked, considering he only just passed University, but it meant alot to him.

"I always struggled through school and was always going off to the special classes with my cousins to learn how to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:27

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