Alumni and Friends

KENT magazine - Winter 2016

Highlights

A new home for justice

Wigoder Law Building

The Wigoder Law Building

On Thusday 6 October, the new Wigoder Law Building opened on the Canterbury campus at Kent. The Rt Honourable the Baroness Hale of Richmond, Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom officially unveiled the new building, with The Hon Charles Wigoder and Mrs Elizabeth Wigoder, principal benefactors, after which the building is named.

Join the conversation

The University hosts a huge range of events at our campuses and further afield - including lectures, receptions, reunions and many more! Our two new for 2016 events series, Think Kent and the In Conversation, continue to encourage discussion and dialogue, and welcome viewers from around the world to participate via social media. Find out more and how you can get involved.

On top of the world

Susannah Townsend (left) and Natasha Brennan

Read about two alumni whose success in their sports has inspired the nation and the next generation of athletes at Kent! Susannah Townsend (Medway, 2008), represented team GB at Rio in the Olympics. Natasha Brennan (Keynes, 2006) tried rugby for the first time at Varsity, and went on to win the 2014 world cup!

Feedback

If you have any comments on the magazine, suggestions for stories, photographs that you would like to share, or if you would like to learn how you can get involved in supporting our work please email us at alumni@kent.ac.uk.

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KENT also includes

  • The latest news from the University;
  • Kent: A cultural beacon;
  • Hear from Herman Van Rompuy on Brexit;
  • Kent Life: Kent Union and Sports;
  • News from the colleges.

 

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Last Updated: 16/12/2016