Light Board operator, and Oscar Maguire (08-15) as sound designer. Other OAs involved were Tom Downie (11-16) as a member of the technical crew, Alex Holley (11-16), Patrick Hughes (11-16), Hamish Lloyd Barnes (09-16) as sound designers and Huw Roberts (09-16). OAs also took part in the timely reinvention of Remarque’s novel All Quiet on the Western Front which featured Dan Whitlam (08-13), George John (08-13), Alex Maxwell (08-13) and Angus Doughty (06- 13) and Charlie MacVicar (06-13). Ollie Norton-Smith (04-15) was the Assistant Director. The productions garnered a string of 5* and 4* transfering to the Soho Playhouse Off-Broadway in New York. Henry Fraser (08-11) has created a calendar featuring 12 of his best works of British sport heroes such as Bobby Moore and Andy Murray. The calendar is available to buy through the Matt Hampson foundation website. www.matthampsonfoundation.org Henry was included in the Top 10 list of the most influential people with a disability.
set by Cambridge University and used as part of their university offers. Around 800 of the best Mathematics students from the UK and around the world sit STEP III each year. Leslie’s top score has secured him a place to study Mathematics at Downing College. Gidon Gautel (04-15) gave an inspirational talk to Remove boys about his eye-opening experience studying in China in 2015. Gidon, who started his Chinese studies at Dulwich, was awarded a prestigious Confucius Institute Scholarship to study in Tsinghua University and successfully completed a Chinese language programme at advanced level at Qinghua University in Beijing.
Sebastian Gorgoń (14-15), was awarded a scholarship for the prestigious Amgen Summer Research Programme at the University of Kyoto. This follows a placement at the Weizmann’s ISSI Science Camp and his first year as an undergraduate studying Chemistry at UCL. Friends, family and teachers gathered to unveil a bench in memory of Christopher Chai (08-13). Christopher enjoyed a distinguished five years at the College and we were deeply saddened to learn of his death during his first term at university. He was a talented scientist, and it is therefore fitting that the memorial bench has been placed on the grass adjacent to the Laboratory. Alisdair Gurling (12-14) emigrated to Australia in 2014 where he continued his enjoyment of public speaking and debating at Scotch College and after success at the Australian Individual Public Speaking Competition he has made it into the Australian team to compete in the International Worlds School Debating Championships. The College hosted two OA weddings this year. Tasneem Kabir (95-00) and Amy Zhou celebrated their wedding. Nadim Dathi (85-87) and Anisah Dathi celebrated their Walima at the College.
Nick Galitzine (06-13) is making the news in modelling, music and films. He was on the red carpet in Cannes at the showing of his latest film High Strung, an American drama film starring Jane Seymour. Lucas Morel (08-15) received the highest accolade by being awarded Rector’s Prize from Dr Paul Thompson, the Rector of the Royal College of Art during the annual Young Art Exhibition.
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Leslie Leung (10-15) scored an impressive 118 out of 120 on the STEP III exam, one of the top scores in the country. The STEP papers (Sixth Term Entrance Papers) are
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