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  Alumni enthusiasm in Paris
On April 6th, what had been intended as a small informal gathering of alumni in Paris spiralled as almost 50 Durham graduates and friends descended on Carr's Restaurant.
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  Cosmology machine heads for new home in Africa
A supercomputer at Durham University that has been a star performer in unravelling the evolution of the Universe is taking on a new role to boost higher education work in Africa.
  Healthy outlook for Durham spin-out company
Durham University spin-out company ‘ReInnervate’ has secured £450,000 of funding with help from the Centre of Excellence for Life Sciences (CELS).

  Events for 2006
The Durham After Hours programme goes from strength to strength with dates in Liverpool and Glasgow.
  Graduate director makes cinema debut with Ant & Dec
Durham graduate Jonny Campbell, who has directed such television hits as Shameless, Phoenix Nights and episodes of Peak Practice, has made his feature film debut directing the cult duo Ant and Dec.

  Durham Alumni win Caribbean Yachting Regatta
In early April eight Durham Alumni sailors joined Robert Gillespie aboard his yacht Sarita in the British Virgin Islands to take part in the Oyster Spring Regatta and raise funds for the University Sailing Club’s appeal for a fleet of Firefly dinghies.

  Boston Ball sponsored by Durham leads to a new alumni group!
Following the success of the first 'British and Irish Universities Ball' in Boston last September, (at which there was a table of Durham graduates), a new group has been established for organising such events.
  Durham salutes high-ranking graduate
A Durham graduate has become the Royal Navy's first admiral from an ethnic minority and the highest-ranking such officer in the armed forces.
  Durham Graduate Faces Kilimanjaro
Despite having to face up to a degenerative bone disorder, Andrew Bolton (Graduate Society - now Ustinov College - 1995) reckons that climbing Kilimanjaro is the biggest challenge of his life.
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