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Students at Canterbury College in Kent have launched Blue Monday Awareness Day.
As one of the largest Further and Higher Education Colleges in the South East with approximately ten thousand students, Canterbury College considers a reliable wireless network a necessity.
Mrs Keane was born in Carmarthen and began her professional life as a teacher, holding posts at Merthyr Tydfil Technical College and Canterbury College of Art among others.
In addition, Henderson is establis-ing a scholarship with leading Canterbury college St Bede's which, also from next year, will allow one promising 18 or 19-year-old attached to Cov to go to New Zealand for six months between February and August and play rugby.
Macmillan Brown held the English Chair at Canterbury College from 1874 until 1895.
He also used a scanner at Canterbury College, the court heard.
Somerset-born Bridget was keen to go into TV from the moment she signed up for her art and design degree at Canterbury College of Art.
77) This affiliation agreement was accepted in principle and Canterbury College would be ready to undertake academic work in the fall of 1958 with the establishment of one course in religious knowledge.