May 15th, 2006

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Annual Degree Congregations


Annual Degree Congregations

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Tuesday 18th - Friday 21st July 2006

(Please note - some Faculties are split over several ceremonies)
Invites to eligible candidates will be issued via email in March 2006


Wednesday 19 July 2006 at 3.30 pm
Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences
Honorary Graduand: Mr Eddie Izzard - LittD, Arts



Thursday 20 July 2006 at 3.30 pm
Faculty of Arts
Honorary Graduand: Mr Sean Bean - LittD, Arts




http://www.shef.ac.uk/ceremonies/annualdegreesplit2006.html
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Finding bliss in Oblivion

Posted on Sun, May. 14, 2006
tech.life@play
Finding bliss in Oblivion
The latest in Elder Scrolls series may never be topped. No surprise, given its predecessor.

By Dennis McCauley
For The Inquirer

Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii garnered most of the attention at the just-concluded E3 expo in Los Angeles. That's to be expected since new-console announcements are invariably accompanied by enormous buzz. But since the PS3 and Wii do not launch until November, for now I am getting my next-gen console gaming fix from the Xbox 360. Only about six months old, the system is really starting to show its potential. Here is what I have been playing lately:

The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion

Bethesda Softworks. Xbox 360-$59.99 PC-$49.99.

Rating: M (17 and older) www.elderscrolls.com

Grade: A+Collapse )