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It’s always gratifying to hear news of our graduates going on to achieve success in their studies after leaving Northside, or of their involvement in ministry and mission. It’s lovely to hear about special events in their lives too – of weddings, births and travel adventures.
 
Here is just some of the ongoing stories of our past students and their achievements.
 
Zac Griffiths-Jones
Zac, who was our Dux in 2006 graduated with Honours from Melbourne University in March and has now commenced her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at La Trobe Uni. This is the final stage in her plan to become a clinical psychologist. This will take her eight years all up. Now that’s dedication. There’s more good news from Zac. She is engaged to be married. Ben Buchanan is the lucky man. He and Zac plan to marry next month. Zac is seen here with her mother Rosemary and brother Ash.
 
Sacha Rudolph and James Eynaud 
Recently I attended my son’s Graduation at La Trobe University and was delighted to see Sacha Rudolph was graduating too. Sacha has completed her Bachelor in Biomedical Science with Honours while James was graduating with his Bachelor in Biological Sciences. Both graduates are moving on to Masters studies, Sacha in Radio Imaging and James in teaching. Well done both of you!
 
Joanne Marcucci
 
Joanne recently finished her Bachelor of Health Science with Honours at La Trobe. In 2012 Joanne had commenced studies for her PhD. Her thesis will examine people’s perceptions of the Pink Ribbon and Movember awareness campaigns to assess their effectiveness in achieving their goals. Joanne is the recipient of a scholarship to support her studies. She anticipates her Phd will take three years to complete and in the meantime she will continue working as a tutor in the Health Sciences Dept at La Trobe University.
 
Joanne recently finished her Bachelor of Health Science with Honours at La Trobe. In 2012 Joanne had commenced studies for her PhD. Her thesis will examine people’s perceptions of the Pink Ribbon and Movember awareness campaigns to assess their effectiveness in achieving their goals. Joanne is the recipient of a scholarship to support her studies. She anticipates her Phd will take three years to complete and in the meantime she will continue working as a tutor in the Health Sciences Dept at La Trobe University.
 
Tidal River SUFM
 
Each summer young people all around Australia donate their holiday time to participate in missions that operate in popular holiday destinations. Daily programs of fun, Bible teaching, games, music and drama aim to introduce children to Jesus and to strengthen faith. Four of our past students made up part of the team at Tidal River in January – (L to R) Elli Cook, Tim Cook, Nick Eynaud and Jess Bland. We are very proud of you.