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Student’s Help Design Charity Ball Literature for the Mayor

In In the Press, News, School Leavers, on the 30th, May 2014

For the 12th year running Darlington College students were asked to help the town’s mayor by coming up with the designs for his annual charity ball. Environmentalist and Darlington’s Mayor Gerald Lee gave them the brief ‘rural borough of Darlington’ and the first year...

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Darlington College Student Brushes with Success

In News, on the 28th, May 2014

The 18-year-old, of Northallerton, fought his way to the finals and took on another student in a challenging task that involved free-hand painting and stencil work. The quality of his finished board, which featured emulsion, glaze-wipe and stencilling, saw him beat a contestant from...

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Journalism degree student gets top job in London

Journalism Degree Student Lands Top Job at London Communications Company

In News, on the 13th, May 2014

A DARLINGTON College journalism student has secured a top job in the nation’s capital even before being awarded his degree. Liam Pearce has just completed a BA (Hons) in Journalism and News Practice top-up degree. But the 22-year-old is already working with London-based Liberty...

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Art Student Katie isn’t Bored with Sport

In News, on the 12th, May 2014

Art and Design students images will now feature on trendy t-shirts being offered by a North-East firm as an alternative to mainstream fashion. Sixty Darlington College students were commissioned by Stockton-based Bored Sports to come up with graphics for a range of tee-shirts. The...

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Engineering student wins scolarship

Darlington College Engineering Student Awarded £12,000 Towards Cost of Studying to Masters Degree Level.

In News, School Leavers, University Level, on the 8th, May 2014

A YOUNG engineer who dreams of working in Formula 1 is in pole position after securing a prestigious scholarship. Darlington College student Jack Clark has been awarded £12,000 towards the cost of studying engineering to masters degree level. Equally important will be the 10...

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On the Ball with BTEC Sports Courses with Martin Gray

In News, on the 2nd, May 2014

Four students at Darlington College have enjoyed considerable success after teaming up with Darlington manager Martin Gray and his specialised football academy. BTEC Sports with football students Matty Lovegreen, 17, of Shildon, Dave Mitchell, 18, of Middleton-in-Teesdale, Adam Cocks, 18, of Richmond, and Aiden...

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