year in review 2018 Paperturn - Page 178



“One thing that has not changed is the inspiration I have always
felt when presiding over these joyful and life-altering [graduation]
ceremonies. They are the culmination of our academic work
…. But even more exciting is being introduced to a graduate’s
parents and in front of us stands the person representing the
next generation – now a doctor, accountant, lawyer or engineer.
This is the visible evidence that UCT is changing the lives and
circumstances of an individual, a family and a community
within the scope of a single generation.”
DR MAX PRICE, VICE-CHANCELLOR UNTIL 30 JUNE 2018
“I challenge you to use your education, this precious gift, to serve
your community and your society, to help achieve the dream of
a future that is more just, equal, fair, to make it inclusive for all.
I challenge you to set your super-power dials to ‘in service’. If you
dare to accept my challenge today, what a wonderful miracle might
unfold in our country and our world.”
VICE-CHANCELLOR PROFESSOR MAMOKGETHI PHAKENG

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