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St Andrew’s has retained the University Cup for a fifth successive year!
October 10, 2016

Given the success of Rawson and Rosebowl, St Andrew’s have been rewarded the University Cup for the fifth year in a row. Congratulations to all our Sports Men and Women!

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    One Man, Two ‘Guvnors’ – A DRAMSOC Production
    October 6, 2016

    It’s that time of year again – Running 14-17 October in the Dining Hall, St Andrew’s College DRAMSOC Presents, “One Man, Two ‘Guvnors.’” Tickets are available for purchase here. 1960s Brighton, a socially naive Francis Henshall becomes separately employed by two men – Roscoe Crabbe, a local gangster, and Stanley Stubbers, an upper class criminal. Francis…

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    The Dick Spann Circle Lunch 2016
    October 5, 2016

    On Friday 30 September, Members of The Dick Spann Circle gathered together for the annual lunch to celebrate and give thanks to past and present members. Honouring long-time Vice Principal Dick Spann, the Circle was formed for alumni and friends of the College who have indicated they have left a bequest to St Andrew’s. Ian Harper (Fr 1950)…

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    Move over Mozart: Fresher Adrian Whitehall is making waves with ‘Seabed’
    September 28, 2016

    Fresher Adrian Whitehall is making waves with his Classical Composition ‘Seabed’ recently performed at the exclusive Brett Whiteley Studio. A double bass performance student at Sydney Conservatorium, Adrian has a passion for all things music including performance and composition. Adrian commenced double bass and classical guitar at age 11 and began experimenting with composition for a…

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    St Andrew’s Celebrate Win in the Palladian Instrumental
    September 22, 2016

    Palladian Cup: Instrumental Ensembles Instrumental ensembles of all shapes and sizes from the six old Colleges competed in the Palladian competition on Tuesday 20 September in the old refectory of the Union.  After twelve entertaining and imaginative performances ranging from a self-composing Pauline duo to an orchestra of two dozen from Women’s, five awards were made by…

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