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‘Life of the Mind’ month at St Andrew’s
May 11, 2018

‘Life of the Mind’ month has kicked off in College. A comprehensive calendar of events has been planned to celebrate music performance, academia, culture, history and creative arts. Monday 7 May: Senior Common Room Presentation by Professor Don Markwell, Warden at St Paul’s College Thursday 10 May: Palladian Cup – Solo Drama Monday 14 May: Senior…

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    Rosebowl Swimmers and Divers Make A Splash In the Pool
    May 8, 2018

    View the Rosebowl and Rawson Swimming and Diving photos here After braving many cold early morning starts, and even dodging a shark during an open water training session, the Drew’s women distinguished themselves by winning the Rosebowl Swimming for the third year in a row at the Intercollegiate Swimming Carnival held on 1 May at Sydney Olympic…

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    Position Vacant: Communications and Marketing Officer
    May 2, 2018

    The College is looking for a part-time Communications and Marketing Officer on a 12 month maternity leave contract. You can view the job ad here, and apply online via Seek. Applications close Friday, 11 May 2018. We thank you in advance for your interest.  

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    Palladian Cup: Instrumental Solos, 19 April 2018
    May 1, 2018

    View the Palladian Solo Instrumental photo album here Twelve talented young instrumentalists, two from each of the older Colleges, performed in the Old Refectory of the University Union. There were five pianists. Sancta students, Elena Turunen and Cassie Parke played a Schubert impromptu and a movement from a Haydn sonata, while Dennis Cheung from St Paul’s…

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    ANZAC Day in Review
    April 27, 2018

    An old maxim has it that one should avoid, at all costs, discussing politics or religion at the dinner table. Thankfully, few take heed of this advice at university colleges, where dining halls serve to appease both physical and intellectual appetites. Yet even a college dinner table is perhaps unfit for the discussion of one exceedingly…

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