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Holding the Mirror with Dr Hester Wilson
November 30, 2016

Holding the Mirror with Dr Hester Wilson As a result of criticism in Honi Soit, the Sydney Morning Herald and other forums in May this year, the College has undertaken a Review of Culture at College: Holding the Mirror. Can you tell us a little about the ‘Holding the Mirror’ Project? The Holding the Mirror Project…

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    St Andrew’s Stand Up Against Domestic Violence
    November 28, 2016

    On Friday St Andrew’s College Staff gathered with White Ribbon Ambassador and Principal Wayne Erickson in the Senior Common Room for an afternoon tea. White Ribbon Ambassadors are men who play a fundamental role in standing up, speaking out and acting against all forms of men’s violence and abuse against women. Ten staff members then vowed to help…

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    St Andrew’s Staff and Students attend ‘Allies’ Training
    November 23, 2016

    On 21 November 5 staff and 22 students of St Andrew’s College attended a half day ‘Allies’ training. Led by Shai Feniger from Pride in Diversity, the 3 hour session covered LGBTIQ issues and was directed at staff and students who have a genuine interest in supporting and further developing the College’s Diverse Culture. The session…

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    “The post-VD stretch, a Haiku” Awarded Principal’s Prize for Poetry
    November 11, 2016

    Charlie Cooke (Fr 2015) has been awarded first place in the Principal’s Prize for Poetry for his colourful piece entitled “The post-VD Stretch, a Haiku.” The artist statement and poem is featured below. Warning: Contains Strong Language.   Artist statement “A Haiku is a form of traditional Japanese poetry that usually contains 17 syllables arranged in a…

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    “Drought of the Land” Awarded Principal’s Prize for Prose

    Sally Judson (Fr 2015) has been awarded first place in the Principal’s Prize for Prose for her thought provoking piece entitled “Drought of the Land.” The artist statement and full prose is featured below.   Artist statement “Like a lot of young people from rural NSW, I grew up on a farm in the early 2000s…

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