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Andrew’s Claims Overall Victory in Rawson Cricket!
March 20, 2014

Congratulations to the Andrew’s cricket team! Our men have conducted a successful campaign in the first 2014 Rawson competition. After consecutive wins against Wesley and John’s last week, our men were looking forward to the hotly contested final round today. In the end, Andrew’s claimed an overall victory following the forfeiture of Paul’s due to an…

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    Young Alumni Event A Great Success!
    March 14, 2014

    On Friday 7 March, around 120 past Andrew’s men and women gathered at the Imperial Hotel in Paddington, Sydney for an eagerly anticipated catch-up. It was wonderful to see ten different Fresher years represented on the night. Unlike previous ‘young alumni’ gatherings, the young ones outnumbered the ‘oldies’. However, it’s safe to say that all cohorts…

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    Postgrad Stefan Dimou’s Medical Elective Term in NYC
    March 13, 2014

    During January and February this year, Stefan Dimou (2011), a postgraduate medical student in residence at College, undertook his medical elective term in New York City at New York-Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Medical Center. Following a competitive application process, Stefan was one of four students selected to participate from the University of Sydney, receiving full financial…

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    Andrew’s Victorious in First Rawson Cricket Match!
    March 12, 2014

    Game situation: Andrew’s 2/242 Wesley 10/55 St Andrew’s won the toss and batted first making 2/242. Andrew Patrick and Tom Sutcliffe opened up the batting and Patrick fell victim before the 10th over after a solid start. Alex Shaw and Tom Sutcliffe played two great innings and put on well over a 100 run partnership before…

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    2013 St Andrew’s College Children’s Camp Report
    March 6, 2014

    St Andrew’s College hosted its second Children’s Camp (SACCC) on 4-8 December 2013. The camp involved children with special needs staying at College, cared for full-time by a university student ‘companion’. The camp aimed to give each child a fun, independent and meaningful experience, with some well-deserved respite for their parents. For the student carers, the…

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