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Andrew’s Claims A Hard-Fought Rawson Tennis Victory!
October 18, 2013

The men of the Rawson tennis team successfully kicked off their campaign last Friday with a strong 6-1 victory over St John’s. Only one doubles rubber was necessary after the boys compiled an unassailable 5-1 lead at the conclusion of the singles matches, with Charlie Drayton, Rhys Griffiths, Lachy Green, James Larkin and Matt Bukit all…

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    Rawson Basketball Wrap-Up
    October 16, 2013

    A challenging basketball campaign for the Andrew’s men seemed imminent as the first official trial attracted only ten men for a twelve-man squad. But as word trickled through the hallways that basketball may quite possibly be that extra sport to put under one’s belt, the second trial rolled around with high anticipation and hope – this…

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    Recapping A Winning Rosebowl Tennis Season
    October 14, 2013

    St Andrew’s 2013 Rosebowl Tennis team would have to be one of the most enjoyable teams to be a part of, both on and off the court. The team, which consisted of Carla, Zoe, Amy, Kirsty, Carolyn, Maddie, India, Alice, Jes and myself were able to reclaim the Rosebowl Tennis Cup once again! Our girls played…

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    Andrew’s Women Attend Future Health Leaders Forum
    October 10, 2013

    Andrew’s women Alice Scott (fR 2013) and Audrey Irish (a postgrad and Sub-Dean) recently attended the Future Health Leaders Rural Health Leadership Forum in Orange. Alice currently studies Medicine at UNSW and Audrey studies Dentistry at University of Sydney. “It was an inspiring conference and allowed students from different health disciplines to discuss how we can…

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    Three Minute Thesis at College
    October 9, 2013

    Last night the College hosted our first 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) event in the Senior Common Room. Our graduate students each had the opportunity to explain their research in three minutes in a language appropriate to an audience who do not specialise in their field of interest. Speakers on the evening included: Jessica Harper – ‘Synaesthesis: Synaesthesia and…

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