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Response to Channel 9 ’60 Minutes’ report
March 5, 2018

Here is the College’s statement in response to Sunday night’s 60 Minutes program, which ran a segment about culture at Australian university residential colleges. If members of the broader College community have any questions about the program, our response, or our policies and procedures, please contact the Principal, Wayne Erickson, on (02) 9565 7300 or on principal@standrewscollege.edu.au The College’s response…

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    My College Experience, by Susannah Cooke
    February 27, 2018

    Read our 2018 Senior Student Susannah Cooke’s opinion piece here. Titled ‘The Female College Experience No-One Wants to Hear,’ it is a compelling piece regarding her experience of the St Andrew’s College community she has been a part of over the past few years. You can also find St Andrew’s College response to the ABC’s 7:30…

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    Statement regarding ‘The Red Zone’ Report

    As part of the broad sweep of The Red Zone Report, St Andrew’s wishes to respond to allegations of specific incidents purported to have occurred in this College. The College’s statement can be read here.

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    Androvian James Matheson Selected for Winter Olympics
    January 31, 2018

    Our College is proud to share the news that former Andrew’s man, James Matheson (fr 2014), has been selected for the upcoming Winter Olympics and will soon be competing in PyeongChang. James will be representing Australia in Mogul Freestyle Skiing. James is currently studying a Bachelor of Commerce at University of Sydney. He made the decision…

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    6th Sony Foundation SAC Children’s Camp Wraps Up
    December 19, 2017

    View the photo album here St Andrew’s College proudly hosted the sixth consecutive annual camp for children with disabilities sponsored by the Sony Foundation. The 2017 camp ran from the 30 November – 3 December, providing four fun-filled, action-packed days for the twenty children who participated. The camp is entirely student-led, predominately by an organising committee of seven…

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