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Meet Xavier Eales – 2017 St Andrew’s Scholar
March 22, 2017

The St Andrew’s Scholars are exceptional young men and women who thrive academically, are engaged in life and have the potential to make a significant positive contribution to our College and, in the future, the broader community. Xavier Eales is one of our St Andrew’s Scholars in 2017. Below he discusses his past achievements and what he is…

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    Celebrating 15 Years of Women at St Andrew’s College
    March 16, 2017

      Kicking off St Andrews’s 2017 Sesquicentenary Celebrations with a bang, on Monday night saw the celebration of a proud and exciting milestone for College: 15 years of co-residential living. While the presence of females may now seem to be an aspect of Drew’s that doesn’t involve a second thought, the active change that was the…

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    First Rawson Win of the Year!
    March 15, 2017

    St Andrew’s Rawson Cricket side had their opening match against Wesley College on Drew’s Oval on Monday 13 March. They won the toss and went into bat with Fresher Liam Hughes and Tom Galvin (fr 2016) getting the side off to a comfortable start with a 36 run partnership. Hughes was dismissed for 14 before Galvin…

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    Sesquicentenary Commencement Dinner

    On 22 February 2017, it was only fitting that current students, alumni, staff and the wider St Andrew’s Community gathered in the Chapel, which was the College’s Dining Hall until 1960, to celebrate the Commencement of our 150th Year. The formal celebrations began with a warm welcome from Principal Wayne Erickson, followed by Grace led by Rev….

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    Associate Professor Rufus Black announced as guest for Sesquicentenary Lecture
    March 1, 2017

    Associate Professor Rufus Black is the current master of Ormond College, a strategic advisor, ethicist and theologian. Rufus works on public policy, ethical and educational issues and has shown prominent Leadership in Australian University Life, particularly within the Residential Colleges sector. His predecessor, Davis McCaughey, delivered a well-remembered sermon at the Centenary Service almost 50 years ago and was a symbol…

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