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St Andrew’s Anzac Day Chapel Service
April 28, 2017

Student blogger Hilary Shannon (fr 2015) recaps the inspiring Anzac Day Chapel service held in College earlier this week. She has also written a piece for the College blog titled ‘What Anzac Day Means to Millenials’. At 11am on 25 April, many Drew’s residents and other esteemed guests gathered in the Kinross Mackie Chapel for the…

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    Rawson Cricket Champions for 2017!
    April 18, 2017

    The St Andrew’s Rawson Cricket side had a stellar finish to their campaign last week, defeating the strong Pauline side on their home turf. With many rain delays, tension began to build and the hype finally culminated on the morning of the Grand Final. Drew’s won the toss and elected to bat, knowing it would be…

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    SAC Children’s Camp Celebrates Fifth Successful Event!
    April 15, 2017

    Watch the Sony Foundation St Andrew’s College Children’s Camp video here St Andrew’s College hosted one of our most memorable annual events in December: the annual Sony Foundation St Andrew’s College Children’s Camp. This is an exciting time where loud and bustling university students who usually fill the College’s great halls are replaced by even louder,…

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    Rohan Browning to Compete in World Relay Championships in Bahamas
    April 13, 2017

    Andrew’s man Rohan Browning (fr 2016) has this week flown to Nassau, in the Bahamas, to compete in the World Relay Championships. This is an international competition run by the IAAF (Athletics’ governing body), which started in 2014. Before he departed, we spoke to Rohan about his burgeoning athletics career. Can you tell us about the event you’ll…

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    Minami Takahashi Triumphs in the Palladian Solo Instrumental
    April 12, 2017

    View photos from the Solo Instrumental event on our Facebook page The standards of musicianship reached by the twelve instrumental soloists in the 2017 Palladian competition remain impressive, with some dazzling performances of an eclectic repertoire. There were four pianists, three guitarists, a violinist, a cellist, a trombonist, a flautist and a timpanist. The adjudicators Linda Lorenza,…

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