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Archive criteria : May 2017

Anzac Day 2017 – Re-dedicating Johnson Oval

May 10, 2017 One of the highlights of the Anzac Parade was the re-dedication of the Johnson Oval — named in memory of Gunner Jack Johnson (ON 1913) — as a war memorial a hundred years after his death in the First World … read more

From the Editors’ Desk: 8th Biennial Literature Festival

May 10, 2017 Amidst the hustle and bustle of students moving from one workshop to the next, exploring a poetic device one minute and juggling a literary trick the next, a small group of boys from Year 7 to Year 11 were busy … read more

Football’s Iberian Odyssey through Spain and Portugal

May 10, 2017 The 2017 European Football Tour finally took flight on 8 April, after months of planning, agonising and “dreaming”. Thirty students from Years 8–11 gathered at Kingsford International Airport and were warmly wished “bon voyage” by parents and families. Thereafter, a … read more

Centre for Ethics open with A.C. Grayling

May 10, 2017 The humanities are the key to cultivating our ability to think critically, to question and to evaluate the world around us said Professor A. C. Grayling at the first Centre for Ethics lecture for 2017. Professor of Philosophy and Master … read more

Michael Swordfish is back!

May 10, 2017 Michael Swordfish is back for a return season at the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP). It will be shown as a double bill production alongside Girls like that by Evan Placey. Written by playwright Lachlan Philpott and inspired by … read more