Chapel Choir concert

Chapel Choir concert

1 month ago

Friday 1 November, 8.00 pm – Chapel The St Paul’s College Chapel Choir presents an evening of fine music at 8.00 pm on Friday 1 November. The Chapel Choir draws its members from the residential student community of St Paul’s College and The Women’s College and their recent alumni. This is the Choir’s Semester 2 concert directed by David Drury, Director of Music at St Paul’s College. All welcome – exit by donations The concert will be followed by refreshments  

1999 Freshers 20 Year Reunion

1 month ago

Saturday 19 October, 6.30 pm – Hall The College welcomes the 1999 Fresher group for a 20-year reunion dinner in Hall on Saturday 19 October. All enquiries can be directed to Richard Morgan, Director of Community Development at the College on 02 9550 7444 or community@stpauls.edu.au m on Friday 1 November. The Chapel Choir draws its members from the residential student community of St Paul’s College and The Women’s College and their recent alumni. This is the Choir’s Semester 2 concert directed by David Drury, Director of Music at St Paul’s College. All welcome – exit by donations The concert will be followed by refreshments  

Choral Eucharist

1 month ago

Thursday 17 October, 7.30 pm – Chapel All are warmly invited to join the College Chapel Service on Thursday 17 October at 7.30 pm for a Choral Eucharist for the Feast of St Luke, followed by supper in the Junior Common Room. The setting will be ‘A Parish Eucharist’ by the Director of Music, Mr David Drury. The Celebrant and Preacher will be the College Chaplain, the Rev. Antony Weiss.   

Scholarship winners say “thank you” for life-changing opportunities

2 months ago

The many students at St Paul’s who have received scholarships to support their living and learning in College have been writing to donors of their scholarships to express their gratitude for this life-changing opportunity. This year, the College has awarded scholarships – principally on the basis of academic merit and financial need – worth over $1 million to undergraduate and graduate students. This scholarship support is made possible through the generosity of many alumni and friends of the College, to whom the College – like the scholarship recipients – is deeply grateful. Many scholarships are provided by the St Paul’s College Foundation, to which hundreds of people have donated, including through bequests such as that of the late John Booth. Several scholarships are provided through the ongoing generosity of such donors as Robert Albert and the Glendonbrook Foundation, medical alumni, and some anonymous donors. Many other scholarships are provided through

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Semester two in full swing at St Paul’s

2 months ago

The start of semester has been full of positive energy in both the undergraduate and Graduate House communities at St Paul’s. New undergraduate and postgraduate students have been welcomed, including many from around the world – with new students drawn from Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Qatar, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka and the USA. To mark the start of semester, the Warden has hosted all members of the College to dinner at the Warden’s Lodge. Highlights for our undergraduates have included: commencement of the semester’s tutorial program with around over 60 a week – the largest tutorial program of any college, and amongst the largest ever at St Paul’s, building on solid academic results in first semester victory in Rawson soccer, with wins against Wesley (2-0), St John’s (3-1), and St Andrew’s (3-2) – with the race between St Andrew’s

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College thanks the Hon Rob Stokes MP and Mr Jihad Dib MP

2 months ago

Over recent months, the College has hosted both the Hon Rob Stokes MP and Mr Jihad Dib MP at dinner to thank them for their bipartisan work that resulted in the St Paul’s College Act of 2018 – the first new legislation for St Paul’s College governance since 1857. The St Paul’s College Bill 2018 passed State Parliament without opposition or amendment in either Chamber. Mr Stokes, then NSW Minister for Education, and Mr Dib, then Shadow Minister for Education, worked closely with the College last year to secure this governance reform (both men have moved to new portfolios since the 2019 State election). At the College’s invitation, Mr Stokes addressed students in Hall earlier this year, and Mr Dib did so this month. Mr Dib is a renowned education reformer, and spoke to the students about his transformative years as a teacher and later as Principal of Punchbowl Boys High School

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27, 28 Sept, 4, 5 Oct – Victoriana! 2019

3 months ago

Victoriana! 2019 – Book now Join us once again for “Victoriana!”, Australia’s longest running theatrical production. Run under the auspices of the Union, Victoriana is a remarkable evening of dining and entertainment. Based on the English Music Hall tradition, the show draws on music and comedy of the Victorian era. 2019 is sure to delight! Dates:  Friday 27 September Saturday 28 September Friday 4 October Saturday 5 October Ticket sales – Click here Book your accommodation in College now – call Events and Stays on 0479 059 102 or email eventsandstays@stpauls.edu.au

Thank-you Dinner and Service for the Warden

3 months ago

All are welcome to join the students for Dinner in Hall followed by a chapel service to thank and farewell Dr Donald Markwell, Eleventh Warden of the College. Pre-dinner drinks in the Cloisters at 6.00 pm followed by dinner in Hall at 6.30 pm. Choral Evensong follows at 7.45 pm Dress: Business attire (academic gowns are optional for guests) All welcome. RSVP

31 August – University of Sydney and College Open Day

3 months ago

Come and see St Paul’s at the University of Sydney and College Open Day on 31 August. The College will have a full programme of activities running from 9am-4pm. The full programme can be found here.

Lloyd Waddy Dinner

College community thanks Lloyd Waddy for eminent service to St Paul’s

5 months ago

On 30 May 2019, the College community came together to celebrate the eminent contribution of the Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC to St Paul’s as a Fellow of the College for nearly half a century. In a speech of welcome, the Warden, Dr Don Markwell, expressed the College’s profound gratitude to Lloyd for his exceptional service on the College Council since 1971. He noted that Mr Waddy had contributed so immensely to College life since his time as a student. “Lloyd had been a resident student in the College from 1958 to 1961, and was very active in College affairs – for example, as Secretary of the Union Committee in the 1960s – before coming onto Council in 1971. I know and am very grateful that he continues as an active supporter of the College in his retirement from the Council,” said Dr Markwell. Former Sub-Warden of the College,

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