The College Union includes all past and present resident students who choose to join. The Union funds the newsletter Boomalakka and makes small travel grants to students for approved purposes. There is a biennial dinner, and frequent year-group reunions and other activities. The Secretary of the Union and the Alumni Officer are the two main points of contact.
The St Paul’s College Women’s Organisation was founded in 1927 for women with family connections to past and present Paul’s students. It is a vital part of the College family. Every year it funds some small but significant improvement to the daily life of the students, the cumulative effect of which has been enormous.
Boomalakka is the newsletter of the St Paul’s College Union.
The Paulines for 2014/15 and 2016 are in production and will be printed soon for distribution.
If you would like to be posted a copy please contact the Director of Community Development. E-versions are not available.
News is always welcome about Paulines past and present. We publish stories about your recent acheivements, news articles, new publications and major life events in 2020. Click here.
The Director of Community Development is your point of contact for submissions about yourself and others.
Notifications of the deaths of Paulines are also included and updated when information is at hand.
Richard Morgan (at College 1978-82), Director of Community Development
Tel. 02 9550 7472 | Email. email@example.com