WIDER COLLEGE COMMUNITY

Membership of St Paul's College does not finish with residence but continues through a life-long association with our community. Not only do Paulines retain the friends they make during their residence but they automatically become members of a wide circle of support and social activity.

Whether contact is maintained through the reunions organised by the College and the Union, through receiving regular College news via The Pauline and Boomalakka, or through giving to the Foundation, all Old Paulines are encouraged to retain a strong link to their alma mater. 

Within College the main points of contact for Old Paulines are the Alumni Officer, Selwyn Owen, and the Young Alumni Officer, who is a student appointed on an annual basis with a particular responsibility for men who have left College in the last few years.

New York and London Events

In July 2008 the Warden had the pleasure of meeting with alumni in New York and in London.

Thirteen Paulines enjoyed informal drinks, with ten staying for dinner at Bobbie Vans Steakhouse in Midtown. Almost everyone ate in typical NY steakhouse fashion - ie consumed a piece of protein the size of a rockmelon while drinking a glass or two of red. During his three week visit the Warden met with other Paulines and presented Ben Stretch with the 2007 Lehane Medal.