Palladian Dance is Serious Fun

Rehearsing in the Quad will be a thing of the past when the Waddy Performance Centre is complete! Always a tough competition, the Paul’s Intercol Palladian Dance team were having fun rehearsing and the wonderfully skilled women student leaders have given dance a lot of momentum this Semester.

Palladian Dance is on tonight at 7pm at the Seymour Centre.

A significant part of the Waddy Centre will be a multi-purpose studio, welcoming individuals and groups to use it as a rehearsal space. This facility will also be used for a range of workout activities such as pilates, cardio, strength training, fusion, barre and yoga.

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Engineers Learning About Careers

The educational offerings at St Paul’s College are complementary to the University’s courses and teaching programs and include our broad-based and effective tutorial programme. To help students in specific disciplines facing the next step in their development a ‘St Paul’s education’ includes career advice.

On 1 May College welcomed a panel of experts from diverse and interesting areas of the engineering sector to address students about opportunities after tertiary study. On the panel were Pauline and Chair of the College Council Mark Elliott, Chantelle Malacco, Project Manager at Cochlear and Mark Waterworth, Managing Director at Shock and Vibrations Technology.

Over 20 students participated in the wide-ranging discussion about careers in this diverse industry. The Senior tutor, Katie Newcombe, makes herself available to undergraduates and post graduates across disciplines to provide practical advice on course choice, progression and after uni options with the support of the associate deans.