Sem 2 Palladian Cup flashes of potential

Sem 2 Palladian Cup flashes of potential

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The back half of the year’s Palladian events was filled with a mix of outstanding works, and unrefined gems. The College finished equal fourth place alongside The Women’s College. The highlight of the semester for the College was Palladian Art. Senior, Ethan Tsui, scored 2nd place overall for his piece, ‘Locus Amoenus No. IX’, while Freshman, James Rossiter, submitted a fantastic work, ‘Disenfranchised’, which was unlucky not to place. Our drama and instrumental ensembles were fantastic, and showcased the creativity amongst our residents. Graduate House member, Jack Stephens, will take over as Director of Music in 2022, and has big plans, with enthusiasm to match, for the College’s musical potential. Watch this space.

NEW VENUE – Deck the Paul’s – WOOLLARAH

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‘Twas the 15th night before Christmas, when all through St. Paul’s, Not a creature was stirring, not even an ibis call … Festivities and tunes for all now at All Saints Church Woollahra due to forecast thunderstorms *** Join SUSO for an evening of festive cheer to finish off 2021! Featuring the Nutcracker Suite, carols, and other Christmas tunes, at St Paul’s College. BYO picnic rugs and Christmas spirit! Luke Spicer – Conductor TICKETS https://www.trybooking.com/BVLHF Gold coin donation at the door. NOTE: This is no longer an outdoor concert. Seating in the church Proudly provided by the University of Sydney Union.

Rawson sport Sem 2

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Rawson sport returned to College in a big way in semester 2. The Covid-induced hiatus meant that training and general preparation for all sports proved difficult, and often required execution of a reduced capacity. With five sporting campaigns to undertake in the best part of a month, the Paulines had their work cut out for them. Compounding the log-jam of Rawson events was the timing of the semester. The state opened back up, assessment crunch time loomed, the Palladian Cup resumed, and important College social events were reinstated to the calendar following the ease of restrictions. The term ‘intense’ was an understatement, not to mention, some men convened and competed in multiple sports… Our second place position on the overall Rawson Cup ladder at the cessation of the first semester meant that serious groundwork had to be made in order to compete with the Androvians, and keep John’s and Wesley

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Carol Service now starting 7.00 pm

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for those coming to our Carol Service on Sunday 5 December please note that start time was incorrectly advertised. Please be seated in the Chapel by 7.00 pm. If you are coming please contact Richard Morgan by sms – 0412 016117 or email community@stpauls.edu.au

Professor Cambitoglou remembered

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Professor Alexander Cambitoglou AO was a resident tutor at Paul’s from 1961 to 1967. He died in 2019 at the age of 97 and has left an enormous legacy to the University of $6 million for the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens which he founded in 1980 with connections to 16 foreign institutes in Greece. In 1961, at the invitation of Professor A D Trendall, Alexander Cambitoglou came from Greece to Sydney University and was appointed a Senior Lecturer in Classical Archaeology. Needing somewhere to live near-by he was welcomed to the College by the Warden, Rev’d Dr Felix Arnott, where he stayed for six years and part of the Warden’s attempt to create a Senior Common Room with “reputation and purpose within the University”. By 1963 there were 39 tutors on the list, nine in residence (Atkinson, Hearts and Minds, 2019 p.356). Professor Trendall, who was Chair of Greek

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2022 Student Leadership

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Student leadership is an important aspect of collegiate life and at St Paul’s this is no exception. In November the Students Club elected their 2022 committee: Mr Henry Hughes [BPM II], Mr Sebastian Shanahan [BComm/LLB II], Mr Nicholas Jones [BComm/BAdvStudies II], Mr Steven Parras [BComm II], Mr Hayden Fleming [BA/LLB II], Mr Mitchell Cassie [BSports&ExMgmt II] and Mr Tom Nivison [BBus/BSc II]. The new committee takes over in January. Earlier the Middle Common Room, which is the student membership of Graduate House, elected their third Executive: Mr Hugh Schroder [MD I], Mr Jethro Mahon [MComm I], Mr Vivek Chopra [JD I], Miss Eliza Santalucia [DDM I] and Mr Will McManus [no info on Start Rez!]. The third MCR Executive took office with immediate effect. The College community congratulates all those recently elected to leadership roles. It is also a time to thank the 2021 leaders for their tireless efforts in

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What’s happened to The Pauline?

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Since 1911 the St Paul’s College Union has published the annual journal of St Paul’s College. The Union is the august body that brings together all current and former residents of the College. In recent years the College has added the Mallard to its publication list which is the annual journal of Graduate House. The last printed Pauline was produced in 2013. Like so many editions it is now a rare specimen. The 2014 and 2015 journals were combined into a single volume, the last being number 113, and published electronically in 2020. This edition is available for download CLICK HERE. The remainder are in various stages of production from “editing” to “layout”. There is a small working group of dedicatees, Messrs Philip Barr (1973-76), Harry Croker (2017-20) and Richard Morgan (1978-82) taking care of these tasks with the goal of e-publishing 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 in the

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Press Release – St Paul’s College to Admit Women as Undergraduate Members

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St Paul’s College in the University of Sydney is pleased to announce that it will become fully co-residential for the 2023 academic year. The College Council voted on 25 October 2021 to open admissions to undergraduate women for the first time since its founding in 1856. St Paul’s was all-male until 2019, when it began admitting postgraduate women to its fully co-residential Graduate House. The Council made the decision to admit women undergraduates following a period of thorough community consultation throughout 2021, which included gathering input from current students, alumni, members of the broader community, and the University of Sydney. The Warden of the College, The Rev’d Dr Ed Loane, said “We are so pleased to be able to announce this exciting new chapter in the history of our College. St Paul’s has a distinguished history of producing society’s leaders in business, the church, academia, the arts and politics, including

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Music legacy and Paul’s musical future

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A permanent fixture of College life, Mr David Drury, is moving to a new role in the College which will give him more time to compose for, and perform on, the Australian and international stage. David will become College Organist and Composer-in-Residence and remains a vital and highly respected member of the residential community. Mr Jack Stephens, who has been a resident member of Graduate House since 2020, takes over as Director of Music in November. Jack is an operatic bass baritone and completed BMus (Hons) last year and is now studying a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the Conservatorium. Jack was the producer earlier this year of the highly successful Opera in the Quad, Purcell’s King Arthur, performed by a miscellany of professional and student musicians. Jack is also the Principal Lay Clerk at St Andrew’s Cathedral, sings in St Mary’s Cathedral Choir, and is regularly engaged as a soloist across Australia.  David said, “I

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The College Archives has many stories to tell

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Preservation of the historic records of the College has been a century-long project. In its various locations – from a wardrobe to the ground floor of the Mansfield – old Paulines and descendants of Paulines have been very generous in giving memorabilia to the College for its ‘collection’. Today these gifts are respected as enthralling ‘treasures’ of the College During lockdown there were opportunities to get interested students engaged and a review of the archives concluded that access is an important strategy for the collection in the future.  Mr James Rossiter (BE/BBus Year 1) and Mr Alex Back (BA/BAdvStud Year 3), pictured, are assisting Mr Philip Barr and Mr Richard Morgan in a sorting project that will lead to an open source online catalogue of the College photographic images. We have been delighted to find the collection has been well maintained by contract archivist, Miss Kylee Nicholls from The History

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