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Red Frogs is a brilliant organisation that empowers young people in university residential colleges (and schools) to champion positive cultural change. Cromwell is a sponsor and regular donor to Red Frogs, who provide a proactive presence at Cromwell social events both on and off campus. Cromwell hosts and funds “all ages alcohol free events” each year open to the students of all ten UQ Colleges. Each year, Cromwell hosts a table at the Red Frogs Gala Dinner to provide financial support, and to expose our students across the year levels at Cromwell to the history and huge scope of work of Red Frogs. #redfrogs #redfrogsgala2019 #cromwellcollegeuq_official

Red Frogs is a brilliant organisation that empowers young people in university residential colleges (and schools) to champion positive cultural change. Cromwell is a sponsor and regular donor to Red Frogs, who provide a proactive presence at Cromwell social events both on and off campus. Cromwell hosts and funds “all ages alcohol free events” each year open to the students of all ten UQ Colleges. Each year, Cromwell hosts a table at the Red Frogs Gala Dinner to provide financial support, and to expose our students across the year levels at Cromwell to the history and huge scope of work of Red Frogs. #redfrogs #redfrogsgala2019 #cromwellcollegeuq_official ... ExpandSee Less

 

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Housie exchange student, Steven Lu has returned to Canada 🇨🇦 following his “one giant adventure” at IH. Steven had these parting words for his Housie mates.
Steven: Couldn’t have asked for a better way to wrap up undergrad. Farewell Housies 👊 Thank you for the best experience of my life. Brizzy is beautiful but I’m going to miss you guys more than anything. Best of luck on your future endeavours. Please come visit me in Canada, I promise to take you around. 🖤💛 @ Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Image: IH Fresher Steven (far right) with Housies ranging from 2nd to 3rd years who became best mates over Semester one) 

#housiesforever💛 #IH #lifetimefriends #gohousies #globalmates #ihouseuq #alumni #LIHfestyle #globaladvantage🌏

Housie exchange student, Steven Lu has returned to Canada 🇨🇦 following his “one giant adventure” at IH. Steven had these parting words for his Housie mates.
Steven: Couldn’t have asked for a better way to wrap up undergrad. Farewell Housies 👊 Thank you for the best experience of my life. Brizzy is beautiful but I’m going to miss you guys more than anything. Best of luck on your future endeavours. Please come visit me in Canada, I promise to take you around. 🖤💛 @ Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Image: IH Fresher Steven (far right) with Housies ranging from 2nd to 3rd years who became best mates over Semester one)

#housiesforever💛 #IH #lifetimefriends #gohousies #globalmates #ihouseuq #alumni #LIHfestyle #globaladvantage🌏
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The Womens College annual Standing Committee Luncheon is being held this Thursday 27 June and there are still a few tickets available for this popular event -  https://www.womens.uq.edu.au/event/fundraising-luncheon-2019/.
In supporting this event, you are honouring the great initiatives established by the standing committee as well as raising funds for six annual academic prizes including the Chislehurst Prize, Joan Robinson Prize, Margaret Piddington Prize, Molly Budtz-Olsen Prize, Vera Jones Prize and the Standing Committee Prize.

The Women's College annual Standing Committee Luncheon is being held this Thursday 27 June and there are still a few tickets available for this popular event - www.womens.uq.edu.au/event/fundraising-luncheon-2019/.
In supporting this event, you are honouring the great initiatives established by the standing committee as well as raising funds for six annual academic prizes including the Chislehurst Prize, Joan Robinson Prize, Margaret Piddington Prize, Molly Budtz-Olsen Prize, Vera Jones Prize and the Standing Committee Prize.
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Qld Reds player Jock Campbell (Kings 2014-15) was recently named Rookie of The Year.
Coach Brad Thorn commented on Jocks achievement...
At 24, it was good to see a man from club rugby and NRC with Queensland Country come into our program.
He was rewarded for his hard work when he made his Queensland debut against the Bulls in Pretoria.
Jock played the remaining nine games for us and grew in confidence each match. As a group, we congratulate Jock on this achievement.
#kingsrugby
Congratulations from the Kings community Jock Campbell

Qld Reds player Jock Campbell (King's 2014-15) was recently named Rookie of The Year.
Coach Brad Thorn commented on Jock's achievement...
"At 24, it was good to see a man from club rugby and NRC with Queensland Country come into our program.
He was rewarded for his hard work when he made his Queensland debut against the Bulls in Pretoria.
Jock played the remaining nine games for us and grew in confidence each match. As a group, we congratulate Jock on this achievement."
#kingsrugby
Congratulations from the King's community Jock Campbell
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The Emmanuel College Highlanders at the University of Queensland won the Grade 2 competition at the Queensland Pipe Band Championships on the weekend! Were so proud of our pipe band!Image attachmentImage attachment

The Emmanuel College Highlanders at the University of Queensland won the Grade 2 competition at the Queensland Pipe Band Championships on the weekend! We're so proud of our pipe band!A big thanks to the organisers and volunteers who hosted the PBAQld Queensland Championships at The Gathering in Ipswich yesterday. We were very excited to come first place in the Grade 2 competition. A great end to the 2019 Queensland season! ... ExpandSee Less

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Great photo ... forging treasured memories ... inspires others coz THEY TOO will want to join this happy looking crowd 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽