Month / July 2016

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  • Woozas Defend Great Court Race Title

    There was a big turnout of spectators keen to see if Women’s – as the defending champions now for a few years running – could do it again, and it was so good to see the girls reclaim the trophy

  • Emmanuel – Sem 1 Cultural Champs

    At the end of semester 1, Emmanuel College was sitting pretty at the top of the rankings in the ICC Cultural Cup. Runners-up in Choralfest and Bandfest last year, our singers and musicians went…

  • Frank – The Credible Hulk – Strikes Gold

    Frank Zou recently competed at the inaugural IPF University World Powerlifting Cup in Belarus and won the gold medal in his weight range.

  • New Indigenous Youth Leaders Step Out

    For the fifth year in a row the Indigenous Youth Leadership Camp has seen a new cohort of young people ready themselves for life after leaving school.

  • Cromwell remember their past Presidents

    COCA’s inaugural Presidents’ Dinner was held on the evening of Saturday the 16th of July. This event celebrated Cromwell’s history through those that have upheld its traditions and have been instrumental in fostering the tight-knit community that Cromwell prides itself on.

  • Ayanna is a Grace high achiever

    One of the University of Queensland’s Young Achievers, Ayanna is the recipient of one of six UQ Merit Scholarships through the BEL Faculty (Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Law (Hons)).

  • King’s at Henley and HK in ’17

    Following on from successful campaigns at the Henley Royal Regatta in 2015 and the Hong Kong Rugby Tens in 2016, the Master of King’s is pleased to announce that the College will do both in 2017.