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  • St Leo’s awards dinner kicks off big year

    On Tuesday 14 March St Leo’s had the first formal dinner of our Centenary year – our Commencement Dinner – and what a night it was!
    The evening kicked off with Toby Burstow and Patrick Lynch playing sax on The Deck whilst our guests and Residents enjoyed some informal drinks.

  • International House 2016 Valedictory Dinner

    Our 2016 Valedictory Dinner on Wednesday 26 October, was a wonderful celebration of success and recognition of resident’s hard work and Housie spirit, as well as giving fond farewells to those who are leaving us.

  • Courting the Greats Success for Colleges

    On Wednesday night UQ hosted the wonderful Courting the Greats event at City Hall. Leonian Greg Minton was a recipient of a VC’s Alumni Excellence Award.

  • Dr Mary Mahoney AO, honoured by UQ

    We are delighted to announce that the Deputy Chair of the St. Leo’s College Council, Dr Mary Mahoney AO, is being honoured by UQ.

  • Leonian, Greg Minton, honoured by UQ

    Private equity guru and former St. Leo’s College Resident Greg Minton has been awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award.

  • Union College – ‘a life changing experience’

    Union alumna, Brooke Lindsay, talks about the College experience.

  • 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.