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Cromwell has enjoyed a terrific start to the year. The College opened in February with a full enrolment of 247 students, of whom 112 were Freshers. It is always a difficult process to select the incoming students from a large applicant pool, but feedback from the student leadership team and staff indicate that Cromwell’s new students in 2012 have exceeded expectations. Preparation Week (student leadership team) and Orientation Week (new students) both occurred in February and the first half of this semester has progressed well. There has been a strong participation rate in the academic tutoring program, along with the usual variety of and involvement in ICC and other sporting and cultural events and fundraising. The student leadership team (RA’s and Executive) has been instrumental, with the staff in setting the scene for a positive and productive year for the College. In short, Cromwell remains a close community with incredible spirit and drive. After 12 years of exemplary service to Cromwell College, the Chairman of the Board of Governors, Mr Ben de Jong chose to step down from the role of Chairman at the Annual General Meeting. Ben will remain a Board member and will continue to be Chairman of the Foundation. Dr Joe Goodall was elected unopposed as the new Chairman of the Board of Governors. Dr Goodall has been involved with education, church and community affairs since the late 1960’s. He has degrees in Arts and Educational Studies, as well as a Diploma of Teaching and a Doctorate in the field of History. Dr Goodall was appointed Foundation Principal of Flagstone State School, Jimboomba, in 1997. He was )URPWKH3ULQFLSDO also seconded to help establish the Flagstone Community College in 2001. He began as a classroom teacher in 1976 )URPWKH6WXGHQW3UHVLGHQW and served at a number of schools before taking on senior roles at Corinda, Moggill and Esk State Schools. Dr Goodall has 3:HHN been a member of the Brisbane YMCA since 1963, volunteer leader since 1969 2:HHN and has served in various capacities, including Board member since 1986 and two terms as President. He was made a &ROOHJH1HZV life member in 2001. Dr Goodall has also served on the national Board and $GYHUWLVHLQ&2&$1HZV is currently Chairperson of the State Council. His support of the YMCA and his interest in history led him to publish

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CROMWELL COLLEGE Walcott Street ST. LUCIA, QLD 4067 Ph: (07) 3377 1300 Fax: (07) 3377 1499 Email: friends@cromwell.uq.edu.au Website: www.cromwell.uq.edu.au MISSION STATEMENT To provide a vibrant community for students in a caring Christian environment that enables them to grow in knowledge and character and the desire to serve. VISION STATEMENT Accept diversity Create community Strive for excellence Pursue spiritual, academic, cultural and social maturity Serve society Care for the environment.

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COAT OF ARMS When the College was able to adopt its arms, it secured permission from the head of the Cromwell family to Z]YjGdan]j;jgeo]ddkh]jkgfYdYjek$YdagfYj_]fl jYehYflgfYÚ]d\g^kYZd]& MOTTO VBI SPIRITUS IBI LIBERTAS - This motto comes from the Latin Version of the Second Letter of St Paul to the Corinthians, Ch 3, Verse 17. “Now the Lord is Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.”

Cromwell College Song Cromwell is the greatest College, Proved by every kind of test; Seeking for the highest knowledge, Aiming always for the best. Generous when we have the victory, Gracious if we know defeat, L`akak;jgeo]ddkÚjeljY\alagf3 Freeing Spirit, our heartbeat!

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?g\kgofKhajalZjaf_kmk^j]]\ge Is the Motto we profess; It provides us inspiration, Gives us strength in times of stress. Hail or shine we stick together, Whether near or far apart; Ever caring, true and loyal, We bear Cromwell in out heart. The song is sung to the music of “Hymn to Joy” (92 in the Australian Hymn Book). THANKS Thank you to all the staff, students and Alumni who have been contributors to this issue of COCA News. EDITOR Ross Switzer, Principal / CEO GRAPHIC DESIGN, PRINTING & DISTRIBUTION Blue Star Go cnr Hood St & Services Rd The University of Queensland ST LUCIA QLD 4072

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the monograph, “Brisbane YMCA History – The Challenge of the Time.” Dr Goodall has also been a member of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, Bardon since 1982, is currently Chairperson and has served in a number of capacities for the church since then. He has also served twice as the Moderator of the Queensland Congregational Fellowship and once as the Moderator of the Congregational Federation of Australia. Dr Goodall’s wife Meredith, is also a teacher and they have three adult children.

Chairman of the Board of Governors, Dr Joe Goodall with the Principal Mr Ross Switzer

An issue that received recent media attention was the allegation of hazing at St John’s College at the University of Sydney. It is not my place to pass judgment on this allegation, however the general issues of hazing and peer pressure are worth mentioning. Cromwell hosts a variety of official activities and events and alongside these, the day to day lives of 247 students aged between 17 and 21 in an adult, coeducational, tertiary residential environment less officially play out. It is important that students continue to be discerning about which lifestyle activities they become involved in and which ones they don’t. This decision may be based upon time management factors, or more importantly on factors of morality and personal choice. It is important that all students remain free to make choices about their involvement or otherwise in things and equally that the environment, or soft culture here at Cromwell, be such that as well as documenting that students have choices, that a student actually feels in the heat of the moment as something is happening, that it is acceptable to make the choice to opt out without fear of alienation or embarrassment and therefore feels empowered to do so. The student leadership team undergoes training and ongoing professional development in this whole important area. Despite the fact that hazing and unrealistic peer pressure is rejected at all levels here at Cromwell, we can never become complacent and must always continue to work to maintain the right culture. To this end, I encourage anyone associated with Cromwell to raise personally and confidentially with me any issues of concern.

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From the Student President It is hard to believe that the mid semester break has been and gone already. It seems like only a short while ago 112 Freshers were arriving on a Sunday morning and welcomed into our Cromwell family. After a long break, 35 student leaders descended on the College for P-Week, which involved leadership seminars from acclaimed motivational speaker Graham Hymen and our Principal Ross Switzer in addition to; physical morning programs, various other leadership sessions and an intense game of paintball. However, most importantly we worked hard on putting together the best Orientation Week possible. Our O-Week Convenor, Josh “Chairlad” Abbott, worked tirelessly all through the University holidays and did an amazing job running the week, supported by all leaders, especially the O-Week Committee. Whilst O-Week can be challenging, it is designed to bring together our fresher cohort and introduce them to University and College life, but more important each other. It is the first step in laying down the foundations of friendship that will last a lifetime which culminated in the Friday of O-Week, where both returning students and old girls and boys joined the Freshers for Cromwell’s Closed Bunker. It was a chance for everyone to catch up after a long break and for the first years to begin their assimilation into the College.

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Closed Bunker was a precursor for Cromwell’s famed Open Bunker. This year our Social Convenors worked hard to ensure that there were no negative effects on the wider community by directing traffic to and from the event and actively discouraging anti-social behavior, which in doing so, resulted in a smoothly run event; hailed by all as a great night. The successful running of O-Week and both Bunkers has set a high standard for Semester 1. Cromwell has hit the ground running, with high participation in both sports and cultural events. The same level of student enthusiasm is evident in weekly Chapel and in the introduction of the Environmental Committee, who successfully facilitated Earth Hour on 31 March.

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Cromwell’s efforts in ICC sporting events have matched the sense of enthusiasm and team spirit that has come to be expected from Cromwell students. After participating in ICC tennis, cross country, swimming and netball both our boys and girls are sitting at 5th overall on the ladder. Whilst this is a solid effort, we will be looking to improve upon this as the year goes on. Regardless, what really defines Cromwell sport is our enthusiasm and team spirit and as long as we are enjoying ourselves, we consider it a win.


Culturally we have started the year off strong with an amazing performance by Alix “Slizzard” Lee in Cromwell Idol and a surprise upset against Kings in debating. Preparations for Bandfest, Choralfest and Art Show are well underway and congratulations are in order for our Cultural Convenor Steph “Pants” Banter for putting together our recent Boat Cruise, which was an amazing night on the Brisbane River. Our Social Convenors Mikey “Optimus” Henalla and Ben ”Husky” Durance have been busy not only bringing Cromwell Bunker back to capacity, but running our closed Social events. Our Cromwell At Home was a huge success, involving costumes and pairing first years and older. Likewise Miniball will involve the pairing of students in an effort to promote friendships within different year levels.

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It’s been a busy semester already and with many more events on the horizon it can be hard to find a balance. It is important that everyone finds that happy medium and that pastoral and academic needs are met. So far, most people seem to be finding this equilibrium. The caliber of our first years is amazing and they are already an integral part of our community, having contributed to all aspects of College life. Our returning students have also continued to keep up the Cromwell spirit we know and love. If the first half of the semester is any indication, I am looking forward to what the second half will bring. Hayley “Scootin” Canton President Cromwell College Students’ Association &2&$1HZV‡3DJH


P Week Preparation Week is a fantastic experience to work with young people, assisting them to grow and develop, challenging them to think, work and act as leaders. Preparation Week is all about uniting the Leadership team at Cromwell. It is made up of the Staff, the Resident Assistants (RA’s), the Student Association Executive (Exec) and the Orientation Week Committee. Last year the focus of the week was leadership. Giving the leaders tools to become effective and respected leaders within the Cromwell community. This year, leadership has underpinned the week but on advice from the incoming leadership team, our focus was on communication. This is a big part of the smooth running of day to day business here at Cromwell. If the leaders could learn the tools of great leadership and combine this with great communication skills, then synergy would be reached by the group and the community would be in safe hands with all its leaders for 2012. The students all arrived on Sunday 12 February and were excited and looking forward to the week. It is truly invigorating when you have 35 students all itching to learn and get their hands into the role that they will be performing during the year. Each day kicked off with the now traditional morning program. This incorporates

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an exercise program. Long walks around campus, a swim and physical challenge in the Kings pool and some interesting teamwork games were fun and got the group bonding. The bulk of the week was jam packed with informative, interesting sessions run by leaders in their fields sharing their knowledge with our group. Graham Hyman (Youth Specialties Australia) was the keynote speaker of the week. He ran a full day workshop based around how to be a great leader, inspiring and evoking thought in all the students.

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I would like to acknowledge a few individuals for their tireless work over the Christmas break. Josh Abbott (Orientation Week Coordinator) and Hayley Canton (Student Executive President 2012). Josh and Hayley have been amazing putting together the Orientation Week program and have been in constant communication with me over the break. In terms of loyal hardworking students, you would be hard pressed to find any better than these two. I highly commend their efforts and the way they have gone about getting the College ready for the new intake of students and the start of 2012. The students that make up the leadership team this year seem to “get it� in terms of what Cromwell is all about. They have planned and prepared so that they are able to achieve the goals they have for the College. They are very determined to leave their stamp on the College and use the skills that they have to influence for the greater good. I am excited to be working with a mature, respectful, intelligent and caring group of young people who will continue to show why they have been selected by their peers and the staff to lead Cromwell College in 2012. Nathan Croft Dean of Students

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O Week The O-Week leaders set out with a goal to provide the Freshers of 2012 with an environment in which they could form a close bond with one another and understand the core values of being a Cromwellian. Through the Freshers tenacity and persistence and the leaders planning and encouragement, I believe that these goals were most certainly achieved in the O-Week of 2012. As Sunday morning came and the Freshers began to arrive in their hordes, they were welcomed by a roaring round of applause and quickly shown to their rooms to settle in before lunch. After the last goodbyes to some teary parents, all was in readiness for the start of the Freshers lives at their new home at Cromwell. On the first Sunday, Freshers got to meet new friends through team building exercises as they tried to get to grips remembering which leader had what fresher name, with “Yelling in My Brains Stop it” being a particularly tricky one to remember. The Freshers went to bed early unaware of what would be waiting for them on Monday morning. A typical morning program consisted of, after waking to the O-Week song (compiled by “Pressure”), the Freshers running down to the volleyball courts to be met by leaders dressed in singlets and wearing paint on their faces and then completing a variety of star jumps, high knees, stretches and a roll call. On the first morning, the Freshers were given their “fresher name”, the name that they will be called throughout their time at Cromwell.

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Throughout the week, core values of being a Cromwellian were instilled in the Freshers, values referred to as “Crommie Ticker”. It was made clear that we are one big family, we look out for each other and give our all in any aspect of College life, be it sporting, academic or cultural. Whilst there was a challenging physical aspect to O-Week, such as the constant skipping up Sunshine Mountain, there were also many fun activities included. Trips to Laser Force, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Ice skating and the Gold Coast ensured that Freshers were allowed to relax with their new friends.

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We also had meals with many other colleges to further help the Freshers get to know their new surroundings. Continuing to hold our dinner and subsequent “Scribble Party” with Grace and International House, a barbeque breakfast on Union Oval with Duchesne and St. John’s and lunches with Women’s and King’s, the latter of which providing a highlight with the battle atmosphere upon our entrance into their territory. Throughout the week, there were talks from University staff in areas such as academic, sporting and I.T. to ensure that the Freshers had a solid knowledge of the “goings on” of university life. Further to that, the Freshers were taken around by leaders in their faculties to show them the buildings and areas of University that would be most important to them. As the final Sunday came around, the Freshers skipped and then ran up to the top of Mt Coot-Tha to be met by a pastry breakfast and the end of a fantastic Orientation Week. I would like to thank Mr Nathan Croft, Dean of Students, for his support in all of my decisions in the planning stages, the fantastic O-Week Committee for their amazing help, all of the other leaders who carried themselves with distinction throughout the week and most of all Hayley “Scootin” Canton, whose assistance, guidance and leadership qualities are something to be truly admired. Finally thank you to the Freshers, a better group of Freshers I could not imagine and it was a pleasure to get to know you all during O-Week and I hope you will remember it fondly for the rest of your lives. Joshua “Chair-Lad” Abbott O-Week Coordinator

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College News Campus Lodge Welcome BBQ The welcoming of new students at Campus Lodge has become a tradition at Cromwell College. The BBQ Dinner held early each semester is a great way for the staff to get to know Campus Lodge residents. It is also a fantastic way for students to interact with their neighbors, forming relationships that can be built upon during their time at Campus Lodge.

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Sponsor Dining Room Furniture Sponsoring the College’s Dining Room Furniture offers you the chance to contribute and have your name in perpetuity within Cromwell College. Dining Room chairs with engraved plaque are only $215.00 per chair, or each table with engraved plaque is $1600.00. Please contact Mrs Donna Howett (PA to Principal) on (07) 3377 1232 or email d.howett@cromwell.uq.edu.au to sponsor Cromwell Dining Room Furniture or for further information.

More Alumni News for Future Editions We are very keen to follow the journey that our students take after Cromwell and in so doing, also encourage past Cromwellians to stay in touch. We would like to add a new section to COCA News. It would record information about alumni engagements, marriages, births and deaths. For example, the “births” section might say “To Oliver Cromwell (99-02) and Elizabeth, a son Robert (25/4/11)”. People could also send information to be included in a Vale section for deceased alumni. To get this new section started, we really welcome information from past students which would fit into the above categories. The section “Chit Chat Round-Up” will still continue, so please keep sending stories in of what you have been up to. Information can be forwarded to Mrs Donna Howett (PA to Principal) at 07 3377 1232 or d.howett@cromwell.uq.edu.au.

Chit Chat Round Up Follow up from the recipient of last year’s Cromwell College Medallist…. I graduated in 2011 with a dual degree in Commerce and Economics. Since graduating I moved into a house in St Lucia with old collegians from Cromwell, Emmanuel and St Johns and have been working for Queensland Treasury and Trade as a graduate economist since February. I’m missing all of the spare time I had at college but am grateful to be earning money and am enjoying the working life. Cheers, Jordan Herd (2007-2011)

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Are You In Any Of These Photos? Do You Know Who Is? We would like to know who’s in these photos, what year they were taken and what the event was. If you recognize anyone in the photos or know what year they were taken or even what the event was I would like to hear from you. Call or email me. Mrs Donna Howett (PA to Principal) Tel: 07 3377 1232 or d.howett@cromwell.uq.edu.au

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Reconnecting Cromwell Alumni Would you like to reconnect with someone from your era? Don’t know their address or email? Then I may be able to help. Just call or email me, give me the details of the person you wish to reconnect with and I will check our data base to see if we have the information. I will contact them for you and give them your details. They are then free to reconnect with you. Please feel free to call or email me at any time. Mrs Donna Howett (PA to Principal) Tel: 07 3377 1232 or d.howett@cromwell.uq.edu.au

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