OOMALAKK B A News from the St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Union Number 52 November 2019
A letter from the Chairman of Council Welcome to the 52nd edition of Boomalakka. In this publication are some of the developments, milestones and achievements of students, alumni and friends of the College. It is with some excitement we recently announced the Rev Dr Ed Loane as the 12th Warden of St Paul’s College. The Council received a number of strong applications with Dr Loane bringing to us a blend of humility, inquisitiveness, academic excellence, committed Anglican faith, and a deep love for the College. Dr Loane commences early 2020 and will fill the Lodge with his wife Jocelyn and his five children. After 48 years of distinguished service to the College Council, we farewelled Lloyd Waddy with a dinner and chapel service. Thank you, Lloyd, for all of your work and we look forward to your continued participation in College events. We also welcomed Associate Professor Julia Horne to the Council, who is already making a valuable contribution. It has been fantastic to witness some of the academic, sporting, cultural, musical and community-minded achievements throughout 2019, from both students and alumni, and I am sure you will all be just as excited for 2020 at St Paul’s! Enjoy reading and please remember, it is only through the generosity of generations past that each current cohort is able to enjoy all that College has to offer. Donations to the Foundation or the College, of any kind, are always greatly appreciated. Mark Elliott Chairman of St Paul’s College
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The official opening of the Ivan Head and McMillan Buildings Hundreds of alumni, students, and friends of the College joined together to mark the official opening of a significant part of the new $70 million project on 3 March 2019. The two new buildings, either side of the College’s new third quad, were opened by the Chancellor of the University, Ms Belinda Hutchinson AM, and were dedicated by the Most Rev’d Dr Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney. The opening was an opportunity to warmly thank and express gratitude to all who contributed to the project. The College recognised major philanthropists by naming common rooms and facilities in their benefactor’s honour. The Ivan Head Building, named for the long-serving tenth Warden of the College, the Rev’d Canon Dr Ivan Head, has provided the College with over 100 new rooms for undergraduate male students in state-of-the-art student accommodation. These students join the 200 male students occupying the original College buildings. The McMillan Building, providing for our new Graduate House, is a residential academic community for male and female postgraduate students and academics in the heart of the University of Sydney campus. The McMillan Building is named for College alumnus Mr Stephen McMillan, who was a student of the College from 1974 to 1979 and is Managing Director of Citta Property Group, a specialist real estate development company he founded in 2001. The support of Stephen was instrumental in enabling the construction of the project. The Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence AC, welcomed the naming of the McMillan Building. “Stephen McMillan has been a force for good at St Paul’s. I am delighted that the College has honoured him by naming the McMillan Building in recognition of the energy and support he has bought to this project. Stephen’s contribution will have lasting impact for the students of St Paul’s,” the Vice-Chancellor said. The new buildings reflect the important partnership between the College and the University. Underneath the two buildings is the St Paul’s Colonnade, over 2000m2 of brand-new teaching space leased to the University, which is being used for lectures, seminars, and tutorials for the wider University community.
Stephen McMillan has been a force for good at St Paul’s
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Community service – a priority at Paul’s St Paul’s continues to develop its reputation for fostering outward-looking and community-minded students. Through the themes of guest lectures and presentations at Faculty Dinners, the Chaplain’s sermons and student-led volunteering initiatives at charitable organisations, there is a strong emphasis on community service. This year, over 100 St Paul’s undergraduates helped boost fundraising for Legacy in the Sydney CBD. Students sold badges and received donations to help the widows and children of current and former Australian Defence personnel. Legacy CEO, Mr John Hutcheson AM, who had earlier this year addressed students in the Dining Hall to explain the important work of Legacy, thanked them after Legacy Week for “the fantastic efforts of students of St Paul’s College who raised funds for Legacy”. The volunteer work for Legacy continues the recent expansion of community service outreach activities by students of the College.
In October, College hosted an inaugural Outreach Dinner with some of the charitable organisations in which our students are involved. Some of the initiatives include support at the Newtown Mission, service at the overnight shelter for homeless men at Christ Church St Laurence, and mentoring students through the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, and now Profecta. This emphasis on service is evident at Graduate House as well. Several members of Graduate House recently ran in the City2Surf, raising funds for Mary’s House, a charity which supports victims of domestic violence – while our undergraduate students ran to raise funds for the Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation, which works to fund a cure for sarcoma, a form of cancer. Our students have led most initiatives in conjunction with volunteer support from colleagues at Women’s, Wesley and St Andrew’s Colleges.
Tiffany Kwong – first female College and Union Member The St Paul’s College Union joined with members of Graduate House in September to celebrate the landmark achievements of Ms Tiffany Kwong, who was the first student accepted into residence at Graduate House in late 2018. On becoming a resident of Graduate House, Tiffany also became a member of St Paul’s College and likewise the St Paul’s College Union, making her the first female student of the College since its founding in the 1850s and the first female member of the Union since its founding in 1891. Tiffany, from Hong Kong, is a graduate of the University of Sheffield, where she studied politics, and is now studying for the postgraduate law degree of Juris Doctor at the University of Sydney. With Tiffany leading the way, half the nearly-100 members of Graduate House in 2019 are women, and around half are from overseas, including from over 20 different countries. The Union is the formal body of Paulines past and present. It incorporates all residents of the College, which includes students and resident staff and students and academics living in Graduate House as
well as those alumni who choose to become paidup members. Most alumni are Life Members who transferred their Caution Money to the Union upon leaving College. The Union brings together Paulines for reunions and assists the College with publishing The Pauline and other bulletins. The Union has organised Victoriana! for 56 annual productions, supports current students with mentoring for future placement in business through the ‘Grisp’ initiative, and provides awards for students conducting international research and study. To mark her becoming the first female member of the College and the Union, Tiffany received a delightful sterling silver miniature jug from the Union which was the gift of Selwyn Owen (1964-66). Selwyn is a long-standing member of the Union Committee and for many years was the College’s Alumni Officer. Today Selwyn is still contributing to the College as a regular volunteer. During a formal dinner at Graduate House on Monday 23 September, Selwyn and members of the Union Committee represented the Union and presented his gift to Tiffany, who expressed her gratitude to Selwyn, the Union, and the College very warmly.
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Julian Vidal (4th Year Arts/Law) returned to College in
February after a year as a New Colombo Plan Scholar in Singapore and Japan. New Colombo Plan Scholars spend up to a year studying in a university in the Asia Pacific region before undertaking one or more internships in businesses or other organisations in participating countries.
has always “ SthadPaul’s a strong history of high achievers. We look forward to celebrating the continued successes of our College members
- The Rev Dr Ed Loane, Warden
Julian is a Foundation Scholar and attended Byron Bay High School before commencing his studies at the University of Sydney in 2016. Julian completed internships with Uber in Singapore and with Mitsubishi Group and later PricewaterhouseCoopers in Japan. He was able to deepen his knowledge of the Japanese language at the accredited GenkiJACS language school in Tokyo and completed a semester of study abroad at the University of Tokyo. A number of members of the College have spent time in the Asia-Pacific region as New Colombo Plan Scholars or on NCP mobility grants, and the College is keen to encourage more to take advantage of this outstanding opportunity.
St Paul’s is contributing well to Grade Rugby this year. Henry Robertson (2nd year Economics) and Darcy Breen
(2nd year Arts/Advanced Studies) are members of the NSW Waratahs Generation Blue program having been strong performers in NSW school rugby. Henry was selected this year for the Junior Wallabies wider training squad. He is also playing half-back in Sydney Uni Colts. Darcy is a contracted development player with the NSW Waratahs and is a prop forward in Sydney Uni Colts.
Jake Slaytor (2nd Year Arts/Law) has had extensive
experience in tutoring and mentoring since matriculating to the University through part-time work. He founded Profecta a student mentoring charity with Henry Higgins (3rd Year Arts/Law). Profecta provides free services to students to help improve their performance and prospects through university.
Dr Brandon Munn (2012-14, GH PhD 2019) was the first in the new cohort of Graduate House students to complete his doctorate. Brandon’s PhD thesis is titled: ‘Critical Spatiotemporal Dynamics of the Brain’s Endogenous Activity and its Natural Stimuli.’ Brandon returned to College this year to join the Graduate House community and contributes to the College community as a senior member. Dr Brandon Munn
Dr David Martinez-Martin (GH Academic 2019) has
been awarded the SOAR Prize, one of the most prestigious research prizes at The University of Sydney. SOAR prizes support outstanding early and mid-career researchers. David supports the academic program of Graduate House as a senior member providing mentoring and tutorial support. Yve Gal (GH MComm 2019) won the German
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Oscar Carr-Middleton (1st Year BComm/BAdvanced Studies), was a member of the Sydney Rowing Club crew who won the Wyfold Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta in the UK defeating Norske Studenters Roklub, Oslo by one length in this year’s final. The Wyfold Challenge Cup has been a preeminent event for men’s coxless fours since 1855 and is open to male crews from a single rowing club anywhere in the world.
Academic Exchange Service Scholarship, one of Germany’s oldest and most prestigious national scholarship programs. The Scholarship supports highachieving German students from all academic fields study areas to study overseas, (akin to the Rhodes scholarship). Yve has contributed to the whole College community particularly through her assistance to the Events and Stays staff team.
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Thanks to the continued generosity of Robert Albert AO RFD RD the College Chapel organ is being fully refurbished. The organ was built in 1971 by the Dutch firm of Flentrop and made possible by the generosity of the late Sir Alexis Albert CMG and his family. Sir Alexis was in College 1926-28, as were his three sons: Robert 1953-56, Ted 1956–58 and Tony 1958-62. The generosity of the Albert family to the College has been enduring, particularly the legacy of Robert Albert who, 20 years ago, assisted the College with a significant donation that allowed the building of the Albert Wing. The Albert Wing was opened and dedicated in September 1999, and continues to house the College office and many student rooms. Dr Andrew Bell SC (1985-89) was sworn in as President
of the NSW Court of Appeal on 28 February 2019. Last year, Andrew commissioned a new sculpture by Ayako Saito, “Heaven’s Door”, which forms the centrepiece of the College’s new quadrangle formed by the Ivan Head and McMillan buildings. Alexander ‘Sasha’ Belonogoff (2009-10), a member of the
2016 Australian Men’s quadruple sculls and Olympic Silver Medallist, joined the Sydney University men’s team for the 2018 Australian Boat Race. The 150 year old rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne universities was celebrated in the 2018 Australian Boat Race on 14 October at Darling Harbour, won by Sydney. This has been an annual event for the last 10 years based on the famous Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race. Associate Professor Terry Bolin OAM (1956-57) received
the Order of Australia Medal in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours List for service to medicine in the field of gastroenterology.
his love of music and masterly accompaniment of Victoriana! for many years. Thank you, Bill, for helping the College to provide the best educational experience possible for its students to take advantage of the benefits of collegiate education, including through musical and other cultural activities. Billy Browning (2012-14), received a Nuffield Scholarship
with support from the Australian Department of Agriculture and the Murray-Darling Basin Authority. The scholarship will allow him to investigate the value adding of irrigation water and increased utilisation of low-flow water. Having previously worked in the financial and agribusiness sector, Billy now operates a 3,500-hectare mixed cropping operation with his family at Narromine, producing a combination of wheat, barley, canola and chickpeas, as well as cotton and other opportunity crops when water permits.
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper AO (1964-68) was
made an Officer of the Order of Australia in the 2018 Australia Day Honours List for distinguished service to legal education, and to the law, as an academic, author and administrator, through advisory roles, and to safety standards in the transport industry. Peter Cousens AM (1975), was made AM in the 2019
Queen’s Birthday Honours for significant service to the performing arts, and to the community. Peter was recognised for his very many achievements as a leading Australian performer in roles spanning television, musical theatre, and as a recording artist. An actor in numerous musical theatre and theatre productions, Peter has appeared in productions of
Robert Albert AO RFD RD
Dr Andrew Bell SC
Associate Terry Bo
Dr William Brooks (1974-75), generously donated a new
Yamaha C2X mid-sized grand piano to for use in the Middle Common Room, in Graduate House. As well as being an international authority on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, Bill serves as Senior Research Officer at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA). He is also known in the College community for
Peter Cousens AM
Nicholas Cowdrey AO QC
Dr James Fraser
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Hamlet, West Side Story, Miss Saigon, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera (locally and in the West End), among others. He has also appeared in television programmes including The Young Doctors, Sons and Daughters, and McLeod’s Daughters. Peter serves as Artistic Director of the Talent Development Project, is Artistic Ambassador (Theatre) and Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at Central Queensland University, and has supported many causes including the National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Men Against Sexual Assault, and White Ribbon, among other organisations. Nicholas Cowdery AO QC (1963-66), was made AO in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours for distinguished service to the law, to the protection of human rights, to professional legal bodies, and to the community. Nick was recognised for his distinguished service as Director of Public Prosecutions in NSW between 1994 and 2011, and for his very many contributions to institutions including the International Bar Association, the Law Council of Australia, and other legal organisations including the Australian Association of Crown Prosecutors, and the Rule of Law Institute of Australia, and to legal publications. Nick has received recognition from many local and international institutions for his service to the legal community, having received the Medal of Honour from the International Association of Prosecutors (2011), the Justice Canada Medal from the Canadian Federal Prosecution Service (2005), the Medal of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law (2006), among many others. Nick becomes an Officer of the Order of Australia
having been appointed a Member in 2003. Dr James Fraser (2001-03) is Senior Curator at the
University of Sydney’s Nicholson Museum and is one of four of the University’s academics to be awarded an Australian Academy of Humanities annual grant for 2019. James has received a Humanities Travelling Fellowship to fund overseas research to examine the archaeology of olive oil. For more details about the awards click here. James is now very involved in the exciting development of the new University museum project. The Chau Chak Wing Museum will showcase the University’s Art, Macleay and Nicholson collections in a brand new centre opening in 2020. John Gaden AO (1959-61) was made an Officer in the Order of Australia in the 2018 Australia Day Honours List for distinguished service to the performing arts through seminal performances as a stage actor, as an artistic director and administrator, and as a role model for, and mentor of, aspiring actors. Peter Henchman OAM (1955-59) received the Order of
Australia Medal in the 2018 Australia Day Honours List for service to conservation and the environment. The Hon Dyson Heydon AC QC (1960-64) has been
publishing in recent years. In 2019 Heydon on Contract: The General Part (Lawbook Co, 2019) was launched by Justice Andrew Bell (1985-89). To read his speech at the book launch click here. In 2018 Dyson also published Heydon: Selected Speeches and Papers (The Federation Press) described as an insightful, rewarding and highly readable volume. Associate Professor Eric Knight (2002-04) has been
Dr William Brooks
Peter Henchman OAM
The Hon Dyson Heydon AC QC
Emeritus Professor Michael Coper AO
Associate Professor Eric Knight
awarded a prestigious Fulbright Senior Scholarship to research how academics drive technological development and the business models that emerge as a result. Eric was Rhodes Scholar for NSW in 2007 after studying Arts and Law (Hons I) at the University. He was appointed in April 2017 as the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research – Enterprise and Engagement) and is a leading economic geography and strategic management scholar. In 2014 Eric co-founded identitii a company with a mission to enable safer, more secure financial payments. From 2011 to 2013 he was a management consultant with Boston Consulting Group. For more details on Eric’s Fulbright Scholarship, click here. Eric will spend three months at Stanford University and University of California, Davis in early 2020.
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Jeff Morris (1982-86) is a contributor to Adele Ferguson’s recently published book, Banking Bad (Harper Collins 2019). Jeff is known as the “CBA Whistleblower” for his uncompromising efforts to shine a light on corruption in the banking industry.
Roger Massy-Greene AM (1967-69), was made AM in the
2019 Australia Day Honours for significant service to the community through philanthropic initiatives. Roger is married to Belinda Hutchinson AM who is Chancellor of The University of Sydney. Roger has been Executive Chair, co-founder and benefactor to the Eureka Benevolent Foundation, since 2007; a member representative of Philanthropy Australia since 2014; major benefactor of the ‘Pave the Way’ Project, University of Sydney, 2015; a Non-Executive Director of The Hunger Project Australia since 2011; Director and Australian Representative of The Global Hunger Project, since 2016 and a member of the Global Audit Committee, since 2016; the Chair, City of Sydney Red Shield Appeal, 2010-2014, City of Sydney Red Shield Appeal Committee Member, 2008-2010 and Chair, City of Sydney Advisory Board, 2014-2017 with the Salvation Army Australia. Roger has been the Cranbrook School Council President since 2016 and a School Councillor since 2005. Roger has worked in the New South Wales Energy Sector as Chair, Networks NSW, 2012-2016; Chair of Endeavour Energy, 2012-2017; Chair of Ausgrid, 2012-2016; Chair of Essential Energy, 2012-2016; Executive Chairman, since 2007 and was Chief Executive Officer of Eureka Capital Partners, 2000-2002. His other business roles have included Director, Illawarra Coke Company, since 2014; Non-Executive Director, One Ventures Pty Ltd (tech venture capital), since 2010; Chairman, Excel Coal Ltd, 2002-2006; Chief Executive Officer, Resource Finance Corporation, 1984-2000; Executive Director, Bank of America Australia Ltd, 1979-1984; and was a mining engineer with Rio Tinto Ltd, 19711977. Richard Morgan (1978-82) has recently retired as the Head of Corps of the Australian Army Cadets. Richard was the Colonel of Cadets from 2016 to this year capping off over 40 years service as an Officer of Cadets. The army now has cadet units in over 230 locations across the country and 18,000 youth members supported by over 1,700 volunteer officers. The Head of Corps role required regular interstate travel for representational and ceremonial duties in all parts of Australia during the three years of Richard’s appointment. Richard is maintaining his involvement in Cadets in a support role with national headquarters.
Guy Porter (2015-18), has worked hard for his goal of
competing in Club Rugby and made his first grade debut in 2017 playing for Sydney Uni. This year he has had a stand out performance as captain of University winning the Shute Shield. In September Guy was signed with the Brumbies to play Super Rugby. Guy is a centre who has covered wing and fullback for University over a number of seasons. “Joining a club with this kind of history and standing in the game is a massive challenge for me, but it’s something I’ll relish and now all I want to do is get down to Canberra and get started.” Guy will graduate LLB at the end of the year and will add depth to the Brumbies squad. Dr James Renwick SC CSC (1983-84, Sub-Warden 199293), was awarded the Conspicuous Service Cross for
outstanding devotion to duty as a legal officer in the Royal Australian Naval Reserve where James holds the rank of Captain. James provided exceptional legal support in relation to complex military justice and national security law. His outstanding devotion to duty, legal knowledge and skills, and leadership greatly assisted the Australian Defence Force through the many seemingly intractable legal national security challenges faced since 2001. His distinguished accomplishments over many years of service have served as an inspiration for his fellow legal officers. The Governor-General appointed James as Australia’s Independent National Security Legislation Monitor in 2017 and he is currently a Barrister at 12 Wentworth
Roger Massy-Greene AM
Prof Ben Saul
Dr Martin Seneviratne
in Sydney. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2011 and James was a Fulbright scholar in 2007. James’s is married to Sarah and their son, Lachlan, is a current Pauline. Prof Ben Saul (1995-97), is Challis Professor of
International Law at the University of Sydney and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. In August he took leave from these roles to take up a visiting professorship at the Harvard Law School. He will be the Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Fraser Visiting Professor of Australian Studies so there is another interesting Pauline connection through Australia’s 21st Prime Minister, the Hon Gough Whitlam AC QC who was at St Paul’s from 1935 to 1942. Dr Martin Seneviratne (2008-13), spoke in reply at
the 2019 John Monash Oration which was given by The Hon Julia Gillard AC, 27th Prime Minister of Australia. Martin is the 2017 Roden Cutler NSW John Monash Scholar which allowed him to build on his honours MBBS and head to Stanford University to continue his ground-breaking work into clinical informatics. “My program at Stanford was unique worldwide, drawing on the resources of the Schools of Medicine, Computer Science and Design, in partnership with Stanford Hospital.” Martin said. Clinical informatics is often referred to as the intersection between computer science and clinical medicine and is leading to transform healthcare. “For over 30 years now, Stanford has been the leader in digital medicine where the agile philosophy of Silicon Valley and the traditional culture of medicine coalesce. …Australia has all the
ingredients to lead the world in digital medicine: an amazing public health system, an emerging entrepreneurial ecosystem, and a strong history of clinical research.” Martin has acknowledged his “terrific mentors” from the University of Sydney Medical School, St Paul’s College, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the Health Informatics Society of Australia who helped him achieve this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. “Scholarships like the John Monash offer the ultimate intellectual freedom because they are not tied to a specific project or research outcome,” Dr Seneviratne said. “They actually allow for truly ground-breaking exploratory work by young Australians at the start of their careers.” Amongst Dr Martin Seneviratne other awards are the University Medal in 2017, the Convocation Medal in 2015 and annual Medal of Distinction by the Children’s Healthcare, Australasia for his services to Child Health in 2011. Leo Tutt AM (1982-87) was appointed AM in the 2018
Queen’s Birthday Honours List for significant service to community health, particularly to people with diabetes, through administrative and leadership roles, and to accounting. Hunter White OAM (1974-76), was awarded OAM in
the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours for service to the agricultural show sector, and to the community. Hunter was recognised for his many years of service to the Royal Agricultural Society, where he most recently served as Vice-President (2011-18). Hunter’s service to the community also includes volunteer roles with the Mudgee Show Society, the Havilah Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade, Landcare NSW, the Mudgee Race Club, previous roles including as Governor of Ascham School and Director of the Ascham Foundation, and as a Governor of World Wildlife Fund (Australia). Chris Williams (2006-09), is a graduate of the Sydney
Hunter White OAM
Dr James Renwick SC CSC
Conservatorium of Music, BMus(Composition) 2010, and completed a MPhil in composition with Robert Saxton at the University of Oxford in 2013. Chris has recently composed a choral work Thus Passes. In just a few years since leaving College Chris has made an impression in the genre of new music. In 2012 he was commissioned by New York’s Carnegie Hall where his work San-Shih-Fan premiered to critical acclaim. He was awarded the Blake Society’s Tithe Grant for composition which culminated in the premiere of Chris’s A Golden String in London.
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Emeritus Professor John Francis Bryant Uther, AO, in College 1956-62, Grainger Scholar, Senior Student 1961, b. 29 June 1939, d. 27 February 2019, Sydney. BSc(Med)(Hons) (Syd) 1960, MBBS (Hons) (Syd) 1963, MD (Syd) 1971, FRACP, FCSANZ, Research Fellow UNSW 1967-68, Research Fellow University of
Edward (Ted) Stuart Marr, in College 1977-78, b.13 October 1953, d. 5 August 2019. BA(Hons)(Syd) 1978, LLB(UTS). Restaurateur and intellectual property lawyer in Sydney, Beijing and Hong Kong. Producer of the annual Bela Vista Ball in Macau from 1988 to 1999 and, with Espen Harbitz, produced the annual China Coast Ball from 1991 to 2016 in many international locations. Most recently Ted moved to Orange NSW and operated The Oriana. Dr Geoffrey George Vickers Cawley, in College 1953-55, b. 22 February 1935, d. 27 July 2019. BA(Syd) 1956 MB BS(Syd) 1963 DCH(Lond) 1967. Paediatric specialist early in his early career, and later a beloved local GP for many years in the communities of Lismore and the NSW Northern Rivers and QLD Southern Downes regions. He served his community through the Rotary movement where he was a was a Paul Harris Fellow. Richard (Sandee) Frank Cheatham, in College 1965, b. 11 December 1946, d. 8 July 2019. BVSc(Syd) 1973. Commonwealth Scholar 1968. Veterinary Surgeon. Samuel (Sam) John Greenland, in College 2007-12, b. 28 May 1974, d. 26 June 2019. MChem(Oxon) BTeach(Syd) 2009 MEd(Syd) 2010. Teacher, Sydney Grammar School then Melbourne Grammar School 2012-19, Sub-Warden of St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College 2007-12. Ronald Edwin Corben, in College 1978-79, b. 10 May 1956, d. 28 May 2019, Sydney NSW. BEc(Syd) 1978, MEc(Syd) 1984. Athlete and journalist. Spent many years working for the South China Morning Post and based in Thailand. Michael John Knox Cook, in College 1961-63, b. 6 December 1942, d. 20 May 2019, Bulli NSW. BA(Syd) 1964. Solicitor and professional photographer. Emeritus Professor Michael Coper, AO, in College 196468, Grainger Scholar, b. 27 April 1946, d. 13 April 2019, Canberra. BA(Syd) 1966, LLB(Hons)(Syd) 1969, PhD(UNSW) 1972, Fulbright Senior Scholar University of Virginia 1978. Constitutional Lawyer, Commissioner of the Inter-State Commission 1988, Professor of Constitutional Law ANU 19951997, Dean of Law and Garran Professor of Law ANU 19982012, Chair of the Council of Australian Law Deans 2011-14, ANU Emeritus Professor 2017, AO 2018, Honorary Doctorate UNSW 2019. For a full obituary click here.
Sydney 1968-69, Research Fellow Mississippi University 197071, Research Fellow University of California 1971-72, Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology University of Sydney 1975-90, Clinical Professor Faculty of Medicine University of Sydney 1990-2006, Emeritus Professor University of Sydney 2006. AO 1993. Emeritus Professor James Waldo Lance, AO CBE, in College 1944-49, Grainger Scholar 1946, Tutor 1950, Sub-Warden 1952, b. 29 October 1926, d. 20 February 2019, Sydney. MBBS (Syd) 1950, Hon DSc (UNSW). Professor of Neurology Prince Henry Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital 1961-62, Professor of Neurology UNSW 1975-92. CBE 1978, AO 1991. For a full obituary, click here. Revd William (Bill) Warren Moriarty, in College 1945-48, Grainger Scholar 1945, University Blue (Rifle) 1949, b. 18 May 1927, d. 18 February 2019, Melbourne. BSc(Hons)(Syd) 1949, MSc(Syd) 1951, ThL(Aust Coll of Theol) 1959, BA(Hons)(Melb) 1960. CSIRO Meteorological Physics Section 1951-55; Trinity College, University of Melbourne 1956-59; ordained deacon, Melbourne 1960, priest 1961; Australian Bureau of Meteorology 1970-87; served on the World Met Organisation working group on Urban and Building Climatology. Dr David John Cuthbertson, in College 1956, b. 6 June 1936, d. 5 February 2019 Burnie Tasmania. BVSc (Syd) 1961. John Patton Hyman III, in College 1964, b. 10 September 1942, d. 27 January 2019, Vermont USA. Rotary Foundation Scholar in Law from Florida in 1964. Lawyer in Atlanta before founding Applied Mindfulness Training Inc. Author The Inner Advantage. Timothy Royse Lysaght, in College 1957, b. 26 November 1937, d. 2 January 2019. Alfred James Milson, in College 1947-48, b. 22 June 1928, d. 20 December 2018. Herbert James Cannington, in College 1954-59, b. 23 July 1935, d November 2018. BA 1957, LLB 1959. Charles Edward Armitage, in College 1978-81, b. 4 June 1959, d. 15 November 2018. BEc 1981 LLB 1983. Tax lawyer, with KPMG in 1983 before secondment to Qantas. He joined Allan, Allen and Hemsley (now Allens Linklaters) as a partner in 1998 and led the national tax team from 2011. His incisive analytical skills, work ethic and broad commercial experience enabled him to very quickly build a substantial practice, focusing on
infrastructure, asset finance, funds and securitisation. He
Sydney 1976-2014 and Chaplain OOSJ Sydney Commandery.
taught in the Master of Laws course at the University for many
Dr Graham Hugh Basil Hart, in College 1949-55, b. 28 June
years. Charles was a passionate and awarded horseman and in
1931 d. 16 September 2018. MBBS 1956, MRCOG London 1961,
recent years ran cattle on his farm near Mudgee. He was also
a great contributor to the community and became an expert in the tax laws pertaining to charities and provided advice to
Brian Francis Edward Donnolley, in College 1957, b. in Sydney 1
many not for profits including to the College.
November 1936, d. 16 June 2018 in Seattle, Washington USA.
Denis Michael Magoffin, in College 1957-58, 1960-61, b. 19 July
Bruce Neil Procter Benjamin AO OBE, in College 1950- 53, b. 20
1938, d. 9 October 2018. BArch 1964.
December 1931, d. 3 June 2018. MBBS (Syd), DLO, FRACS, FAAP, FACS (Hon). Pathology Registrar at St Vincent’s Hospital,
Dr Richard Michael “Mick” McCredie, in College 1949-50,
Sydney and then ENT Registrar at Sydney Hospital. A pioneer
1952-55, Fellow 1972-2004, b. 12 November 1930, d. 28 October
in ear, nose and throat surgery and the first in Australia to use
2018. MBBS 1956. In England in 1959 was appointed to
the CO2 laser for ENT surgery. He was Foundation President
the National Heart Hospital before he took up a Research
of the Australasian Society of Paediatric Otolaryngology in
Fellowship at the University of Rochester. In 1962 Michael
1993 and designed the Benjamin jet tube for anaesthesia during
returned to Australia to take up a National Heart Foundation
microlaryngoscopy. Bruce’s initial hospital appointment was
Fellowship at the Hallstrom Institute of Cardiology at Royal
to Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Camperdown in
Prince Alfred Hospital. In June 1967 Michael was appointed
1961 as an Honorary Medical Officer. After the Hospital moved
as Specialist Cardiologist at Prince Henry and Prince of
to Westmead, he stayed on there for several years, finally
Wales hospitals and the new medical school of the University
becoming a Consultant in 1999, thus serving a total of 40 years.
of NSW. In collaboration with Geoff Neale (an old school
His keen interest in photography combined with application of
friend) Michael founded the Eastern Heart Clinic to provide,
the superb rod-lens telescopes and the Karl Storz endoscopic
enhance and secure a better environment to deliver cardiac
equipment enabled Bruce, over a 30-year period, to improve
care to all patients which began operating in 1992. He was a
the photographic documentation of the pharynx, larynx,
pioneering cardiologist and an innovator in coronary artery
tracheobronchial tree and oesophagus in health and disease.
and structural heart disease intervention in Australia. He was
Bruce has written or edited five major reference books and
Paediatric Cardiologist for the Children’s Hospital, Director
atlases, three as solo author. He served on committees with the
of the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory and Chairman of
Sydney Hospitallers, the Shepherd Centre, and the Royal Flying
the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Prince Henry
Doctor Service; and he was Chairman of the Otolaryngological
and Prince of Wales hospitals. He championed the developing
Society of NSW. The Bruce Benjamin Medal was inaugurated
procedure of coronary angioplasty and was one of the pioneers
and presented at the Australian Laryngeal Meeting at Sydney
in this field in Australia. In early 1982 he performed the first
Hospital in June 2000. At the University he lectured to
successful balloon valvuloplasty in Australia on a pregnant
undergraduates on diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat and
patient. This technique allowed a simpler treatment for
was then Lecturer in Laryngology for ten years, followed by an
patients with closed valves, avoiding major open heart surgery.
appointment as Clinical Associate Professor, which was later
Michael served the College as a Fellow for over 30 years. In
upgraded to Clinical Professor of ENT/Head and Neck Surgery.
recognition of his major donation to the Shape Tomorrow
OBE 1974 AO 2003.
Appeal and his contribution to the College the private dining and board room on the ground floor of the McMillan Building
Dr Peter Geoffrey Graham Carter, in College 1942, 1946-51, b.
was named the McCredie Room in his honour.
3 August 1923, d. May 2018. MBBS 1954, RAAF 1942-46, GP in Queanbeyan.
Dr Hugh Annesley Williams, in College 1961-65, b. 16 September 1942, d. 6 October 2018. MBBS 1966.
Hamilton Arthur Harvey Sutton, in College 1949-1953, b. 7 September 1930, d. 03 April 2018. LLB 1955, solicitor with Pigott
Ian Gordon Scott, in College 1956-58, b. 23 March 1935, d. 28
Stinson & Co, Lieutenant Colonel (CMF)
September 2018. BArch 1959, ARAIA, architect, partner with EA & TM Scott.
Every effort is made to record information about recent Pauline deaths. The College would be pleased to receive death
Revd Dr John Beer, Fellow 1980-2014, b. 18 February 1931 d. 23
notifications and obituaries as appropriate. Obituaries received
September 2018. Anglican Priest (1959) in Armidale Diocese
will be published by the Union in full in The Pauline.
then North Queensland and Sydney. Master at Sydney Grammar School 1971- 1991, Senior Tutor, Women’s College, 1985-2003, Honorary Assistant Priest St James’ King Street,
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Rawson Cup 2019 The 2019 Rawson Cup kicked off with intercollegiate cricket, where St Paul’s overcame Wesley in round 1. Will Lawrance was a stand-out with 103 with the bat and Matthew Moran was solid all over scoring 46 and recording bowling figures of 3/35. Matthew Moran was best on ground against St John’s where he notched another 95 and bowled 6/18, helping to bowl them out for 90. Unfortunately St Andrew’s were too good in our final round, bowling us for 97. We recorded second place in swimming, with notable performances by Nathan Taplin (1st 50m Free, 2nd 100m Free), Aiden Jackson (1st 50m Breast) and Calvin Li (1st 50m Back). In rowing we were runners-up with our VIII BoomalaKKa defeated over 2000m by St Andrew’s by 2 lengths. In the intercollegiate rugby, we started strongly with a 68 to 19 win over St John’s. Some of the notable performances were Luke Austin’s 2 tries and Max Sinclair’s 8 conversions. In the second round, our students overcame Wesley 76 to 5, with an incredible 3 tries scored by Edward McGeoch and 5 conversions from Max Sinclair. The decisive final round saw our side lose in a tight match against St Andrew’s 7 to 12, with our try scored by Edward Poolman and converted by Max Sinclair. Semester 2 kicked off with inter-collegiate soccer, in which St Paul’s went through undefeated. A crucial round 1 saw us defeat Wesley College 2-0 with goals from Auxence Gide and Oscar Pursey. Our side defeated St John’s 3-1 in round 2, with Max Glanville scoring two goals and Auxence Gide scoring one. The final soccer match was won in a very close contest against St Andrew’s 3-2, with goals scored by Ross Johnston, Ned Lindsay and Auxence Gide. Our basketball season was closely contested however the results did not fall our way and we finished in third place. We lost to St Andrew’s 51 to 68, lost to Wesley 69 to 84, and defeated St John’s 58 to 50. The Rawson tennis students recorded a runner-up result, after beating Wesley and St Andrew’s convincingly before running into a very strong St John’s outfit. In Rawson Athletics we again finished runner-up for the final event of the year, however some fantastic individual performances were recorded by Oscar Pursey (1st 800m), Cameron Fleming (2nd 800m), Harry Fullerton (2nd 100m), Matthew Sullivan (3rd 100m), Cameron Fleming (1st 1500m), Sebastian Gray (1st High Jump) and Edward McGeoch, Oscar Pursey, Samuel Woods and Nelson Bours (1st 4x400m relay).
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‘Thank you’ Dinner and Service for the Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC On 30 May 2019, the College community came together to celebrate the contribution of the Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC (1958-61) to St Paul’s as a Fellow of the College for nearly half a century. In a speech of welcome, the Warden expressed the College’s profound gratitude to Lloyd for his exceptional service on the College Council since 1971. Dr Andrew Blattman (1991-93 Sub Warden 1995-98), and current Fellow James Bell (1969-75) spoke of ways in which Lloyd shaped so many Paulines past and present, noting the kindness, humour, and generosity of spirit that he brought to the College. Andrew reflected on how Lloyd had recruited him to come to St Paul’s as a state school student from Western Sydney, and the great encouragement he gave to so many students of the College. “The fact that so many people are here tonight – and so many people who have themselves contributed greatly to the life of this College, is itself testament to the affection, admiration, and appreciation in which Lloyd is held,” he said. James said “Lloyd was also a scholarship student at Paul’s and has never stopped giving back to Paul’s … but Lloyd’s greatest achievements for our College are not the positions he has held but the endowment he has inspired and, with Robert Albert, created: St Paul’s College Foundation. Over 40 years they together nurtured and built the endowment to over $20m to the point where it is contributing over $500,000.00 per annum towards scholarships and annual maintenance of our heritage buildings.” Lloyd has encouraged so many alumni and friends of the College to contribute to the Foundation, providing an opportunity for many to benefit from living and learning at St Paul’s. The College is also very grateful to Edwina Waddy for sharing in Lloyd’s contribution to the College during his remarkable period of service.
Lloyd paid a generous tribute to the many people, going back to Warden Felix Arnott (1946-63) and others, who had inspired his commitment to the College, and many people who had themselves contributed to the College over several decades. The Thank You Dinner was followed by a special chapel service, to thank Lloyd and Edwina for their contribution and to mark the Feast of the Ascension.
A new Act for St Paul’s
The Saint Paul’s College Act 2018 (71 of 2018) was passed by the NSW Parliament in November 2018 and received Royal Assent from His Excellency the Governor on 22 November 2018 and proclaimed on 4 February this year. The new Act replaces the St Paul’s College Act of 1854 and 1857, and represents the first change to the legislation under which the College operates since 1857. The Act reflects the values and principles that the College Council developed in close consultation with the St Paul’s College community throughout 2018. The passage of the Bill through parliament had the support of the Coalition Government, the Labor Opposition, and the Greens, and with no votes against or amendments in either House of Parliament.
must be an academic staff member of the University. When nominations were called for the positions of Fellow there were no new candidates and on 31 March, the new College Council was officially constituted and Associate Professor Julia Horne, Sydney University Historian and long-time friend of the College, joined Council as a Member. She has previously assisted the College in other ways, such as serving on the selection panel for the Dean of Graduate House. The commencement of the new Council also saw the retirement of long-standing Fellows the Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC and the Rt Rev’d Richard Hurford OAM.
The College worked closely with Government and Opposition Members on the governance reform, and expresses its deep gratitude to them and to all Members for their support for the Bill. A number of speakers spoke of their support being in the context of the College’s commitment to implementation of all recommendations of the Broderick Review, as reflected in the College’s Action Plan for cultural renewal.
The College is deeply grateful for the enduring contribution made by Mr Waddy and Bishop Hurford during their tenure on Council, since 1971 and 2001, respectively.
With the removal of the requirement for the Warden to be an ordained Anglican clergyman, Dr Don Markwell was formally appointed Warden in February 2019. The Act also requires the appointment of a Chaplain to provide religious and spiritual support to students of the College and the Rev’d Antony Weiss, who was appointed as part-time Chaplain in 2018, became full-time from 2019.
The College reiterates its thanks to all involved in the consultation process and the passage of the new St Paul’s College Act.
The Council was reduced in size from 19 to 13 (12 Members plus the Warden) and increased the quorum requirement to seven of the 13 members of Council. The Act also allows greater flexibility in skills and diversity on Council by allowing two Fellows to be appointed, and as well by updating the clerical appointments process to allow both female and male clergy, and to improve the formal link with the University of Sydney by requiring that one Fellow
The new Act also ensures that the Anglican heritage of St Paul’s is maintained. The majority of members of the Council (10 of 13) will also continue to be elected by the alumni of the College.
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Farwell Dinner and Service for Dr Don Markwell The College farewelled the 11th Warden, Dr Don Markwell, at a tribute dinner in September. The dinner highlighted his close and effective work with student leaders to improve the College in what was a period of high scrutiny of and pressure on the College. Dr Markwell guided the College through a journey of cultural renewal. The St Paul’s College Women’s Organisation also paid tribute to Dr Markwell. President, Ms Margie Sullivan spoke of the vision and courage that were needed to uphold the College’s finest values and thanked Dr Markwell warmly for his leadership. Speaking on behalf of alumni, Dr James Renwick CSC SC shared these sentiments, and also highlighted how Dr Markwell’s experience in government had been brought to shepherding a new St Paul’s College Act through Parliament In thanking Dr Markwell on behalf of the University of Sydney, the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Michael Spence AC, spoke of him as an extraordinary colleague who had made a tremendous contribution to the collegiate community at the University. The Chair of the College Council, Mr Mark Elliott, spoke of his gratitude to the Warden for his very hard and effective work for the College, including in developing and implementing the Action Plan arising from the Broderick Report Dr Markwell said that he would especially miss the students and staff of the College: “I will miss the positive energy, the camaraderie, the sense of community and belonging, ‘the fellowship of friends’. These qualities, which so greatly enrich the all-round education of our students, are very evident both in our undergraduate community and in our Graduate House community that has come together this year.” The dinner was followed by a Choral Evensong, during which the Archbishop, the Most Rev’d Dr Glenn Davies, gave thanks for the Warden’s commitment to collegiate education.
Inaugural Graduate House Formal On 11 October, our Graduate House community came together to celebrate all that had been achieved in the short span of less than a year. As the academic calendar marches towards examinations and thesissubmission dates, the students took some time to look back on the growth of the new graduate community at St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. During the evening, students paid tribute to the inaugural Dean of Graduate House, Dr Antone Martinho-Truswell, and the Associate Dean of Graduate House, Ms Katie Allan. Students also thanked senior resident academics, housekeeping and kitchen staff, to whom our students are particularly grateful, as well as the 2019 Middle Common Room Executive. The student-led evening was a fantastic occasion for students, in the company of partners and friends, to marvel at all that has been achieved in such a short time, and to eagerly look forward to the exciting years to come.
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Graduate House coming alive Our dynamic new postgraduate community for students and academics has come to life in 2019, through the persistent hard work of the inaugural Dean, Dr Antone Martinho-Truswell, his wife Mrs Emma Martinho-Truswell, and the Associate Dean of Graduate House, Ms Katie Allan. The Martinho-Truswells came to College from Oxford University, where Dr Martinho-Truswell is a Fellow of Magdalen College and previously taught in the Department of Zoology. They have taken up residence in Graduate House and have made every effort to ensure the inaugural cohort has enjoyed their experience at St Paul’s. The Dean has worked tirelessly to make our 100 residents, which are a split of half male and half female students, very welcome. The opportunity to engage with students from different backgrounds is evidenced in the community, which is comprised of half domestic students and half internationals. The opening of Graduate House was the culmination of eight years of visionary work and detailed planning. Some of the key features of the Buildcorp project included the Graduate House Rooftop, the Lee Common Room, the McCredie Room, 140 new air conditioned en suite rooms, common rooms on each floor with cooking facilities, the refectory and the Middle Common Room featuring a grand piano courtesy of alumnus Dr Bill Brooks. St Paul’s College announced that the building would be named after College alumnus Mr Stephen McMillan. Mr McMillan was a student of the College from 1974 to 1979 and is Managing Director of Citta Property Group, a specialist real estate development company he founded in 2001. The support of Mr McMillan was instrumental in enabling the construction of the project. The distinguished Australian artist Garry Shead – a winner of both the Archibald and Dobell prizes – completed a fantastic fresco on the northern wall of the Graduate House refectory. The new third College quadrangle hosts the College’s marvellous
new sculpture, “Heaven’s Door” by Ayako Saito. The striking sculpture was commissioned and gifted to the College by Dr Andrew Bell SC, who was a resident student at St Paul’s from 1985 to 1989, and served for many years on the College Council. The completion of the McMillan Building and the commencement of the Graduate House community represents an exciting moment in the College’s history. With some of the best graduate collegiate facilities in the world, it is easy to see why postgraduate study at St Paul’s is held in high esteem. Antone, Emma and Katie have all done a fantastic job shaping a premier community of graduate excellence, and it is exciting to think what is yet to come.
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Students’ Club and MCR Elections As the conclusion of the academic calendar draws close, our respective student bodies hold their Annual General Meetings to vote on their student leadership for the following year. The principle role of our student leaders is to foster and advocate for inclusion and participation in a respectful environment, where everyone feels welcome to contribute and grow. Prospective student leaders recently volunteered to attend ethical leadership training workshops. The training included presentations from the SubWarden, Emma Martinho-Truswell and the Senior Student on what is expected of them, considerations of effective leaders and ways to navigate certain situations and challenges. The College is extremely appreciative of the leadership of the 2019 S-Club pictured below, and offers its sincere congratulations to the elected members of the 2020 Students Club, below:
Students Club 2020 Election Results Senior Student: Max Sinclair Honorary Secretary: Timothy Richmond Honorary Treasurer: Luke Mort General Committee: Nelson Bours Callum Ellison Nick Hudson Jake Slaytor
Congratulations are also in order for the inaugural St Paul’s College Middle Common Room Executive, who finished their term on 30 October 2019. Led by Behzad Memarzadeh, the Graduate House student leaders faced the added challenge of setting precedents, and promoting social, cultural, and sporting events in a new community. They have done a fantastic job, throwing themselves into the challenge and working to ensure the very best student experience for our graduate students, who have come from all over the globe.
Middle Common Room Executive 2020 Election Results MCR Prefect: Eveline Dwyer MCR General Committee: Broderick Morgan Aine Tung Michael Chau Yve Gal
All the best to Max Sinclair and his 2020 Students’ Club, and Eveline Dwyer and her 2020 Middle Common Room Executive on the exciting year ahead!
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Grisp mentoring initiative
Old Paulines mentorship of current students derives benefits such as professional skills, transitional advice, relationship-building and other tangible benefits. The perks of mentorship are bestowed upon third and fourth year students through the St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Union Grisp initiative. A successful pilot during the 2018/19 summer break led to an expanded program in 2019. Students meet and share scholarly progress and life experiences while alumni provide effective mentoring that can generate positive social and professional outcomes. The mentors are Old Paulines and their work colleagues, with experience in their respective fields, who are keen to help seniors with the often difficult transition from academia to practice. The initiative has grown to facilitate the partnering of 32 mentors and students who are represented in areas of marketing, technology, construction, consulting, accounting, banking, law, business and start-ups. The Grisp initiative is creating avenues for Old Paulines to have a meaningful and on-going relationship with current members of the College community and coaching to kick-start and guide a career path. It is an opportunity for Pauline mentors to give back to their old College and they are inspiring some of their friends and colleagues to join them. They have the opportunity to facilitate business learning and shape the next generation of leaders. The Unionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Grisp Committee brings together Old Paulines and current student leaders, and it plans to expand the program in 2020. The co-ordination is studentled, providing unique opportunities to learn about organisation and management, another perk of studying at St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Paulines interested in becoming a mentor for the 2020 program or wanting to learn more about the initiative should email current student Hugh MacDiarmid via Richard Morgan (Director of Community Development) at email@example.com or tel. 02 9550 7472.
2019 FundsFest event
St Paul’s College students recently joined with the Women’s College to host another community-minded event, with the proceeds from FundsFest going towards the national Buy A Bale campaign. On Sunday 3 November over $2,000 was raised by students for drought-affected farmers. The event centred on bands playing in the Dining Hall and a “sliming auction” in the Quad where the highest bidding resulted in the Sub Warden, Dr Mark Schembri, being the most sought after “slime victim”. A big ‘thank you’ to the College catering contractor, Spotless, for sponsoring the food for the event. Buy A Bale is helping support Australia’s rural communities and farmers who have been affected by drought, flood or fires. They are providing stock feed, water, financial services and volunteer support. This appeal is the work of Rural Aid, a national charity. Many current Paul’s and Women’s students come from rural areas where they are part of farming families or are connected with their rural communities. This is a great program of community support championed by the Students’ Club. FundsFest is urging alumni and friends to continue to support fund raising by donating at the mycause page www.mycause.com.au
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Victoriana! 2019 its star shines on An excellent 56th season of Victoriana! was held in the Dining Hall over four nights in late September and early October. The change from historical July dates proved to be a great success, ensuring that students who typically leave College for the mid-year break could enjoy the whole show rather than a shortened version on the first night of Semester 2. Student attendance was up and strong alumni support ensured full houses. It was a great gathering of the wider College community. College residents were encouraged to attend and to bring their parents this year. As a result, over 130 students plus their families and friends enjoyed the full production of Victoriana! The 1969 Freshers also enjoyed a hearty reunion, booking a table to celebrate at the final show. Numerous out-of-town old Paulines took the opportunity to stay in Graduate House for the weekend and enjoy some time in Sydney. Victoriana! is an annual production of the St Paul’s College Union and this year was produced by James Bell (1969-75) and came alive under the inspired direction of Peter Cousens AM (1975). Performers included musicians from the College and Graduate House: Alexander Ng, Tiffany Wong, Yash Bhoola, Thomas Williams and William Lind, as well as other young musicians William Rogut, Justin Rynne and Lily Harper. They were supported by some of Australia’s leading talent: Lesley Hancock, Opera Australia principal soprano Julie Lea Goodwin, Andrew Benson, international flautist Jane Rutter, and returning to Victoriana! James Bell, Daisy Cousens and Dr Michael Kluger on his concertina. They were joined by alumnus Dr Bill Brooks (1974-75) at the piano, ably assisted by William Lind. Stage management was undertaken by Jack Paterson, with help from resident Paulines and the cellar provided the fine wines led by Cellarmasters Tom Harding and Tom Abbott. The Union was delighted to welcome back to Victoriana! College benefactors Robert Albert AO and Libby Albert and the former Warden Dr Ivan Head and Christine Head. Also joining the audience on 4 October (on a rare evening without an official engagement) were His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia and Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley. In 2020 Victoriana! is scheduled for the same time of year – the mid-semester break in Semester Two, with shows running Friday 25 and Saturday 26 September, and Friday 2 and Saturday 3 October.
St Paul’s College Events and Stays The hospitality division of College, St Paul’s Events and Stays, has gone from strength to strength with the enviable product that is afforded by the modern facilities in the Ivan Head and Graduate House buildings. College recently hosted 120 attendees at a welcome event for a summit orchestrated by the University of Sydney’s Office of Global Engagement, with attendees including senior representatives from International University Partners such as Fudan University, National Taiwan University, National University of Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Copenhagen, University of Glasgow, University of California, University College of London, University of Toronto, and the Embassy of France in Australia. Gaining recognition from leaders and heads of major institutions, as well as forging a closer relationship with the University of Sydney, are key strategic priorities for the College, and ensure the St Paul’s is held in high esteem both in Sydney and around the globe. Congratulations to our Events and Stays team, including student support staff, for working to ensure an overwhelmingly positive and pleasant experience is had by all who visit or stay at St Paul’s. St Paul’s Events and Stays General Manager, Kate Bowery, applauded the part-time student employees in the hospitality team. “It has been an absolute pleasure to impart some hospitality knowledge and oversee the personal and professional development of St Paul’s students. Not only are our students learning skills, our guests greatly appreciate the service of student employees, frequently commenting on the students pride for the College”. To say thanks to the College community for being so supportive, Events and Stays is offering a Friends and Family discount of 10% off our Best Available rates.
Enjoy 10% off the best available rates* by using the code: FF1920. To book visit our website at www.stpaulseventsandstays.com.au and click the BOOK NOW tab. Enter the code FF1920 under the promotion code after selecting your dates. For more information call +61 2 9550 7444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org *Discount is subject to availability and some black-out dates may apply. For full T&Cs please refer to the website.
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Recent donations to the Archives 1867 Portrait of Robert Ebenezer Johnson (1812-1866)
Thomas Sutcliffe Mort - largest 19th century benefactor to help found the College
A watercolour portrait was given to the College in July 2018 by Mr Robin Johnson of East Ballarat, Victoria who is a descendant of R E Johnson. Robert Ebenezer Johnson was a member of the first council of St Paul’s College from December 1855 until 1857. He was a Sydney solicitor and was appointed as one of the two secretaries of the committee of sixteen, chosen in December 1852 to draw up plans for an Anglican college. The other secretary was Sir Alfred Stephen GCMG CB PC, Chief Justice of NSW.
A photographic portrait of the 19th century benefactor and one of the early Fellows of the College, Thomas Sutcliffe Mort, was recently donated by David and Clarissa Mort this year.
The portrait is signed Freeman & Prout, Sydney. The Freeman Brothers Studio was the longest running studio (photographic) in Australia, founded in 1854 and still running nearly 150 years later. James Freeman is credited with bringing the first wetplate photography equipment to Australia in 1854 and thousands of his and his brother William’s photographs are preserved in historical collections today (e.g. there are 18,000 Freeman Brothers negatives in the Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW).
In the mid-1850s subscription to fund the creation of St Paul’s College, the largest single donation was one of 500 guineas, from Thomas Sutcliffe Mort (181678) and his first wife, Theresa Shepheard Mort (nee Laidley) (1820-69). Thomas Sutcliffe Mort later served as a Fellow of the College from 1862 to 1866. Thomas Sutcliffe Mort has been described by College historian Alan Atkinson as an “ingenious entrepreneur” who, as one of the most prominent Anglican lay people in Sydney in his time, also believed in “the sublime social purposes of the Church”. As well as many other business enterprises – including wool broking, pastoralism and pastoral finance, engineering, early refrigerated shipping and much more – Mort was a co-founder of the Australian Mutual Provident Society (AMP), “to nourish collective prudence among the poor”. The Mort connection with St Paul’s happily continues today. Luke Mort is a second year student of the College, and his parents Richard and Kathy are active in their support of the College.
Our Chapel organ to sing again after refurbishment Thanks to the continued generosity of Robert Albert, the College Chapel organ is currently being fully refurbished. The St Paul’s College Chapel pipe organ was built in 1971 by the Dutch firm of Flentrop and made possible by the generosity of the late Sir Alexis Albert CMG and his family. Sir Alexis was in College (1926-28), as were his three sons: Robert 1953-56, Ted 1956–58 and Tony 1958-62. Our organ, brought out from Holland in 1972 and dedicated after its installation in June of that year, is regarded as one of the finest instruments of its period and of considerable musical value. The Flentrop firm has its instruments in venues all around the world, but this opus is the only Flentrop organ in Australia. The organ is from what is known as the Organ Reform Movement ideology which takes the mechanical and tonal basis back to classical principles. The organ (except for the electric wind blower) is entirely mechanical, with thousands of finely adjusted moving parts, as well as the pipes themselves. The organ has given near faultless service for over 48 years in the College Chapel, used every week in semester to accompany the Chapel choir, under the expert direction of David Drury who is in his 27th year as Director of Music.
The instrument is currently undergoing a complete restoration by the Sydney firm of P.D.G. Jewkes and it has been cleaned internally and all 880 pipes have been removed, cleaned, repaired and reinstated. The façade pipes will be polished and re-gilded and, with the casework polishing, will give the organ a renewed sparkle. A complete restoration of the reed stop, the Kromhoorn, is being undertaken to replace these 56 pipes with brand new pipes that will sound with tonally superior qualities and will better blend with the rest of the organ. The manual keyboards were sent to the German organ building firm, Aug. Laukhuff GmbH in BadenWürttemberg, which originally manufactured them, for a complete refurbishment. The works are being funded through the generosity, once again, of Robert Albert AO – for which the College community is immensely grateful.
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Giving - faith, hope and love
Many other scholarships are provided through individual endowments created by generous gifts over the last century and more – including historic endowments such as the Grainger and Wallace Anderson endowments, the more recent generous gift of Gary McConnell, and bequests such as the Bundock, Sharp, Callaway, Collis-George, and McFarlane bequests.
The College community thanks everyone who has donated to the Foundation or the College in 2019. You are providing faith, hope and love in a most tangible way… “the greatest of these is love” (1 Corinthians 13).
Moving tributes and thanks have been received from students. Excerpts include:
The Shape Tomorrow Appeal for our new facilities continues and has raised over $8 million since it began. This has part-funded the design, construction and fit-out of the Ivan Head Building and the McMillan Building and enabled the College to grow by nearly 50% in its undergraduate community and saw the commencement of Graduate House at the start of 2019. The pressing need today is a new library/study centre. A large space has been dedicated for this below the Third Quadrangle and we are looking for benefactors, large and small, to help us achieve this vision. Thank you to those contributing to the scholarship program, either directly or via the Foundation. The many students at St Paul’s who have received scholarships to support their living and learning in College have been writing to express their gratitude for this life-changing opportunity. This year, the College has awarded scholarships – principally on the basis of academic merit and financial need – worth over $1 million to undergraduate and graduate students. This scholarship support is made possible through the generosity of many alumni and friends of the College, to whom the College – like the scholarship recipients – is deeply grateful. Many scholarships are provided by the St Paul’s College Foundation, to which hundreds of people have donated, including through bequests such as that of the late John Booth. Several scholarships are provided through the ongoing generosity of such donors as Robert Albert and the Glendonbrook Foundation, medical alumni, and some anonymous donors.
“This benefaction has, to put it mildly, changed my life. It has enabled me to study and live in Sydney, allowed me to form life-long connections with like-minded individuals, and facilitated my personal development in immeasurable ways… I aspire to reach a position where I can honour the tradition of benefaction by allowing others to experience the same exciting opportunities that I have had the privilege to be afforded.” “Like many rural families, the drought has not been kind to mine. This generosity has inspired me to help others around the community and hopefully one day I will be fortunate enough to be able to help students and families like you have done for me.” “I am the first person in my extended family to attend university… I very much hope that such generosity will be repeated for future students in a similar need of such assistance.” “This scholarship allowed me to focus on what was truly important to me: academics and the enriching social aspect of St Paul’s. Furthermore, just as I have benefited from the generosity of others, I hope, in turn, that I can support others in the future to assist in their academic pursuits. Through the generosity of the scholarship, I have been inspired to help others and give back to the community.” “Coming from rural Australia, making the shift to life at University was extremely challenging. However, I can safely say that I have found a home at St Paul’s, an institution which has fostered my academic and personal growth. The Foundation Indigenous Scholarship reflects the College’s commitment to the process of reconciliation… On behalf of the wider Indigenous community, I thank you for your support.”
“St Paul’s has been an inclusive and welcoming community, allowing me to create lifelong friendships whilst still focusing on achieving outstanding academic results. Once again, I thank you for your generosity. Please accept my heartfelt gratitude, and I hope that one day I will be able to enable young adults like myself, to have the experience and be part of a community as fine as this one.” “The award of a Graduate House Scholarship indicates your faith that I belong in the St Paul’s community. As a regional student who has never lived in Sydney before, this faith gives me confidence to approach my studies and extra-curricular activities with a positive frame of mind, safe in the knowledge that at the end of the day I have somewhere in the city to call home.”
“Thank you for the Graduate House scholarship, without which I would not have been able to attend St Paul’s… It is so special to find a place such as this, where people are united through a common set of values. At Graduate House, I have found myself welcomed into a community where academia and respect for ideas of others are treasured and where all members are enthusiastic about contributing to the community.” “The community here at St Paul’s has positively affected my life in so many ways, academically, socially, and spiritually. It’s been an honour to be included as part of the first year of Graduate House. It’s meant a lot to me, and I look forward to giving back to the community here.” “Without the support of the Foundation, I would not have had the opportunity to have experienced the incredible year that I have been so fortunate to have had at College… Thank you again for your support and generosity, it has been a great blessing to me.”
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love, but the greatest of these is love.
â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thank you again for your support and generosity, it has been a great blessing to me.â&#x20AC;? - Scholarship recipient
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Shape Tomorrow major donors to the new facilities The Warden’s Circle – Gifts $1,000,000 and larger
Stephen McMillan Sharp Bequest The Salisbury Circle – gifts $500,000 and larger
St Paul’s College Foundation The University of Sydney TAG Family Foundation The Concordia Circle - gifts $100,000 and larger
Dr Andrew Blattman and Dr Alison Gee Michael Hawker AM Dr Richard Lee Maple-Brown Family Foundation Dr Michael McCredie Geoffrey Travers
The 1856 Circle – gifts of $1,856 over 5 years or $9,279 and larger
Anthony Crichton-Brown Mark Elliott Angelo Hatsatouris OAM and Despina Hatsatouris Peter Henchman OAM Andrew Inwood Nick Leeder Geoff Lovell and Professor Melanie Lovell Geoffrey Newman Jonathan Rourke William Rutledge The Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC In memory of Vera Nellie May (Ve) Waddy Dr Robert Woolcott The Oval Circle – Gifts of $2,000 and larger
The Boomalakka Circle – gifts $50,000 and larger
The Hon Justice Andrew Bell SC Dr William Brooks Charles Cropper Ian Hardy Roger Massy-Greene AM and Belinda Hutchinson AM
Dr Christine Biscoe, Sam and Louis Biscoe Emeritus Professor John Chalmers AC John Halley SC Peter F. Fogarty Geoffrey and Anna Joyce Matthew Lawrance Kevin X.Y. Lee Anthony Maple-Brown Scott McMillan The Hon Henric Nicholas QC Dr James Renwick CSC SC and Sarah Renwick Rowan Ross AM David Roberts Andrew Sinclair The Hon W.V. (Bill) Windeyer AM RFD RD
Shape Tomorrow all other donors to the new facilities Dr Simon Abel Captain Suresh E Abishegam Dr Simon Adamo Matt Adams Nadezhda Aleksandrova Prof G and Mrs N Alici Andrew Allen Isabelle Andre Bernadette Anese Lillian Armitage Russel Armstrong Emma Badgery Roger Bain Charlie Baldry Dr Steven Barker Linda Barron Joseph Barry Wyatt Batt Alison Beveridge Bipin Bhoola James Black Francesco Boaria Alexander Bontzolakes Andrew Bottrell Helen Bours Revd Phillip Bradford Dr Vincent Braniff Zoe Brereton Antonia Brown Eugene Buffa General Angus Campbell AO DSC Georgina Campbell Simone Campbell Sean Caples Amedeo Carboni David Carr Ros Carr Angus Carver Tim Castle Phillip Chambers Mark Champley Scott Chapman Marie Chretien
James Chryssafis Edward Clark Roderick Clifton-Bligh David Cobcroft Revd Dr James Collins Constantine Comino Dr J. and Mrs D. Cook Dr Michael Cooper AM Mark Cooper-Stanbury Franco Corsaro Charles Cowper Patrick Crammond Susan Crawford Adrian Cripps Darrell A.C. Croker Roger Croker Mark Crowe Jo Crowley Anne Cullinan Peter Cumines Malcolm Dan Tatiana Derevianko Mary Deutz Ebeling Timothy Devenish Julia Dixon Jeremy Dixson Matt Doyle Efstratios Drakoulis David Drury Christopher Duggan Annabel Dulhunty Anastasia Bolkus and Michael Dwyer Ian Dyson Jean Eames Celina Edmonds Revd Stephen Edwards Bogatyreva Ekaterina Linsday Ellison SC Glendon Farrow Andrew Fay Amerlia Feetham Christopher Fenwicke James Fenwicke
Marjorie Fields Guy Fisher Jonathan Fitch Alex Fitton Geoffrey Fitzhardinge Peter F. Fogarty Gordon Ford Michael Forsythe David French Jack Friday Alan Frost Kate Galetto Revd Dr George Garnsey Sharyn Gerbich Francois-Xavier Gide Carl Gilmore Lucy Glanville Dr Katrina Glazebrook Yitao Gong Craig Goodman Tracey Goodwin Fergus Grady Dr Barry Green Alexander Gregg David Gribble David Grinham Roxanne Guesnon Anne Guirlinger Glenn Gulliver Chaoxian Guo Linda Han Fiona Hancock Jacqueline Harding Jacob Harris Jonathan Hassett Soria Hay Dr Geoffrey Hazard Jane Higgins Robert Higgins Harry Hill Smith Janine Hoger Albert Hoggett Peter Holloway Dianne Holz
Robert Hooke James Hordern Zara-Jane Horner Dr David Hough Andrew Howard Dr Sami Hoxha John Hudson Roger Hudson Simon Hudson Richard Hughes Timothy Russell Hughes Toni Hulme Tova Hunt Rt Revd Richard Hurford OAM Carl Irwin Suresh Iyer Andrew Jackson Kevin Jameson Anthony Jefferies David Johnston Angela Jones Gi Houn Joung Gregory Kater Simon Kelland Scott Kerrison Dae Chul Kim The Hon Justice Michael King SC Chengfei Kong Mikhail Korzhov Jue Kuang Kwong Kwan Tong Pang Kam Lai Hilary Laidlaw Prof James Lance AO CBE * Matthew Langford Charles Lavender Toby Lawson Jane Leahy Skye Leckie OAM Andrew X. Lee Hyung Suk Lee
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Michael X.Y. Lee Fong Wai Leng Andrew Lennox Robert Lerner Kedrin Li Rebecca Lim Andrew Lind James H. Liong Fanbin Liu Celia Loneragan Jeremy Long Nina Loweth Andrew Lumpe Richard Lyons Bob Mac Smith Elizabeth MacDiarmid Charles Macgregor Paul Mainwaring Deirdre Mair Rolf and Joanne Malmo Magdalen Malone David Maloney Emily Manche Dr Don Markwell Dr David Martinez Jennifer Matheson Terry Matthews Marcus McAdam Geoffrey McCarthy Anthea McClintock Dr Simon McCredie Vickki McFadden Mark McFarlane William McGarry Kate McGrath John McIntyre Connel McLaren The Hon Dr John McLaughlin AM Peter Meares Timothy Meares Daniel Meserve Melissa Miller Nicholas Miller Ben and Judy Mills Hamish Milne Mark Mitchell Alexandra Moir Cathy Moir Dr Shane Moran Broderick Morgan R.V.H. Morgan Dr Stephen Morris
Dougal Morrison Tim Morse Richard and Katherine Mort Jo Mower Changfeng Mu Carolyn Muir Brandon Munn Angel Munoz Edward Muston SC Dr Andrew Myles Solomon Nakhle Rahul Nand Ian Neale Kylie Nelson Timothy Nelson Kathleen Newcombe Matthew Newcombe Diana Ng Ramon Novo Cabrera Danka Ondriskova John Osborne Richard Page Kam Lai Pang Nicholas Paspaley AC Michelle Paterson Mark Paton Alayne Payne Alison Payne Pia Pennell Christopher Peppin-Neff Gregory Perry Patrick and Antonia Perry Dr Peter Phelps Ian P. Pilgrim Cameron Poolman Noel Prentice Justin Punch Dr Navtej Purewal Anthony Pursey David Qiu Hamid Raoof Anthony Renshaw Andrew Reynolds Janine Richards Mark Richmond Timothy Rickard Phillip Ridge Jacqueline Rosic Leonie Rowe Catherine Rumberg Anthony Russell-Thomas Mark Sandelin Andrew Saunders
Denise Mariel Schalet Dr Mark Schembri, Mrs Sarah Schembri, Abigail and William Philip Schettewi Kirsten Schumann Anthony G. Scott Cole Scott-Curwood Revd Andrew Sempell Bradley Sewell David Shaw Rosa Shi Catherine Shie Andrew Simpson Robert Simson David Sinclair Julia Sisson Bernard Siu Brett Slack-Smith John Slaytor Destry Sloane Anthony Smith Matthew Smith Soeren Soerensen Sotos Stephanou Nikki Storey Andrew Strang James Sullivan Andrew Sutherland AVM I.T. Sutherland AO RFD RAAF(Rtd) Mary Sutherland Dr Malcolm Swinburn William Teasdale Guido ter Kuile Stephen Thompsett Kerstin Thorn-Seshold Anthony Tong Lesley Traverso Bruce Treloar Prof Ron Trent and Dr Pit Trent William Trinh David Tsui Darren Turnbull David Turner Harvey Noel Twomey Christian Van Sumere Menno Veeneklaas Kim Veitch Irena Veksler Sibylle Vidal James Walker
Dr Matthew Walker Robert Walker Youliang Wang Danette Watson Edwin Watson Ian Webber Marianne Wehby Andrew Wennerbom Charles Wheeler Andrew White Karen White Matthew White SC Edward Whitehead Peter Wiggs Lou Wijeyaratne Glenn Wilde Jeevan and Ushi William John Williams Dr Andrew Wilson, Dr Angela Wilson, Andrew and Alice Wilson Garney Wong Tiffany Wong Revd Dr Max Wood Julian Woolley Peter Wright Alan Wyburn Hazel Wynne Carla Yegher Addolorata Zeccardo Weichu Zhang Yungi Zhuang Mike Zimmerman Haoyi Zou
Foundation donors 2019 Captain Suresh E. Abishegam Dr Simon Adamo 1966 David Adams Matt Adams 2019 Nadezhda Aleksandrova Prof. Gursel Alici Andrew Allen 1967 Robert Anderson Isabelle Andre Lillian Armitage Dr Aiden Burrell Emma Badgery Roger Bain Charlie Baldry Dr Steven Barker 2018 Joseph Barry Bipin Bhoola Francesco Boaria Anastasia Bolkus 2019 Alexander Bontzolakes Helen Bours Dr Vincent Braniff 2019 Zoe Brereton 1963 Edward Brogan Antonia Brown Eugene Anthony Buffa 1964 Brigadier David Buring AM 1960 Dr John J. Burke 1964 W. M. R. Burke 1969 Robert Busby 1956 Dr Donald Cameron AO General Angus Campbell AO DSC Georgina Campbell Simone Campbell Sean Caples Amedeo Carboni Ros Carr 1980 Timothy Castle 1961 Dr David Cay 1956 Em Prof John
Chalmers AC Mark Champley Marie Chretien Dr Christine Biscoe James Chryssafis 1955 The Hon T.R.H. Cole AO RFD QC Constantine Comino Dr J. and Mrs D. Cook 1974 Ian C. Cook 1963 Prof N.R. Cowdery AO QC Adrian Cripps 1979 Darrell A.C. Croker Roger Croker 1980 Charles Cropper 1957 Jon Crothers Mark Crowe Jo Crowley 1962 Em Prof. Jeremy Davis AM Tatiana Derevianko Timothy Devenish Matt Doyle Efstratios Drakoulis David Drury Annabel Dulhunty Ian Dyson Jean Eames Mary Deutz Ebeling Celina Edmonds 1983 James Eldershaw Lindsay Ellison SC Marjorie Fields 1964 Paul Evans 1956 Ralph Evans Amelia Feetham 1982 C.D.P. Fenwicke 1984 James Fenwicke 2017 Alex Fitton Gordon Ford 1987 Michael Forsythe David French 1963 Nicholas Friend
1978 Alan Frost Kate Galetto 1954 Revd Dr George Garnsey Sharyn Gerbich 2000 Phillip Gerlach Francois-Xavier Gide Dr Carl Gilmore 2019 Lucy Glanville Dr Katrina Glazebrook Catherine Gong Tracey Goodwin 2019 Fergus Grady Anne Guirlinger 1956 Air Vice Marshal B.J. Graf AO 1992 Charles Graham 1968 Dr R.H.W. Graham 1974 Richard C. Gray 1964 Dr Barry Green David Gribble 1966 Assoc. Prof Christopher Griffiths AM RFD David Grinham 1969 R.D and F.M Grove PSM 1967 Glen Gulliver Chaoxian Guo 2013 Patrick Hall Fiona Hancock Jacqueline Harding 1962 Steve Hardy 1968 Philip Harman 2019 Jacob Harris Linda Han 1961 Angelo G. Hatsatouris OAM 1978 Michael Hawker AM 1960 Dr Richard E. Hawker in honour of Revd Dr Ivan Head 1979 Derek Heath 1955 Peter Henchman OAM 1970Dr R.G. Henderson Janine Hoger Albert Hoggett Dianne Holz Zara-Jane Horner Andrew Howard Dr Sami Hoxha
1986 John Hudson 1986 Simon Hudson 1983 Tim Hughes Richard Hughes Toni Hulme Tova Hunt 2011 Christopher Ingate 2009 Johnathon Ingate 2003 Nicholas Ingate 1974 Stephen Ingate 2005 Timothy Ingate Carl Irwin Suresh Iyer Anthony Jefferies David Johnston Angela Jones 1988 Dr David Jordan 2019 Gi Houn Joung 1957 Gregory N. Kater Dae Chul Kim Chengfei Kong 2018 Mikhail Korzhov Jue Kuang Pang Kam Lai Dr Hilary Laidlaw 1983 Matthew Langford Charles Lavender Matthew Lawrance 1985 Toby Lawson Jane Leahy Skye Leckie OAM Andrew X.D. Lee Hyung Suk Lee Kevin X.Y. Lee 2006 Michael Xian Yow Lee Dr Rosalind Lehane & Family Andrew Lennox Robert Lerner 1957 F.E.M. ‘Ted’ Lilley Rebecca Lim James H. Liong 1952 Em Prof. Miles Little AM Fanbin Liu 2019 Kedrin Li Cha-May Loh Celia Loneragan 1985 Geoff Lovell Nina Loweth Andrew Lumpe 2018 Richard Lyons
Elizabeth MacDiarmid Joanne and Ralph Malmo 2019 Deirdre Mair Magdalen Malone David Maloney 2019 Emily Manche 1957 Anthony Maple-Brown Maple-Brown Family Foundation 1953 Dr J.W. George Marshall Terry Matthews Anthea McClintock Vickki McFadden Mark McFarlane Kate McGrath John McIntyre 1962 I.R. McKensey Connel McLaren 1980 Scott McMillan 1963 Neville Menlove Daniel Meserve Melissa Miller Ben and Judy Mills 1992 Hamish Milne Mark Mitchell Cathy Moir 2019 Alexandra Moir Dr Shane Moran 2019 Broderick Morgan 1978 R.V.H. Morgan 1982 Dr Stephen Morris 2018 Xavier Morris Tim Morse Richard and Katherine Mort Changfeng Mu 2019 Dr Brandon Munn Valentine Munoz Dr Andrew Myles Solomon Nakhle Rahul Nand 1964 R.S.W Neil Kylie Nelson Cheryl Neville Kathleen Newcombe 1953 G.K. Newman Diana Ng Ramon Novo Cabrera John Osborne 1967 Nicholas Paspaley AC Danka Ondriskova 1955 In Memory of D.M.H. Osborne * Michelle Paterson Mark Paton Alayne Payne Alison Payne 1960 J.D. Peedom
Pia Pennell Christopher Peppin-Neff Gregory Perry Patrick and Antonia Perry Alison Peterson 1990 Dr Peter Phelps Ian P. Pilgrim 1987 Cameron Poolman Justin Punch Hamid Raoof Navtej Purewal David Qiu 1974 S.R.W. Reed 1983 Dr James Renwick CSC SC Janine Richards Mark Richmond SC Phillip Ridge Jacqueline Rosic Leonie Rowe Anthony Russell-Thomas Catherine Rumberg 1961 W.S.F. Rutledge Mark Sandelin Andrew Saunders Philip Schettewi 2019 Cole Scott-Curwood Andrew Simpson 2019 Denise Schalet Kirsten Schumann 1957 A.G. Scott 1956 Ian G. Scott 1963 Dr Ian M. Scott 1950 Malcolm Shalders David Shaw Sophia Shen Rosa Shi Robert Simson David Sinclair 1961 Dr J.R.A. Sippe Julia Sisson Bernard Siu 1974 Dr P.J. Skelton Brett Slack-Smith 1988 John Slaytor 1964 Dr D.W. Sloper Soeren Soerensen 1979 Simon Spicer Sotos Stephanou 1963 Andrew W. Stevenson 1955 Russell A. Stewart 1944 Dr Edward Summerbell Andrew Sutherland Mary Sutherland William Teasdale Anthony Tong Guido ter Kuile 1970 Dr David A. Thomas
Stephen Thompsett 1989 Dr Kai-Kai Toh 1965 Dr Timothy Tolley Kwing Kwan Tong Lesley Traverso 1979 Bruce Treloar Prof. Ron Trent and Dr Pit Trent 1968 Dr T.E. Trigg David Tsui Darren Turnbull Harvey Noel Twomey Christian Van Sumere Menno Veeneklaas Kim Veitch Irena Veksler Sibylle Vidal 2019 James Walker 1958 The Hon Lloyd Waddy AM RFD QC 1986 Dr Matthew Walker Youliang Wang Danette Watson 1948 G.A. Weaver 1959 D.H. Wentworth Charles Wheeler 2000 David Whetton 1962 Peter G.D. White Peter Wiggs Lou Wijeyaratne Glenn Wilde Jeevan and Ushi William 1986 John Williams 1958 J.B Windeyer 1954 The Hon Justice W.V. (Bill) Windeyer AM RFD ED 1983 Richard Wolff Garney Wong 2019 Tiffany Wong Revâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d Dr Max Wood 1982 Peter Wright Alan Wyburn Hazel Wynne 2019 Nigel Wynne 2019 Sijia (Victoria) Xu 2019 Weichu Zhang Cara Yegher Addolorata Zeccardo 2019 Yungi Zhuang Mike Zimmerman 2019 Haoyi Zou 1987 anonymous
* denotes deceased
Foundation Donors Life Members Life Members 1902 in memory of Ernest Frederick Waddy * 1907 A.B. Doyle * 1912 Prof A.P Elkin CMG * 1915 Dr W.C.B. Harvey CBE * 1920 N.R. Conroy * 1920 R.A.O. Martin * 1921 Revd J.A. Friend * 1921 R.M. Johnson * 1921 Dr A. Distin Morgan OBE * 1921 Dr Charles V. Salisbury * 1922 F.B. Blood * 1922 H.F. Bode * 1922 S.C. Campbell * 1922 His Hon Judge H.J.H. Henchman QC * 1922 His Hon Judge Noel D. McIntosh * 1922 W.J. Southey Wilson * 1923 S.S. Ick-Hewins * 1924 W.E. Green * 1924 Paul Ramsay Brown * 1925 Charles E. McConnell * 1925 Dr M.R. Morey * 1926 Sir Alexis Albert CMG * 1926 Dr K.B. Armstrong * 1926 Bill Carson * 1926 G.B.S. Falkiner * 1927 Campbell Addison * 1927 Alexander Binnie * 1927 Dr Hugh M Gordon AM * 1927 Sir William McMahon GCMG CH * 1927 Dr P.T. Millard * 1928 Sir Nigel Bowen AC KBE QC * 1928 Dr J.H. Broadbent * 1928 W.E.L. De Vos * 1928 M.E. Lawrence * 1928 P.B. Reed * 1929 Richard Fitzhardinge * 1929 Dr D.F. Stewart * 1929 J.G. Trude * 1930 Dr K.N.E. Bradfield * 1930 The Hon Justice Geoffrey Lucas AC QC * 1930 Thomas V. McCarthy DFC & Bar * 1930 Ralph E. Smith * 1930 Dr C.L. Staham * 1930 Dr F.H.H. Wilson * 1931 R.A.C. Rogers * 1932 Alex M. MacIntosh * 1933 Prof Stan Baker * 1933 Dr J.K. Mackenzie * 1933 Dr Ted Waddy Pockley * 1934 Dr W.L. Hughes * 1934 Dr W.P. Nicholas * 1935 Prof P.O. Bishop AO FRS * 1935 Dr Gordon Colvin *
1936 Dr E.C. Blomfield * 1936 Dr John Church * 1936 D.A.J. Crombie * 1936 Dr R.A.G. Holmes * 1936 Dr J. Spencer Windeyer * 1937 Dr F.J. Collett * 1937 Dr C.B. Colvin * 1937 David Harvey Sutton * 1938 P.A. Champion * 1938 Dr David C. Henchman * 1938 B.H. ‘Jika’ Travers AM OBE * 1939 Dr E.J. Halliday * 1940 Dr J.M. Allingham * 1940 Owen Powell * 1940 Air Marshal Sir James Rowland AC KBE DFC AFC * 1941 Sir Ian McFarlane * 1941 D.A. Rutherford * 1942 G.H. Butler * 1942 Allan Coogan * 1943 Dr E.J. Barton * 1943 Dr Bruce S. Hartnett * 1943 Rt Revd M.M. Thomas * 1944 Dr S. John Iceton * 1944 Prof James W. Lance AO OBE * 1944 Owen Maund * 1944 Colin Richardson * 1945 Dr W.L. Adams OAM * 1945 The Estate of D.C. Gore * 1945 R.H. Meades * 1945 Dr John Roper * 1945 Dr H.J. White * 1946 His Hon Judge R.T.H. Barbour QC * 1946 Dr D.E. Barton OAM * 1946 A.P. Henchman * 1946 Dr G.M. Purchas * 1947 Dr G.V. Abram 1947 J.R. Coogan * 1947 Dr J.M.B. Cooke * 1947 Dr John Copeland 1947 Dr K. David G. Edwards * 1947 Dr R.G.W. Fisher OAM 1947 A. James Milson * 1948 R.L. Denison * 1948 M.W. Garnett 1948 G.T. Kryger 1948 Revd D.C. Orange * 1948 G.V.J. Single * 1948 Em.Prof Lindsay Thompson AM 1948 G.A. Weaver 1948 D.R. Walker * 1949 R.G.W. Alford 1949 D.K. Budd * 1949 Dr Michael Hall FRS 1949 Dr Graham H.B. Hart 1949 Dr Pat Harvey 1949 Dr H.A. Harvey Sutton * 1949 Dr Bernard Huxtable
1949 John R. Lysaght 1949 A.W. McAuley * 1949 Dr R.M. McCredie * 1949 Dr James M. Purchas OAM * 1949 Dr Philip J.L. Street 1950 R.A. Allport * 1950 Dr Fred R. Berry 1950 Dr Rowan Blogg AM 1950 Em.Prof J.G. McLeod AO 1950 Hugh Pennefather * 1950 Air Vice Marshal Ian T. Sutherland AO 1951 D.J. Asimus AO * 1951 A.F. Dingle * 1951 A.W. Hart * 1951 Alastair Harvey Sutton 1951 E.V. King * 1951 P.C.B. Larcombe 1951 J.W. Mather 1951 Dr G.A. Mobbs 1951 Dr G.K. Williams AM 1952 Terence Clarke AM 1952 Derry B. Hill 1952 Prof Colin I. Johnston AO 1952 Em Prof Miles Little AM 1953 R.O. Albert AO RFD RD 1953 Peter William Bishop 1953 Dr G.G.V. Cawley * 1953 Assoc Prof W. Bruce Conolly AM * 1953 James Cuninghame * 1953 Dr J.W. George Marshall 1953 G.K. Newman 1953 John Robert Waldo Lance * 1953 Dr David Madew 1953 N.A.L. Mainwaring * 1953 D.B. Richardson 1954 Dr John Corry 1954 Malcolm Dan 1954 Hugh F.C. Gore 1954 Dr R.M.H. Kater 1954 Dr Malcolm Lane-Brown 1954 Noel Mattocks 1954 Dr J.D. Wilson * 1954 The Hon W.V. (Bill) Windeyer AM RFD ED 1955 W.R. Burge * 1955 Dr G.W. Carter * 1955 David Castle 1955 The Hon T.R.H. Cole AO RFD QC 1955 Peter H. Henchman OAM 1955 The Hon Judge D.I. McCredie * 1955 Dr A. Stewart Mitchell * 1955 In Memory of D.M.H. Osborne * 1955 His Honour Judge E.O.G. Pain QC * 1955 Dr G.F. Stening 1955 Russell A. Stewart 1956 E.F. ‘Ted’ Albert * 1956 Dr Donald P. Cameron AO 1956 Em Prof John Chalmers AC 1956 J.R. ‘Jack’ Friday 1956 Dr H.C. Grant-Frost 1956 F.J. Halliday 1956 Dr Bryen Saunders * 1956 Ian G. Scott 1956 Dr John Stephen 1956 Dr F.W.D. Stitt 1956 Dr M.J. Swinburn 1956 Prof John Uther AO * 1956 Dr J.C. Warden 1957 Dr K.H. Atkinson * 1957 O.J. Cordell
1957 Jon Crothers 1957 Tony Deakin OAM 1957 Peter Fogarty 1957 Gregory N. Kater 1957 Dr Robert J. Lee * 1957 F.E.M. ‘Ted’ Lilley 1957 J.B. Loiterton 1957 A.B. Maple-Brown 1957 Prof Warren Pengilley AM 1957 P. Wentworth Russell * 1957 A.G. Scott 1957 P.J. Watt 1957 Sir Robert Woods CBE 1958 A.A. ‘Tony’ Albert * 1958 Prof C.J. Burrell AO 1958 Michael Callaghan * 1958 Em Prof Colin N. Chesterman AO 1958 D.A. Harricks * 1958 R.L. Maple-Brown AO * 1958 The Hon W Henric Nicholas QC 1958 Robin Percy 1958 Geoffrey James Pickles 1958 Martin Pitt * 1958 Alexander Rosser 1958 The Hon L.D.S. Waddy AM RFD QC 1958 J.B. Windeyer 1959 Max S. Bisley 1959 Dr Geoffrey H. Hazard 1959 F.C. Pratt 1959 C.R.S. Smith * 1959 Gavin M Thomson 1959 D.H. Wentworth 1960 L.P. Alidenes 1960 M.W.A. Baxter * 1960 W.A. Blakemore 1960 S.W. Brook 1960 Dr John J. Burke 1960 Dr John Copland AO 1960 Dr John Gregory-Roberts 1960 Dr Richard E. Hawker 1960 Dr Timothy R. Heap 1960 The Hon J. Dyson Heydon AC 1960 J. Richard Leahy 1960 Edward Le Couteur 1960 The Hon Justice J.R.F. Lehane * 1960 R.J. McGuire 1960 B.H. McKinnon 1960 Peter D. Meares 1960 J.D. Peedom 1960 G.W. Priddle 1960 Dr Ian Stratton * 1960 J.F Warburton 1960 J.D. Warner 1960 Brian H. Watson * 1960 David S. White 1961 Dr Stephen Anderson 1961 Dr David Cay 1961 D.J.N Cook 1961 Michael B. Galland 1961 Angelo G. Hatsatouris OAM 1961 Dr David A. Ramsden 1961 W.S.F. Rutledge 1961 Dr J.R.A. Sippe 1961 Michael H. Smee OAM 1961 Dr Hugh Williams 1962 Dr Richard P. Armati 1962 Kerry Bos 1962 Peter Crossing AM 1962 Em Prof J.G. Davis AM
1962 Ian Erratt * 1962 Dr Christopher Hadgis 1962 Steve Hardy 1962 Prof John Hogg OAM * 1962 I.R. McKensey 1962 Giles Rowling 1962 Michael Waterhouse 1962 Peter White 1963 Air Commodore Ian Ashbrook AM 1963 E.A.L. Brogan 1963 J.B. Burgmann 1963 Prof N.R. Cowdery AO QC 1963 James Kierath 1963 A.G. Marr 1963 N.E. Menlove 1963 Dr David Roxburgh 1963 Dr Ian M. Scott 1963 Andrew W. Stevenson 1963 Nicholas Whitlam 1963 John Bowie Wilson 1963 Dr E.K. Wong 1963 Dr R.N. Wyndham 1964 Tony M.F. Abrahams 1964 Brigadier D.L.H. Buring AM 1964 W.M.R. Burke 1964 Dr M.B. Dally * 1964 Dr J.B. Docker 1964 D.P.R. Esplin * 1964 Paul Evans 1964 Pete Gourlay * 1964 Dr Barry Green 1964 G.R. and C.C. Hodgkinson 1964 R.S.W. Neil 1964 Selwyn M Owen 1964 J. Russell Roxburgh 1964 Dr D.W. Sloper 1964 Bruce J. Thomson * 1964 David Turner 1965 Dr G.L. Barratt 1965 Dr Russell Bennett 1965 Dr J.M. Dowling 1965 Ralph Evans 1965 Dr Bruce Fasher 1965 Dr Michael Graham 1965 Edward Griffin 1965 Dr K.C. Hanel 1965 R.C. Mesley * 1965 Warwick G. Newton * 1965 Dr Phil Nott 1965 Dr J.C. Tidmarsh 1965 Dr Richard C. Waugh OAM 1965 Dr T.F. Wilmot 1966 David Adams 1966 E. Graeme Critchley 1966 Assoc Prof C.J.G. Griffiths AM 1966 Roger A. Hudson 1966 R. Tom Low 1966 P.H.R. Meyer 1966 Rowan A Ross AM 1967 B.D. Abbott 1967 R.W. Anderson 1967 Dr W.J Barnes 1967 Dr R.K. Churcher 1967 Rhoderic Cook 1967 Colin Dunston 1967 I.G. Hardy 1967 Prof Robert Jansen AM * 1967 A.J. Mackenzie 1967 Roger Massy-Greene AM 1967 M.H. McMichael 1967 Scott Milson 1967 Nick Paspaley AC 1967 Wing Commander Michael Reymond 1968 B.W. Collins QC
1968 P.J. Dent 1968 Dr Michael Fasher 1968 Dr R.H.W. Graham 1968 Philip Harman 1968 Dr Kenson Kwok 1968 Rod Paton 1968 Dr T.E. Trigg 1969 Warren Austron 1969 Robert Busby 1969 James R.G. Bell 1969 J.D. Booth * 1969 Robert L. Busby 1969 J.S. Currie 1969 Dr Maurice Evans 1969 R.D and F.M. Grove PSM 1969 His Honour Judge M.J. King SC 1969 Guy Milson 1969 Dr Phillip Reeve 1969 Dr Denis A. Smith 1969 Dr Graeme Truscott 1969 Peter R. Wallman 1969 Stuart Westgarth 1970 N.G. Buckworth 1970 Dr Paul Harris 1970 Malcolm Harrison 1970 Dr R.G. Henderson 1970 Dr Max K. King 1970 Dr Richard S.K. Lee 1970 David S. O’Donnell 1970 Ian G. Plater 1970 Dr Craig James Smee 1970 Dr Barry Spurr 1970 Dr David A. Thomas 1970 Dr W.S. Yung 1971 J.H.C. Clayton 1971 Dr Graham Kaye * 1971 Diccon Loxton 1971 Andrew McKnight 1971 Dr A.D.W. Patterson 1971 R.C. Travers 1972 Paul V.H. Blanch 1972 Dr R.A. Parsons 1972 Andrew Price 1972 Anthony J.J Renshaw 1972 Philip Wood 1972 Peter Wotton 1973 Dr Andrew Harrison * 1973 Stan Moore 1973 Dr Robert Keith Munro 1973 Matthew Walton SC 1973 The Hon Justice David M. Yates SC 1974 Dr Anthony D Boyden 1974 M.J. Brent 1974 Dr William Brooks 1974 Ian C. Cook 1974 In Memory of Peter Fraser * 1974 J.A. Freeman * 1974 R.C. Gray 1974 Stephen Ingate 1974 S.R. McMillan 1974 Bruce McWilliam 1974 S.R.W. Reed 1974 Dr P.J. Skelton 1974 G.C. Travers 1974 R.H. Treacy 1974 Christopher White 1975 Peter Armitage 1975 Dr Paul Beath 1975 Dr Michael E. Bernays 1975 Bruce Clement 1975 Dr I.S. Dunlop AM 1975 M.A. Hallinan 1975 Jordan Hanbury-Brown
1975 Michael S. Jonas 1975 Alan M. Smith 1975 Dr Rod Yeatman 1976 Dr Russell Aboud 1976 Dr Bruce Caldwell 1976 Dr G.P. Cohen 1976 Anthony Ferguson 1976 S.J.H. Ford 1976 Dr M.F. Harris 1976 A.J.R. Lysaght 1976 M.J. Walsh 1976 Michael S. White 1977 Malcom Bruce Duncan * 1977 Julian Gregory * 1977 Ted Marr * 1977 Malcolm Rosborough 1977 D.S.J. Stratton 1978 Charles Armitage * 1978 Dr Henry D. Hicks 1978 Dr David Galbraith 1978 M.J. Hawker AM 1978 Dr A.P.J Lloyd 1978 M.E.B. Playfair 1978 James B. Treacy 1978 The Hon Justice R.J. Wright 1979 J.B. Falkiner 1979 Derek Heath 1979 Revd C.J.P. Hobbs 1979 Charles Macgregor 1980 Richard Caldwell 1980 His Honour Judge Robert A. Cameron 1980 Tim Castle 1980 Michael H. Coonan 1980 Charles Cropper 1980 Dr Andrew Leicester 1980 Scott McMillan 1980 Stuart Turner 1981 Patrick Allaway 1981 Hugh Cooke 1981 Mark Elliott 1981 Dr T.F. Heath 1981 D.E. Roberts 1981 M.S.M White SC 1982 H.E. Miles Armitage 1982 Andrew Cherry 1982 C.D.P. Fenwicke 1982 Julian D. Fewtrell 1982 Dr Richard Harrison 1982 Geoffrey Joyce 1982 Ian James McDonald 1982 Dr Stephen Morris 1982 A.M. Wennerbom 1983 James Eldershaw 1983 Nicholas Miller 1983 C.B. Powis 1983 Dr James Renwick CSC SC 1984 Craig Allen 1984 Andrew Fay 1984 James Fenwicke 1984 James R.J. Lockhart SC 1984 Derek Young 1985 The Hon Justice Andrew S. Bell SC 1985 Dr Alan Gilpin 1985 Toby Lawson 1985 Geoff Lovell 1985 Dr S.M. Murray 1985 Andrew Purchas OAM 1985 Hugh Richards 1985 Paul Edward Simos 1985 Peter Stokes 1985 Craig Van Der Laan 1985 In Memory of Nick Van Gelder * 1985 E.J.W. Watson
1986 A.M.K. Hobbs 1986 David Joyce 1986 Assoc Prof J.C.L Looi 1987 The Hon Justice Mark Leeming SC 1988 John Coyle 1988 Peter Cumines 1988 Dr David Jordan 1988 Nicholas Leeder 1988 Dr Stephen Lightfoot 1988 Charles G. Mendel 1989 Simon Allen 1989 Dr Kai-Kai Toh 1989 Cameron Williams 1990 Dr Peter Barnett 1990 Mark Bland 1990 Dr Omar K. Marwat 1990 Dr Peter Phelps 1990 D.A. Stone 1991 Richard R. Graham 1991 J.D. McDonald 1991 Andrew Sinclair 1991 R.E.W. Wiles 1992 Hamish Milne 1993 Peter Lambousis 1995 Tom Rimes 1996 Scott Kerrison 1996 D.F.C. Thomas SC 1997 James Moses 1997 Dr Samuel J. Walker 1998 Dr Daniel Bills 2000 Caspar Conde 2000 Neil and Natalie Raffan 2006 Michael X.Y. Lee 2006 David J. Timms 2008 A.I. (Sandy) Macgregor 2010 Angus E.C. Macgregor 2011 Andrew X.D. Lee 2018 Xavier Morris Lady (Elsa) Albert * Kenneth Allen Revd Dr J.G. Beer * Revd A.P.B Bennie * Johanna Bishop Blake Dawson Waldron Peter Burrows AO Dr Ken Cable * Em Prof John C. Craig Dr David Crawford Dr Frank Croll * Adrian G Diethelm Dr J.F. Farrar * P.C. Greenland Revd Dr Ivan Head T.C. Healey Nancy Henchman Hitachi Construction Machinery C.V. and A. Jeffreys W.N. Kirby Dr Rosalind Lehane & Family Peter L’Green Maple-Brown Family Foundation The Hon Dr J.K. McLaughlin AM Perdita Morgan Gregory Perry Mrs Alison Peterson Dr Peter Pockley H.L. Prideaux S.A. and J.L Rourke St Paul’s College Women’s Organisation TAG Family Foundation F.E. Trigg J.N. Ward * denotes deceased
Donors - to scholarship funds in 2019 Robert Albert AO RFD RD Philip Barr Revd Dr Philip Bradford Assoc Prof Greggory Burrow Dr John Copland AO Annabel Dalhunty Stuart Dear David Duke Danielle Ecuyer Michael Forsythe The Glendonbrook Foundation Dr Barry Green Andrew Inwood His Honour Judge Michael King, SC John Lysaght Andrew Marr Em Prof Peter Mackenzie Dr Don Markwell Dr Scott Murray The Hon Henric Nicholas QC Anthony Renshaw Julia Sisson St Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Foundation Lex Stewart Dr J.C. Tidmarsh
Music Donors 2019 Robert Albert AO RFD RD Dr William Brooks Matthew Stuckings
Photo credits P. 2 - Ivan Head Building: Aran Anderson Photography P. 5 - Official opening of the Ivan Head and McMillan Buildings: Sub-Zero Photography P.6 - St Paul’s Student contributing to Community Service for Legacy Week: St Paul’s College P. 7 - Dr Antone Martinho-Trusswell, Richard Morgan, Steve Ingate, Patrick Massarani, Tiffany Kwong, Simon Crossley-Meates, James Bell and Selwyn Owen on the night Tiffany was recognised as the first female member of St Paul’s College Union: SPC P.9 - Julian Vidal: self and Dr Martinez-Martin: self; Henry Robertson, Darcy Breen, Jake Slaytor, Henry Higgins, Oscar Carr-Middleton, Dr Brandon Munn, Yve Gal : Monica Farag. P.10 - Head Shots Robert Albert Portait and Dr Andrew Bell SC: Monica Farag Alexander ‘Sasha’ Belonogoff - Source: Morning Bulletin Assoc Prof Terry Bolin OAM - Source: Gut Foundation Dr William Brooks - Source: NeuRA Billy Browning - Source: ADAMA Assoc Prof Michael Coper AO: SPC 1964 Cricket Team photo Peter Cousens AM - Source: ArtsHub Nicholas Cowdrey AO QC - Source: The University of Sydney P.12 - Head shots Dr James Fraser - Source: The University of Sydney John Gaden AO - Source: National Portrait Gallery Peter Henchman OAM: SPC College Eight 1959 The Hon Dyson Heydon AC QC - Source: High Court AU Assoc Prof Eric Knight - Source: The University of Sydney Roger Massy-Greene AM - Source: The Hunger Project Richard Morgan - Source: St Paul’s College Jeff Morris - Source: ABC Guy Porter - Source: Behind the Ruck Dr James Renwick SC CSC - Source: INSLM Prof Ben Saul - Source: The University of Sydney Dr Martin Seneviratne - Source: Weforum Leo Tutt OAM- SPC 1982 College photo Hunter White OAM - Source: The Pauline 1976 Chris Willaims - Source: Chris Williams Composer P.17 - Photo 1 & 2: Monica Farag, Photo 3, 4 & 6: Cole Scott-Curwood, Photo 5: Murry Fredericks Photography P. 18 - Lloyd Waddy Dinner and Service - Photography by: P. 19 - Dr Don Markwell, the Hon Rob Stokes, Jo Haylen MP, Jihad Dib MP and Geoff Lovell at State Parliament P.20 - Farwell and Service to the Warden, Dr Don Markwell: Sub-Zero Photography P.21 - Inaugral Graduate House Formal: Sub-Zero Photography P.23 - Graduate House coming alive - Photo 1: Monica Farag, Photos 2-6: Sub-Zero Photography P.24 - Students Club Committee 2018 photo: Rohan Watt P.25 - Students Club and MCR Elections: James Turner P.26 - Grisp Mentoring Program, photographed James Sinclair and Nick Ingate: SPC 2019 P.27 - 2019 FundsFest Community, Students and the Sub-Warden raising funds to help drought-affected farmers: Cole Scott-Curwood P.29 - Victoriana!, its star shines on: Cole Scott-Curwood P. 30 - Photo 1 & 2 : Alana Dimou Photography, 3 & 5: Monica Farag, 4 : Sub-Zero Photography P. 32 - Portrait of Robert Ebenezer Johnson and Thomas Sutcliffe Mort at St Paul’s College Archives : Monica Farag p.35 - Glendonbrook Trustees Martin Ritchie and Lord Glendonbrook (centre) with Glendonbrook Scholars Matt Sullivan, Deni Hoxha, Marcus Valastro, Adam Kadmon, and Jacob Lerner on the Rooftop Terrace at St Paul’s: Sub-Zero Photography P.36 - St Paul’s College Quadrangle: Murry Fredericks Photography P.43 - Graduate House, McMillan Building: Aran Anderson Photography P. 45 - St Paul’s College Origial Building and Flag: Murry Fredericks Photography
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Number 52 November 2019 St Paul’s College, 9 City Road, Camperdown NSW, 2050 | 02 9550 7444 Produced with grateful assistance from Richard Morgan, James Turner and Monica Farag for St Paul’s College, St Paul’s College Union and St Paul’s College Foundation