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  1. One step at a time for Jemima Montag

    For elite athlete, Jemima Montag (OW2016), the road to the Olympics has always been long, and with the Tokyo Olympic Games now postponed as a result of COVID-19 containment measures across the globe, that road just got longer. Here, she explains...

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  2. Katya Crema carves her way

    Congratulations to Katya Crema (OW2006) who earlier in the year, together with her business, HIP V. HYPE, was announced as a finalist in the Built Environment category in the 2019 Premier’s Sustainability Awards for their apartment development,...

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  3. Nick receives top gong

    Nick Sautner (OW1994), Chief Executive Officer of New Zealand’s largest stadium, has taken out the Executive of the Year accolade at TheStadiumBusiness Awards in the United Kingdom. Nick was in Manchester to receive the international award after...

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  4. If the mask fits...

    The latest man behind the mask in London's famous West End production of Phantom of the Opera will be none other than our own Josh Piterman (OW2003). Josh, who will make his West End debut as the iconic Phantom, was extremely grateful to a couple of...

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  5. Passing of Bill Lyon

    It is with sadness that we share news to OWs, regarding the very recent passing of former teacher, Mr Bill Lyon. Bill had a long association with Wesley, having been a teacher at the Elsternwick and St Kilda Road Campuses. He retired from the...

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  6. Queen's Birthday Honours

    We are excited to announce that a number of OW’s were featured recently in the Queen's Birthday Honours List. Congratulations to these wonderful individuals who embody the very spirit of Welsey College and our motto "Sapere Aude". OFFICER (AO) IN...

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  7. Speeding up the World Standings

    Congratulations to speed machine Nana Owusu-Afriyie (OW2016) who, along with teammates Sally Pearson, Riley Day and Naa Anang, elevated Australia to sixth in the world after their blistering run of 44.62 in the 4x100m final of the IAAF World Relays...

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  8. A fitting tribute to Wesley in wartime

    Students, staff and alumni gathered at the St Kilda Road Campus this week to unveil a plaque commemorating the extraordinary efforts and sacrifice of Old Collegians in World War Two. Following on from last week’s Anzac Day tributes, the ceremony...

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  9. Mercury Rising

    Congratulations to the irrepressible Alanna Smith (OW2014) on becoming the latest Australian draftee to the WNBA. Hot off leading the Stanford Cardinal’s to an Elite Eight appearance in the Women’s NCAA tournament, the popular power forward was...

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  10. The Future of Work

    During the week, I was fortunate to attend the Wesley College Foundation 11th Annual Business Breakfast in the Grand Ballroom at the Sofitel on Collins.Despite the early 7am start, there was a great energy in the room and the audience anticipated a...

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