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  1. Founders’ Day Dinner 2021

    Founders’ Day Dinner in 2021 proved to be an exceptional window of fun and collegiality cutting through a wall of COVID-19 lockdowns. The classical glamour of the Myer Mural Hall in the heart of Melbourne warmed the hearts of all its guests – OWs...

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  2. OWCA Boarders' Weekend

    Event Program. The OWCA has designed an exciting program encouraging former boarders and regional OWs to gather in Bendigo. Included is a range of complimentary and ticketed options across the weekend of 17, 18 and 19 September, COVID setting...

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  3. STEM Glass Ceiling

    Microbiologist Catherine Osborne (OW1998) is the CEO of Crux Biolab, and is passionate about sustainable science, working women, microbiology, and immunology. She was recently featured in The Age discussing how she is tackling the barriers for women...

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  4. All that Jazz

    The latest and most compelling new voice in Australian jazz, saxophonist, composer, and arranger Stephen Byth (OW2012) has released Reparations, a hit debut album. Described as a ‘call-to-arms, reflecting its composer’s issues at the forefront...

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  5. The Door to Success

    Only 90 mins from Melbourne and 30 mins from Bendigo, why not venture on down and sample some of Tellurian's award winning wine tasting - a perfect way to warm up on a  woolly winter's weekend. Top stuff Daniel!...

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  6. Caged Lions

    It was truly wonderful to see so many of our beloved senior OWs online for the OWCA's recent Caged Lions event. All listened on intently as special guest, retired Bishop in the Diocese of New York and former Vicar of the Church of the...

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  7. Josh Howard cleans up

    While we're focusing on social distancing and personal hygiene, every time we wash our hands why not help out an OW and the environment at the same time? Josh Howard (OW2006) is founder of 'Single Use Ain't Sexy', a company that makes dissolvable,...

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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