News and Updates
News and Update
Meditation is a simple session available to all residents at St Catherine's, which can help reduce stress, increase calmness and promote happiness.
Many people are doubtful that if they aren’t good at something, there is no point doing it. This can be because they believe there will be no intrinsic benefit. St Catherine’s College actively ties to wipe out this misconception. In fact, there are many hidden benefits to activities that simply look fun on the outside.
Jordan Hunter from the St Catherine’s College, Marketing & Communications team, sat down with recent winner of the 2018 UWA IQ Student Start-up award, Conor McLaughlin, co-founder of Futuristic Skills and Alumnus of St Catherine’s College.
Today is National Sorry Day. National Sorry Day is an important day to come together & share the steps towards healing for the Stolen Generations, their families & communities. Sorry Day acknowledges the strength & resilience of Indigenous Australians & it is an opportunity for our community to make a stronger commitment to address the structural & cultural inequalities experienced by Indigenous Australians.
St Catherine’s College is the recipient of the Marketing Award at the 2018 StarRez APSAA Conference in the 2018 Awards for Excellence, in recognition of their 2018 Orientation week (O’Week) marketing campaign.
St Catherine’s College is celebrating the success of winning the 2018 Inter College Lip Dub competition for the first time. The screening of all Lip Dub entries was held at Trinity College on Tuesday 15 May with over 100 college row residents watching and cheering along.
PRISM Alliance and St Catherine’s College were delighted to host the British High Commissioner to Australia, Menna Rawlings on Thursday 10 May.
We always have fun. Our Dandjoo darbalung group is so energetic, we all get along so well with each other. We are very close and connected. Everyone knows someone in someone else’s family. I think that’s what makes us bond so well. We know people from different areas and you can identify with all these people.
St Catherine’s College in Crawley, has a new mentor and teacher for their successful Indigenous Access Program, Dandjoo Darbalung. Abby-Rose Cox, a kija woman from Broome, is an alumna of the College.