News and Updates
News and Update
Welcome to St Cat’s! You’ll soon realise that College is more than a place to sleep at night (and party all day, or the opposite). It’s a safe space for exploring yourself and the world around you. There’s so much room for all sorts of things and it’s really up to you to make the absolute most out of your time at Cat’s. The opportunities are truly endless and we can’t wait to go on this journey with you.
You can bet that there will be a whole lot happening this weekend. If you get stuck on what you want to do or where you want to be, here are some cool events worth checking out. Grab your mates and get all decked out in your best Aussie get up for a beautiful celebration of love and life.
With tuition fees, a new found coffee (and mi goreng) addiction, and a million other things we have to pay for on a student budget, we definitely need to stretch that dollar as far as it can go! But the best thing about being a student is the student discounts, so here’s a guide to getting the best deals on the cheap while you still can!
Moving away from home is a huge milestone. This is the time for a lot of growing up to be done, making some awesome new memories, and finding your footing in the world. Choosing a place to call your new home (away from home) is a daunting task but St Catherine’s College is here for you!
It’s a new year and a fresh start. New year’s resolutions are always fun for a hot minute until you actually have to do it and it takes way too much effort to keep up. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it at all. Keep your resolutions small and achievable and celebrate the small wins in life.
The third annual Space Apps Perth hackathon concluded Sunday night with 7 teams pitching their solutions to various NASA challenges. Two teams will now progress to the global competition…
Original source: This post was originally uploaded to Startup News https://www.startupnews.com.au/2018/10/23/pitching-out-of-this-world/
St Catherine’s College, UWA residents are preparing to run for Cancer Research, prevention and support in UWA’s 2018 Relay for Life on October 13.
Photography is the story we fail to put into words.
St Cat’s resident, Pierre Gildenhuys, aims to pursue photography that can show and make people feel so much more than words will ever be able to.
St Catherine’s College is celebrating the success of one of its residents, University of Western Australia’s (UWA) Master of Information Technology student, Jiaranai Keatnuxsuo. Along with UWA Master of Data Science student, Alastair Parker, together they have won the 2018 UWA Student Innovation Challenge with their creative solution to on-road driver inattention safety.
Health and wellness covers many aspects of our daily lives. It’s everything from our food, to our daily routines, to our mental health and overall well-being. Wellness is about respecting ourselves and finding ways to make our lives more enriching, less stressful, and all in all happier!