April 13 2017
The ceremonies of the Easter Triduum will be celebrated in the college chapel.
5th of April 2017
This week’s Wednesday night guest is none other than a former Wallaby. These days however, Nigel Kassulke is Director at Cannings, one of the leading financial, regulatory, and political communications agencies in the Asia Pacific.
22nd March 2017
Jim Macnamara has been a Professor of Public Communication at UTS since 2007. While there, he has conducted research projects for well-known groups such as the Australian Electoral Commission; the Victorian Government; the Cancer Institute NSW and more.
Wednesday March 15 2017
Dr Martin Seneviratne is the kind of guy that will put other 27 year-olds to shame. Currently a junior doctor at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred hospital, he did medicine after a BSc in physics at the University of Sydney and UCLA – from which he graduated with the university medal.
Foreign Policy and National Identity - why does it matter? Formal Dinner with Professor James Curran
Wednesday March 8 2017
James Curran is a professor at the University of Sydney’s history department; teaching courses in Australian political culture and foreign policy, and the history of America's relations with the world.
Sunday 25th December 2016
The traditional Christmas Triduum will be held on December 22nd, 23rd and 24th in the Chapel of the College.
Wednesday 12 October 2016
Stephen Foley is the Head of St Leo’s College, a residential college on the University of Queensland campus.
Wednesday 5 October 2016
Chief of Staff to the NSW Premier will speak at Warrane this Wednesday the 5th of October.
Wednesday 21 September 2016
Matthew Beard mightn’t yet be 30 but he’d be Dr Matthew Beard to you, thanks to his PhD in military ethics. The Sydney-based moral philosopher works at The Ethics Centre, which is an independent not-for-profit that helps to navigate complex ethical issues. He’s also Warrane’s guest for the night of 21 September 2016.
Wednesday 14 September 2016
Back in 2007, Jay Allen was diagnosed with life-threatening stage III melanoma. Now – after two major operations, a bout of chemotherapy and a check-up every three months for five years – he has gone from truck driver to advocate for cancer awareness.