Wednesday 24 May, 2017
Trading country life for the city can be hard, so it’s a pretty cool thing that a handful of boys who went to school at Newcastle Grammar ended up together at Warrane. Of the six boys, three gave us a look at how they ended up in Sydney, what they’re studying at UNSW, and life at Warrane.
Talent is never far at Warrane! Meet cultural scholarship recipients Clemens Del Rosario and Cameron Day
Wednesday 17 May, 2017
One thing’s for sure – there is no shortage of talent at Warrane. Especially when you’re talking to a couple of residents who happened to enter on the Cultural Scholarship: Clemens Del Rosario and Cameron Day.
Monday 24 April, 2017
On 29 March 2017, it was Warrane old boy Tim Edwards that was guest speaker for the Wednesday night dinner. Grateful and excited to be back, he told the residents that his one regret from his Warrane days was treating the place as a hotel for the first 12 weeks out of his almost six-year stay. 12 weeks seems a small part, but he wished he had gotten involved, and therefore enjoyed himself more, right from the start!
Tuesday 18 April, 2017
For Junya Eguchi, the experience of living at Warrane College is something he describes as life-changing. A resident at the college for five years now, this year he took on the role of Head Tutor – which involves coordinating the tutors, among other administrative things. He’s doing his masters at UNSW, which uses a special imaging technique to study how muscles change with training.
Friday 7 April, 2017
Warrane College is now accepting applications for semester 2 - apply now as places are limited!
Thursday 6 April, 2017
When Jim Macnamara, Professor of Public Communication at the University of Technology Sydney, spoke to the Warrane boys on 22 March 2017, it was all about listening. He told them that just as listening is so important on an interpersonal level, it is also important at an organisational level – a particular interest of his.
Monday 20 March, 2017
James Curran may be a professor of history at Sydney University, but when he visited Warrane on Wednesday 8 March, he kept it very current. As someone who teaches courses in Australian political culture and foreign policy, as well as the history of America's relations with the world, what do you think his topic of choice was? None other than the Donald Trump, President of the USA – and what his election might mean for Australia
Monday 13 March, 2017
“What makes for a successful life?”’ was the question that Damien Tudehope, the Liberal Member for the seat of Epping, posed to the Warrane boys at the Wednesday Formal Dinner on 1 March 2017. Would it be earning a lot of money; achieving great status; having a good circle of friends? These could all be part of it, he suggested, but certainly not all of it.
Monday 16 January, 2017
If your stereotypical medical student doesn’t have time for anything apart from university, then 25-year old Liam Clifford just isn’t that guy. While he’s been studying hard for seven years at UNSW – three years of medical science, first class honours the following year, and then three years of undergraduate medicine after that – this Warrane resident manages to fit in a whole lot more.
Monday 5 December, 2016
Whether you know him as Will or Bill, you can’t deny that William Horspool’s hometown has the best names – he hails from Dark Corner Road in the village of Sunny Corner. There surely can only be few reasons to leave a place that sounds so pleasant, but William’s will do the trick: he’s residing at Warrane to do his PhD.