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.
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.
Wednesday 5 April, 2017
Nigel Kassulke, a former journalist and Australian Wallaby, is Director at corporate communications firm Cannings where he provides strategic communications advice to national and international clients on their interaction with the media, financial markets, governments and key stakeholders. He spoke at Warrane College on 5 April 2017.