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SCR Contributions

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Dirk Den Hartog

 

What is your current location?

The Fellow’s Flat on the second floor of McCaughey.

What is your current job?

I retired in 2005 from my Senior Lectureship at Victoria University, having been there for about thirty years, with some time lecturing at Latrobe, and before that tutoring at Melbourne. So now I just tutor at Ormond across a number of areas, though organising Arts events at Ormond puts that ‘just’ into inverted commas somewhat. Read More

Our New GC members

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Scout Boxall

Scout Boxall is the Female Fresher Rep for 2013. When not chairing OCERC meetings, she may be found sealing letters to Stephen Fry inside coke bottles and sending them to the Motherland. She may seem like the quintessential indie gal, but to pigeonhole her would be a mistake. Read More

Past, Present, Future

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The Ormondian team thought it prudent that we document the progress made by some of our older students, perhaps showing us what they learnt (or didn’t learn) over the course of their time here. This process was started when they were wee Freshers. We used our powerful and convenient time machine to travel a few years into the future to see what’s in store for these lucky few. Here are the results. Read More

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A Beginners Guide to Perth Lingo

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As you may have noticed, the current fresher cohort contains a plethora of students from the Wild, Wild West. While on the whole, we Perth people (Perthians? Perthenese?) are a well-meaning bunch, our strange customs have incited resistance to this alarming diaspora. At an underground nativist rally in the JCR, one second year was quoted as saying “they took our jerbs!”

To live in harmony and allow for the free flow of ideas between two vastly different cultures, here is a glossary of terms that haven’t quite made it across the Nullabor: Read More

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From the Chair’s Chair

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Sitting in The Sun Room as ACam processes reimbursement forms and Taylor explains drug addiction amongst Jazz musicians, I contemplate just how eventful the last month has been. 2013 promises to continue along this exhilarating trajectory, and your GC has a vision for what it seeks to achieve along the way. Read More

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Live from The Peanut Gallery with Will and Ellie

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#Spillard #Shenanigans

Planned productive afternoons quickly devolved as our political junkie alter egos came out of the closet. Initially, there was a sense of Déjà Vu. Both of us remember being in high school and huddling around a computer to watch Rudd’s teary farewell and Gillard facing her first question time. Then, it was something unusual and a moment of “political history”. Read More