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Ed Fernon

September 7, 2017

St John’s College alumnus Ed Fernon wins world’s toughest horse race

Ed Fernon (SJC 2007), an Australian Olympian, has won the longest and toughest horse race in the world – the Mongolian Derby Twenty-nine-year-old Fernon conquered the gruelling Mongolian Derby, crossing the finish line with South African Barry Armitage in equal first after a nail-biting race to theRead more

Adam Bisits 2

August 28, 2017

Vale Adam Bisits

13.12.1950 – 25.08.2017 St John’s College is deeply saddened by the death of alumnus Adam Bisits (SJC 1970-74) on Friday, 25 August 2017.  Adam passed away at home following a short illness.  Adam was a lifelong supporter of the College, a longstanding member of the Board ofRead more

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August 16, 2017

St John’s College welcomes College Visitor and Archbishop of Sydney, Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP

Last night we were delighted to welcome His Grace, Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, to the College, both as our Visitor and as our Archbishop. His Grace presided over Mass and delivered a memorable speech to our students, College Fellows and invited guests at dinner. InRead more

July 31, 2017

Vale Patricia Marie SANDERS (née Carroll)

The College was saddened to hear of the passing of Patricia Sanders (nee Carroll), aged 91, last week.  Matron Carroll, as she was known at St John’s, was a much loved figure who worked and resided at the College in the 1960’s.  She was responsible forRead more

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