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Generosity is the kindest cut
18 Sep 2018
No parent ever expects to be told that their child has cancer. It was just before Christmas 2016 when inner west mother Sue-Ellan Vasiliou took her daughter Alegra in for scans.
The 10 year old scientists who have won a Eureka Prize
30 Aug 2018
Caitlyn Walker and Amelia Lai, both 10, have gone from knowing next to nothing about bees to donning bee suits, building bee hotels around their neighbourhood and winning a Eureka Prize for their rese ...
Vale Freda Whitlam
5 Jun 2018
Freda Whitlam, a formidable educator and church leader, was principal of a prominent Sydney private girls school, helped establish the University of Western Sydney and the University of the Third Age, ...
Diving into Australian Rankings
14 May 2018
Year 6 student Ellie Cole wins silver at the NSW State Open Diving CHampionships
Dr Burgus and Yr 11 student 2018
Gonski Review. Dr Paul Burgis questions inquiry-based learning.
7 May 2018
Dr Paul Burgis questions some of the assumptions within the Gonski Review about how young people learn and what motivates learning.
Dr Phillippa Carnemolla wins NAWIC International Women’s Day scholarship
6 Apr 2018
Industrial designer, researcher and design educator Dr Phillippa Carnemolla (Class of 1990) has been awarded the 2018 National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) International Women’s Day Sc ...
'Yes you can': trailblazing judge's powerful message to women in law
4 Apr 2018
'Yes you can': trailblazing judge's powerful message to women in law. PLC Sydney Ex-Student (1963) Carolyn Simpson, retires as Supreme Court Justice after 24 years.
Ceara Metlikovec wins 2018 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing
6 Mar 2018
Congratulations to Ceara Metlikovec for winning the 2018 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing. The Sydney-based artist has taken out the $25,000 acquisitive prize with her graphite drawing, Indigo 5, Janu ...