What Year 9 social studies should have taught you: Election Guide 2017
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What Year 9 social studies should have taught you: Election Guide 2017

By now, you’ve probably been notified by the road corner overflowing with freshly printed billboards and your Facebook feed being plastered with your relatives’ annoying shared posts; It’s once again time again for another general election!   With less than a week to go, every vote matters. Living in the safe seat electorate doesn’t mean … Continue reading

Service at rest home goes both ways
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Service at rest home goes both ways

The Macleans College Community Service Prefects have visited local rest-homes throughout the year. However, recently, they offered the opportunity for all interested students to engage in this meaningful and heart-warming service. Below are some accounts of the experiences from the first team. If you are interested in joining this project, press join on this Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/944699072223720/ … Continue reading

Black Friday Fever
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Black Friday Fever

Black Friday, a sinister and infamous day for unfortunate events. However, there is always a positive side to things, and Snell House reinforces this idea a lot. On Friday 13 June, the students of Snell prepared for a large celebration in dedication to the house colour. Instead of superstitiously being aware of any bad omens or … Continue reading

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MASH Week 2014

It’s MASH Week this week. Keniel Yao runs us through what it’s all about, and why it matters. MASH stands for Mediators Against Student Harassment. It’s essentially a campaign to promote a healthy and thriving culture in schools, to make them places where students can really learn, grow, and discover themselves –which is really what … Continue reading