The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

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The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

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The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

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Will you go for the Storm? An interview with the Dr.

Will you go for the Storm? An interview with the Dr.

Anson L (Year 10), Assistant Editor-In-Chief November 30, 2022

As the end of the school year nears, it often brings many goodbyes. We say goodbye to our teachers who have suffered our presence for a whole year, friends, and amazing assessments. This year we will also...

Rock On! - Contemporary Music

Rock On! – Contemporary Music

Patrick M (10), Chief Contributor November 30, 2022

Contemporary Music is a somewhat new co-curricular segment at William Clarke, run by Mr Cavenagh and the music faculty. In the words of Mr Cavenagh, “Contemporary Music Ensembles are made up of smaller...

We Are Younite-d

We Are Younite-d

Taylah C (Year 12), Chief Contributor November 30, 2022

An awesome event filled with great music, games, talks and decorations, what could possibly be better?  Younite was a Christian-based event at the college, similar to the GAP but only for WCC students....

We started the HSC? What!

We started the HSC? What!

Taylah C (Year 12), Chief Contributor November 23, 2022

With year 12 starting the HSC course, anxiety and excitement is arising in the grade. What will the next 12 months have in store for us? And was the transition from year 11 into 12 really that big? What...

Another Bell? – Term 4 SRC Meeting

Another Bell? – Term 4 SRC Meeting

Patrick M and Year 11 (2023) Leaders, Contributor November 23, 2022

Last Wednesday after school, the Student Representative council, or SRC, came together to discuss various matters regarding student life at the College. The SRC is made up of Year Leaders from Year 7-12,...

Alex Koch: The new Man in the Chair?

Alex Koch: The new Man in the Chair?

Ananya V (Year 12), Chief Contributor November 16, 2022

Last Thursday, the Primary and Secondary Schools of William Clarke College all crowded into the Sports Centre to uncover the identity of the new headmaster. Previously, Dr Scott Marsh had led our school,...

Filmmaking Incursion: Laying the Foundations for Our Future

Filmmaking Incursion: Laying the Foundations for Our Future

Ellis K (Year 10), Contributor November 16, 2022

If you told me 5 years ago that I would be given the opportunity to pursue my lifelong passion in the same place I fall asleep everyday (yes, I mean school), I certainly would not have believed you. I’d...

Conversations with a Muslim

Conversations with a Muslim

Zoe L (Year 12) and Fatiha T (Year 12) November 16, 2022

In a few sentences, what do you believe?  Basically, I believe that there is one God. He has no sons or daughters, no human anything. He is Allah. We believe that the people sent by him are prophets...

Leukemia foundation: Service Beyond the College

Leukemia foundation: Service Beyond the College

Marlie G (Year 10) November 16, 2022

31 students. The maximum size of many school classes in Australia. Statistically speaking, 31 students in William Clarke College will be diagnosed with Leukemia in their lifetime. This 31 includes your...

Lessons I learned too late

Lessons I learned too late

Callum T (2022 Alumnus), Contributor November 16, 2022

It feels kind of weird now that I’ve finished up with school, the HSC and all of that, but recently I have found myself with a lot of time on my hands. With said time, I’ve given some thought and reflected...

Are We a Christ-Centred Community?

Are We a Christ-Centred Community?

Robert H (Year 10) November 9, 2022

 William Clarke College is a Christ-centred community, that seeks to develop extraordinary learners with a passion to serve others.   The College’s purpose statement is something we hear again...

Return of the City Mission

Return of the City Mission

Dimitri N (Year 10), Contributor November 2, 2022

The following article contains events that may have been cancelled in the past meaning some students may have missed out on creating exciting memories. Year 12 students are warned to read at their own...

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