College Freshers Begin New Life
ARTS students, MISS PATRICIA SMITH (Wagga), and MISS ANNE HAMILTON (Newcastle), who are among 25 freshers at the Women's College. Sydney University, who are settling in this week-end. Here they stand on the traditional university cloisters which lead from the main building of the college to the new wing.
AT Sancta Sophia College senior students, MISS BARBARA WHITE (Newcastle), and MISS PATRICIA STANDISH (Casino), give advice to newcomer MISS PAULINE RILEY (Cowra), while she unpacks. Miss Riley will begin her science course to-morrow. At Right: Freshers, MISS JOCELYN MORRISS (Newcastle), and MISS ELIZABETH MOORE (Dungog), inspect
the new library at The Women's College.
MISS WENDY BURRELL of Griffith (centre) is made to feel at home in
the Common Room of Sancta Sophia College by senior students, MISS DOROTHY CALDWELL (Newcastle), and MISS BARBARA DOUGHERTY (Grafton). Miss Burrell will begin her medical course to-morrow. At Right: Second year medical student MISS PEGGY CHENG PARK KHOO, of Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, settles into her balcony room at The Women's College.
THE Senior Student at the Women's College, MISS ELIZABETH RAL- STON, and the secretary of the House Committee, MISS JANE THOMP- SON, both final year medical students, help science fresher MISS MAXINE BUNTON (Al- bury) with her luggage when she arrived at the
MISS WENDY HYNES
(Killara), first year
arts and social studies student, arranges books on the shelf in the room at The Women's College which she will share during her first year
with another student. After that she will have a room of her own.
MISS HELEN HILL (Canberra), science student, MISS JEANNETTE GOFFET (Newcastle), arts student, MISS JENNIFER BUDD (Mur- willumbah), an arts student, and MISS BEVERLEY RAPHAEL (Casino), medical student, explore the spacious grounds of The Women's College
Country Girls Settle In At Sydney University
IT was settling-in-day, yesterday, for 40 freshers
at The Women's College and Sancta Sophia College, Sydney University. They spent the day unpacking and getting to know each other, before the term begins to-morrow.
The majority of these girls come from the
As freshers they will have certain duties in college including answering telephones, waiting on table at formal dinner, and serving coffee for the guests of the Principal at high table afterwards. To distinguish them as freshers they will wear the side seams of the sleeves of their academic gowns sewn up until they become second year students.
During the vacation, The Women's College has had a face lift and is beginning to show the first results of the College Building Appeal inaugurated
three years ago.