Topic: bbwinter2015

  1. Text Nathaniel Tamwoy

    September 22, 2015 Nathaniel Tamwoy shares his story

    On the 9th of September 2015, the University of Sydney had the honour of hosting the Making Tomorrow Forum. One of the speakers, current year 12 student Nathaniel Tamwoy, kindly shared his story with us. 

  2. Text Pride And Joy

    July 31, 2015 ‘Pride And Joy’ At Winter Program

    Students at the Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program visited faculties on Monday, July 6 to get a sense of university life. Max chose music and was invited to record a major work with students from the Sydney Conservatorium Of Music. His song choice was in the blues style, Pride And Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Max attended […]

  3. Text Wessley and Andrea

    July 17, 2015 Wessley And Andrea Talk About The Winter Program

    Wessley and Andrea reflect on their experiences at the Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program. They sat down for a conversation after the speed networking dinner last Thursday night, where participants got to speak one-on-one with Sydney University staff and students, rotating every three minutes. Deputy Vice-Chancellor Shane Houston then presented graduation certificates to all 29 Winter Program students. […]

  4. Text STC Winter Program II

    July 14, 2015 Behind The Curtain At Sydney Theatre Company

    Three students were taken on a tour of the Sydney Theatre Company as part of Faculty Day for the Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program. The location is quite extraordinary. Placed right near the Sydney Harbour Bridge at Walsh Bay, their sets are designed and built in cavernous warehouse spaces that used to be loading docks for […]

  5. Text Never Tear Us Apart

    July 8, 2015 ‘Never Tear Us Apart’ At Winter Program

    Students at the Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program visited faculties on Monday to get a sense of university life. Kasey-Faith chose music and was invited to record a major work with students from the Sydney Conservatorium Of Music. The session was full of laughter and good spirits in the Old Darlington School, a stone cathedral with […]