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Star Wars: A New Era | Campion Conversations

With the recent Star Wars trilogy wrapping up and the release of The Mandalorian, the franchise seems to be getting a makeover under Disney. This episode of  Campion Conversations takes a frank look at Star Wars under Disney's mantle. What did they get wrong? What...

Campion president instructs youth ministers

"Who is God for you?" This is how Campion President Paul Morrissey addressed the Youth Ministry Masterclass, held at Campion by Catholic Youth Parramatta last month. Dr Morrissey was the keynote speaker at the single-day event, attended by over 40 youth...

Campion to livestream daily Mass

Campion College will be livestreaming daily Mass from today via its Chaplaincy Facebook page. Since Monday's closure of public church services and Campion's decision to move to online classes, the Campion chaplaincy has made the decision to continue its regular daily...

COVID-19: Further update from Campion President

Update from Campion President Paul Morrissey regarding Covid-19 23 March 2020 In consideration of the widespread shutdown of businesses, churches and other institutions announced last night by the government, we have decided to suspend classes for two weeks and move...

Campion update on Coronavirus

Letter from the President regarding Covid-1918 March 2020In light of recent announcements regarding public health and Covid-19, I am writing to inform you of the measures Campion College has taken to date as well as our plans for the coming weeks.Campion College has...

Diagnosing Doctor Who | Campion Conversations

What defines Doctor Who? What has shaped its storytelling? And what has its legacy been upon genre narratives and television at large? Dr Colin Dray and Dr Jeremy Bell discuss the franchise that has spanned more than half a century with over a dozen iterations of the...

Campion tops Australian universities with number 1 BA degree

Campion College’s Bachelor of Arts degree has been rated the first in the country by student satisfaction, according to the latest data. The results, released today by the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), showed a 96.3 per cent...

Was Shakespeare a Catholic? Campion grad gives talk

be Campion graduate and Shakespeare scholar Angela Schumann delivered a compelling and comedic talk on "Shakespeare and Catholicism" in Melbourne last week.    Angela, who is completing a PhD on Shakespeare at Monash University, spoke at Theology at the Pub on Monday...

Campion attracts students from every state and territory in 2020

Campion has recorded its largest number of students living on campus in the college's history, with students coming from every part of the country, from Hobart to Alice Springs. Australia's first Liberal Arts institute now houses more students living on-campus than...

Campion lecturer writes about poet Clive James in Quadrant

Late poet Clive James was a better poetry critic than a poet, according to Stephen McInerney, Campion's senior literature lecturer. Dr McInerney, who is currently working as the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation's Academic Director and Deputy CEO, has written a...

Bishop celebrates Campion matriculation

 Campion College welcomed 41 new students yesterday at its 15th matriculation, which began with Mass celebrated by Bishop of Wilcannia-Forbes, the Most Reverend Columba Macbeth-Green.  President Dr Paul Morrissey welcomed the students and their families, saying the...

Western Civilisation speaks for itself: Spectator Online

Campion president Dr Paul Morrissey has written a strong defence of the study of Western Civilisation in today's Spectator online: There’s been a bit of buzz in the news this week about the Ramsay Centre’s new Bachelor of Arts degrees in Western Civilisation, which...