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Campion academics discuss Great Books of the West

Campion academics discuss Great Books of the West

Two of Campion's current academics recently sat down with the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation for a video series called 'The Great Books of the Western Canon'. Hosted by Campion's former...

Debating kicks off at Campion again

Debating kicks off at Campion again

Last Thursday we had a fiery debate to kick start debating back on campus! The debate was was a joint event between the Campion Debating and Generation Liberty societies, the latter aiming to...

Campion makes enrolling easy for 2021

Campion makes enrolling easy for 2021

There has never been a better time to enrol at Australia’s leading liberal arts institute, Campion College. Not only do new students have the opportunity to receive a $5000 scholarship for enrolling...

Campion hosts Career Night with Alumni

Campion hosts Career Night with Alumni

On Wednesday 19th August, Campion College held its first Career Night with Alumni for 2020. While students and staff gathered in the St Edmund Campion Building Lecture Theatre, alumni presenters...

Winter 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Winter 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

The Winter 2020 edition of Campion's quarterly newsletter, Campion's Brag, is now available to read online. In this edition, read about our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship for 2021, a defence of...

Why the Humanities Matter – by a Campion alum

Why the Humanities Matter – by a Campion alum

Campion alumna Anna Hitchings has written a strong defence of the study of the humanities and the arts for Catholic Voice, the Canberra-Goulburn Archdiocese's newspaper. In it she explains how her...

Four Campion students featured in news

Four Campion students featured in news

Four of Campion's current and former students made headlines this week, with articles appearing in three publications. On Sunday, the Spectator magazine published an article by alumna Fenelle...

Hope in a time of pandemic

Hope in a time of pandemic

Campion president Dr Paul Morrissey has written an uplifting peace on maintaining hope during the Coronavirus lockdown in the latest edition of The Catholic Weekly: Hope is indeed a good thing and...

Autumn 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Autumn 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

The Autumn 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag is now available. This edition features a message from our president about the changes to the college in view of COVID-19, an article on our Bachelor of...

2019 Noreen Mavis Daley Poetry Prize Winner Announced

2019 Noreen Mavis Daley Poetry Prize Winner Announced

The Noreen Mavis Daley Poetry Prize was endowed by the late Royston Porthouse in memory of his mother. The prize is open to all students currently enrolled in a Campion program of study. Entrants...

Campion president instructs youth ministers

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...

Campion to livestream daily Mass

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...

COVID-19: Further update from Campion President

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...

Campion update on Coronavirus

Campion update on Coronavirus

Letter from the President regarding COVID-1918 March 2020 In light of recent announcements regarding public health and COVID-19, I am writing to inform you of the measures Campion College has taken...

Was Shakespeare a Catholic? Campion grad gives talk

Was Shakespeare a Catholic? Campion grad gives talk

Angela Schumann speaking at Campion's Shakespeare & Popular Culture Conference in 2019.   Campion graduate and Shakespeare scholar Angela Schumann delivered a compelling and comedic talk on...

Bishop celebrates Campion matriculation

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...

Campion graduate featured in The Record

Campion graduate featured in The Record

Campion graduate Francesca McGinnity was recently featured in The Record, the official publication of the Archdiocese of Perth. In the article, she discusses how the opportunity to study philosophy...

Summer 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Summer 2020 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

In the latest edition of Campion's Brag, we look back at our 2019 Graduation Ceremony, meet our new Student Life/Alumni Relations Officer and CCSA Executive, reflect on Summer Program and announce...

Campion’s Grad Cert featured on CathNews

Campion’s Grad Cert featured on CathNews

Campion's new online Grad Cert in Religious Education (Primary) was featured today on CathNews! We're very excited about our first post-graduate course, developed with the expertise of Professor...

Study reveals long-term ROI of liberal arts education

Study reveals long-term ROI of liberal arts education

While many high school graduates focus on the short-term return on investment (ROI) of tertiary vocational studies, a recent study has found that liberal arts degrees offer substantially higher ROI...

Campion pays tribute to Sir Roger Scruton

Campion pays tribute to Sir Roger Scruton

Dr Paul Morrissey and Campion College express their condolences to the friends and family of the great philosopher Sir Roger Scruton, who passed away yesterday.    Campion was fortunate enough to...

Religious freedom bill to test our national identity

Religious freedom bill to test our national identity

Campion's history lecturer Dr Stephen Chavura has written an article in today's Australian about the much-discussed religious discrimination bill which is in the process of being finalised: No one...

Campion celebrates its 12th graduation

Campion celebrates its 12th graduation

Campion's 12th graduating class received their undergraduate degrees on Wednesday 11 December during a ceremony at St Patrick's Cathedral in Parramatta. The day began with a breakfast on campus for...

Talking Tolkien | Campion Conversations

Talking Tolkien | Campion Conversations

Literature lecturer Dr Colin Dray and classics lecturer Thomas Flynn discuss some lesser-known works by the father of modern fantasy, J.R.R. Tolkien.

Dr Jeremy Bell: Is environmental sin possible?

Dr Jeremy Bell: Is environmental sin possible?

Dr Jeremy Bell, who lectures in philosophy, theology and history at Campion, has written an op-ed in this week's Catholic Weekly in response to Pope Francis's suggestion of adding ecological sins to...

Liberal arts set to boom in 2020?

Liberal arts set to boom in 2020?

An article in US online magazine Inc. posits that liberal arts degrees are set to rise significantly in 2020 according to expert research: With "software eating the world" and just about every...

Academic year wraps up at Campion

Academic year wraps up at Campion

Another academic year has come to an end as Campion celebrated its annual Reveillon dinner and award ceremony last week.Awards for the Frank Sheed Public Speaking Competition were handed out as...

Friend of Campion Fr Paul Stenhouse passes away

Friend of Campion Fr Paul Stenhouse passes away

Dr Paul Morrissey and Campion College Australia wish to express their sadness at the passing of Campion friend and supporter Fr Paul Stenhouse on Tuesday. Fr Paul had long been battling with cancer...

Liberal arts feature pinpoints Campion

Liberal arts feature pinpoints Campion

The Aurora Magazine has featured Campion College in an article about the liberal arts in this month's issue.The article, by Darrell Croker, explores the origins of liberal arts colleges in the...

Campion student featured in newspaper

Campion student featured in newspaper

The Southern Cross newspaper has featured Campion incumbent graduate Rainier Juanta on his decision to leave Adelaide to study at Campion.Campion a good move for Adelaide youthNEWSFollowing in the...

Spring 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Spring 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Campion College Australia's latest issue of Campion's Brag has been released. The spring edition includes write-ups of the Campion Women's Lunch, the Annual Ball, the Frank Sheed Public Debating...

Chesterton Conference tackles economics

Chesterton Conference tackles economics

Campion College has once again hosted the annual conference of the Australian Chesterton Society, which this year was held on Saturday October 19, and attracted more than 60 participants from...

Inaugural Shakespeare Conference a hit

Inaugural Shakespeare Conference a hit

Some of Australia's most prominent Shakespearean scholars descended on Campion College over the weekend to deliver papers on the world's greatest playwright at the Shakespeare and Popular Culture...

Winners of Public Speaking Competition for 2019

Winners of Public Speaking Competition for 2019

The quality at the Frank Sheed Public Speaking Competition this week was possibly the highest it has ever been, according to adjudicator Dr Jeremy Bell.Students picked one of three topical subjects...

See photos from Campion Ball

See photos from Campion Ball

The 2019 Campion College Ball was another hit. The Campion College Student Association spent all week preparing the grounds to look like a secret or enchanted garden - this year's theme. Fairy...

Students stun at last talent night of the year

Students stun at last talent night of the year

Campion's last talent night of the year featured an impressive and entertaining array of different acts of music, theatre, recitation and dance. The performances were many and varied, with satirical...

Two new students matriculate into Campion

Two new students matriculate into Campion

Two new students were matriculated into the Campion student body at last week's formal hall dinner. Naomi McClarty and Julie Georges received their academic gowns and signed the College...

Vale Tim Fischer

Vale Tim Fischer

  Campion College expresses its regret over hearing the news of Tim Fischer's death today. Mr Fischer, 73, passed away last night following a long battle with cancer. The former Ambassador to the...

Senator heads Campion’s Women’s Lunch

Senator heads Campion’s Women’s Lunch

Campion College opened its doors to welcome 80 women for the Campion Women’s lunch.  The aim of the lunch was to celebrate the achievements of Campion College, and acknowledge those women who are...

Winter 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Winter 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Campion College Australia's latest issue of Campion's Brag has been released. Inside this edition: Author Rod Dreher's Australian tour Campion's Appeal Dinner Reflections on Winter Program And more!...

Rod Dreher Tour a success

Rod Dreher Tour a success

Bestselling author Rod Dreher spent a week down under to discuss his book The Benedict Option, and address the unique plight Christians find themselves in. Hundreds of people turned up to hear him...

Livy-ing it up | Campion Conversations

Livy-ing it up | Campion Conversations

Classics lecturer recommend the best of Livy’s works for those interested in learning more about classical literature and the Liberal Arts.

Rod Dreher Meets Students

Rod Dreher Meets Students

Bestselling author Rod Dreher arrived in Australia this week ahead of his speaking tour. He visited Campion yesterday to see the college and meet its students. Mr Dreher joined the students at lunch...

Autumn 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Autumn 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Campion College Australia's latest issue of Campion's Brag has been released. Inside this edition: Shaun Hyatt interviews Dr Paul Morrissey, President of Campion New students matriculate into...

Remembering Les Murray

Remembering Les Murray

Les Murray is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest poets. A longtime friend and supporter of Campion College, Mr Murray was dubbed our ‘Poet Laureate’ after his visit to the college in August...

Campion College degree rated Australia’s #1 BA

Campion College degree rated Australia’s #1 BA

  Campion College Australia boasts the most highly-rated Bachelor of Arts degree in the country by student satisfaction, according to the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and teaching...

Beware the choke tackle of Diversity Inc

Beware the choke tackle of Diversity Inc

By Stephen Chavura In the seminal textbook of liberalism, On Liberty (1859), John Stuart Mill depicted a Victorian England full of prudishness and prejudice, describing social convention, rather...

30 Students Matriculate at Campion

30 Students Matriculate at Campion

This week, Campion College welcomed 30 new students. The cohort for 2019 was matriculated into the college, receiving their academic gowns and signing Campion's Matriculation Book as part of the...

Summer 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Summer 2019 edition of Campion’s Brag now online

Campion College Australia's latest issue of Campion's Brag has been released. Inside this edition: Dyson Heydon, a former High Court Judge, speaks at Campion Graduation Graduation - 2018 CCSA...