What characterises the young people that chose to spend a week out of their summer holidays at Australia’s liberal arts college, attending lectures and tutorials as a Campion student would, exploring the sights and sounds of Sydney, and sharing their meals, activities and recreation? They are brave and intelligent, interested in the ideas and beliefs that motivate world events, and attracted to the education in our cultural heritage offered at Campion College. They are the leapers-from-cliffs into the freshwater pools of the Blue Mountains, and the grapplers with the meaning of life in a philosophy lecture. They are creative and full of fun, clever re-interpreters of classic texts into modern contexts as seen in their performances of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar as modern gang conflict, Hamlet as a Star Wars-cum-Australiana masterpiece and the last days of Socrates in Plato’s Phaedo as seen through the lens of the popular TV show Prison Break. They were an absolute pleasure to host and introduce to college life, and are sure to enlighten not only our classrooms in future years but also whatever communities, workplaces and fields of study into which they venture.