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Foundation of Salmond College Scholarships

Thursday 25th March 2021

It is always a pleasure to celebrate with the Foundation of Salmond College and Knox College scholarship winners, and in 2021 there were nine scholarship winners from Salmond. Natasha Leslie, Abbie Harrison, Marissa Whittle and Lexi Hulbert are pictured here. They were acknowledged at this special function, along with Alex Harris-Hart, Anh Ha, Ben Clarke, Keegan Playfair and Keely Jones.

O-Week 2021

Friday 26th February 2021

It has been a big week at Salmond, with 260 residents settling into the College, getting to know one another and have some fun along the way. The weather has co-operated and the college community has been able to enjoy Sports Day, Volunteering at Tomahawk Beach, a Beach day at Brighton, not to mention a number of activities around the Campus.

Here are a few pictures to show the 2021 crew in action, more will follow with a big weekend ahead including inter-floor competition, Garden Party and The formal Welcome Dinner to finish the week.

As Christmas approaches ...

Wednesday 16th December 2020

Christmas see the wreaths come out around Salmond, and the ex-residents out there working and saving for next year's adventures. Ben Porter, Ben Cleaver and Zak Davidson are doing their bit at Leaning Rock Cherries in Alexandra.

Meri Kirihimete

'Sophia Crestani' North Dunedin Cleanup

Friday 16th October 2020

Some of the Salmond Legends, led by RL Jordan Earl, out cleaning up the North Dunedin Streets today in honour of Sophia Crestani. Kate, Jordan, Bianca, Alex, Bryn, Jordan, Monty, Samer, Lewie, Te Rangi (pictured below) and about 15 more Salmond residents staunched it out through the cold to give back to the community. 

Ballin' it at the 'Mond

Friday 11th September 2020

Salmond Ball 2020 - The in-house-one-bubble Ball of a lifetime

5th September 2020 will go down in history as one heck of a special evening at Salmond College. Due to Covid Alert Level 2, the 'Enchanted Garden' Ball could only go ahead in-house at Salmond, with no visitors allowed - a Salmond only event. Sounds  a bit grim. But the reality of a beautiful evening, great work by the Ball Committee who transformed the College, two DJs who rocked - including our very own Harrison Rumney - and top food and drinks from the Food Services team, and a crew in good-spirits. The evidence is in the pictures below which paint a thousand words.

Wow, what a night. enjoy :--)

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The College year in pictures