Arguably the best thing about our OGA is our sense of ongoing connection to one another and the school. And our Reunions!
Sarah Joyce (1999) was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to explore how health systems can innovate to reduce their environmental footprint.
I write this letter to you to say thank you to you, Catherine McAuley! We are so grateful to you for what we know as Mercy today. Without your opening of the House of Mercy in Dublin in September 1827, we may not exist as a thriving school community, for educating girls in the Mercy tradition which opened in 1938.
Growing up on a farm, Science surrounded me as a little girl. From calves being born to our pet kangaroo, to planting vegetables, understanding the importance of the weather, firebreaks or dung beetles, the processes of preserving fruit and jams and the benefits of fixing or modifying what you have, rather than buying new.
Our Biennial General Meeting was held last week and two new members were appointed to the committee. Welcome to Fleur Dias and Mary-Anne Romano.