Janet Clarke Hall
Janet Clarke Hall is a smaller college which offers real friendship and real community.
A leading academic college, offering a supportive and intellectually stimulating environment.
JCH students blend academic success, with a rich cultural, sporting and social life.
Who Are We?
Since 1886 Janet Clarke Hall
has provided a supportive and academically stimulating environment for students at the University of Melbourne. If this is a place where great minds collide, at JCH we do so
in a friendly and open atmosphere in which college life offers encouragement for the challenges of the day. Janet Clarke Hall offers a world-class university experience which equips our students for their studies, and the world beyond.
Janet Clarke Hall presents:
'Twelve Angry Men' by Reginald Rose.
Thursday 25th August, 7.30pm
Friday 26th August, 7.30pm
Saturday 27th August, 7.30pm
(a $1.50 booking fee applies)
Set entirely in a jury room, twelve jurors discuss the case of a young man who has been accused of killing his father. At the outset of the play only one juror believes him to be 'not-guilty'; over the course of this tense production societal prejudices are revealed and explored, as personalities clash in the summer heat.
The College looks forward to welcoming Australian of the Year Lieutenant General David Morrison AO as the guest of honour at our forthcoming Leadership Dinner.
"Few would expect a tough-as-nails Chief of Army to be recognised internationally for his commitment to gender equality, diversity and inclusion. But when former Lieutenant-General David Morrison ordered misbehaving troops to ‘get out’ if they couldn’t accept women as equals, his video went viral and he started a cultural shift that has changed Australia’s armed forces forever." - www.australianoftheyear.org.au
The College looks forward to welcoming former Treasurer the Hon. Peter Costello AC at our forthcoming 'In Conversation' event.
Peter Costello, an Australian former politician and lawyer who served as the Treasurer in the Australian Howard Government from 1996 to 2007, remains the longest-serving Treasurer in Australia's history.
Current Chairman of Nine Entertainment Co., Chairman of the Australian Government Future Fund and managing partner of BKK Partners, Peter Costello also writes a regular column for Fairfax newspapers.