Kal Miner Andrew Murdoch
A crowd of about 100 students and special guests donned their classiest formal attire and descended on the Palace Hotel for an evening of dancing, fine cuisine and celebration at the WA School of Mines Ball on Friday.
WASM Student Guild president Jonathon Flynn said the annual ball highlighted the school’s healthy social atmosphere and strong focus on student engagement. “I think one of the benefits of WASM is that because we are all
located on campus and most often away from our families, we develop a tight-knit community and it naturally results in a good bunch of people forming close relationships,” he said.
“Our main focus is promoting the opportunities for students to capitalise on their time in Kalgoorlie- Boulder and create networks to secure graduate positions and the ball is a way to relax after a year of hard work.”

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