The Chiron

The Chiron is the Sydney University Veterinary Society’s official quarterly publication, consisting of student articles, artwork, Faculty events, Lizard of the Quarter and puzzles. Its name derives from the story of the centaur named Chiron who was an intelligent, civilised and kind centaur - very different to other uncultured delinquent centaurs that were notorious for being overly indulgent drinkers and carousers that became violent when intoxicated.



The publication was conceived in 2009 by the 96th VetSoc Committee, led by former President Todd Dewberry, with the intention of entertaining students (during lectures) and keeping VetSoc members up to date with what is going within the Faculty and Society in both an intelligent and progressive manner. Despite the short history of The Chiron, it won best regular publication at the 2010 Clubs & Societies Awards.

The Chiron Archives

Please click on images below to access Chiron publications, where applicable






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