Help for a new editorEdit

Hey @Jabberjaw, I've noticed that you have recently worked on the article about Percival Halse Rogers, who had connections to the University of Sydney which piqued my interest as I am currently working on an article about someone else connected to the Univeristy, [[Sir Peter Nicol Russell]. Are you in a position to help me by providing some feedback on the article via its talk page? I have been working on it since it was a stub and am aiming to get it revised to a C- or B-grade article. I would also be really appreciative if you could help with getting it re-graded as well. Thanks in advance!! Chasseur99 (talk) 10:49, 16 April 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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