Livestreaming banned

ANUSA Bans Livestreaming for SRC 1

February 27, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

The ANU Students’ Association (ANUSA) has prevented media from livestreaming its first Student Representative Council (SRC) meeting of the year. When Observer asked to livestream, General Secretary Eden Lim ruled this was not allowed, citing unspecified safety concerns. In 2017,

Flooding Forces Closures on Campus

February 25, 2018 Skanda Panditharatne 1

BREAKING: ANU will be closed on Monday 26 February due to the effects of the flooding. Heavy rains today caused flooding around campus, and the temporary closure of Chifley Library. The Bureau of Meteorology estimated there had been over 50mm

Rents Raised for Residences in 2018

February 22, 2018 Adeline Tinessea 0

Students at ANU operated Halls of Residence will face fee increases and colleges in 2018. The price hikes vary significantly, from a 2.24% increase for residents of Burton and Garran Hall, to a 14.17% increase for Bruce’s self-catered residents, due

Who Runs ANU? University Council, Explained

February 19, 2018 Michael Turvey 3

If you’re like most students, the question, “Who runs ANU?” likely summons an image of Brian Schmidt sitting on the Iron Throne madly laughing while he signs orders to knock down residences, schedule weekend exams, and award himself more Nobel

Market Day Cut Short Due to “Extreme Conditions”

February 14, 2018 Jason Pover 0

ANUSA today ended Market Day early, citing “safety concerns” and “extreme conditions” in the face of high winds. According to eyewitness reports, students were hit by falling marquees, with at least one student reportedly injured. At around 2:15pm, volunteers from