2018 Pride Party Will Not Offer Tickets to Under 18s

April 30, 2018 Oskah Dunnin 0

UPDATE: Since publication, Matthew Mottola has informed Observer the Queer* Department is “more than happy to refund [an] invalid ticket.” The 2018 Queer* Department’s Pride Party will not allow attendees under the age of 18. Matthew Mottola, ANUSA Queer* Officer, told

News you might have missed: Week 8

April 28, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

Welcome to Week 8! If you’ve lost hours trekking around The Wall, here’s the news you might have missed this week. Coursework The CAP ‘Asian and Pacific Cultural, Media, and Gender’ major was launched this week. The major can be

Copland Access via University Avenue Closes

April 26, 2018 Taz Hudson 0

Access to the Copland building via University Avenue was closed off early today. To access the building, students now have to walk via Kingsley Place, which has been reopened as a walkway. The pathway will reopen in early 2019, when

No ISO Cricket to be Played in 2018

April 23, 2018 Charles Geary 0

Cricket will not be a fixture of the competitive Interhall sport calendar this year, after the Interhall Sports Organisation (ISO) voted for the sport to be played socially, rather than on a competitive basis. Tommy King, current ISO president, emphasized

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News you might have missed: Week 7

April 22, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

Welcome back to Week 7. If you’re lost and still confused about what day it is, here’s the news you might have missed. ANUSA The proposed Bachelor of Western Civilisation degree is once again on the radar, after ANUSA representatives

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Internet Down, Memes Up

April 18, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

ANU experienced a network outage for over two hours this morning, causing significant disruption to classes and university administration. All aspects of the University’s online environment were affected, from Wattle to Resnet to Pop-Up EFTPOS facilities. Some students have expressed