A Protest, a Beach Trip, and an Election

News You Might Have Missed: Week 3

March 17, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Surbhi Arora Week 3 is over, which means we’re a quarter of the way through the Semester’s teaching time. If you were too busy panicking over your exam timetable, here’s the news you might have missed. Activism On Friday,

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ANU Union Elections 2019: Head to Head

March 15, 2019 Jessica Whiting 0

Elections for the Board of the ANU Union will open on Monday. There are currently four vacancies, one of which must be filled by a postgraduate student. Administered by Elections ACT, polling will take place at ANU Sport, and conclude

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ANU Students Join School Strike 4 Climate

March 15, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Ned De Grandi Hundreds of students from ANU and the University of Canberra today joined the Canberra School Strike 4 Climate. The strike saw thousands of children and young people protest a perceived lack of government action on climate

News You Might Have Missed: Week 2

March 10, 2019 Adelle Millhouse 0

Whether you went to your first tutes this week, or you’re still trying to work up the energy to head into campus, here’s the news you might have missed. ANUSA, PARSA and Departments PARSA and the ANUSA Women’s Department hosted

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ANU Announces SSAF-Backed Crisis Hotline

March 7, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Sofia Berezin ANU has launched a phone line to support students outside of business hours. Facilitated by University Crisis Line (a Lifeline Direct unit), this new telephone line will help students experiencing difficulties reach out to immediate help after

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Ophel Re-Trial Commences

March 4, 2019 Jessica Whiting 0

Content warning: this article contains discussion of violence and mental illness, and references to terrorist acts. The re-trial of Alex Ophel commenced today, after an earlier trial resulted in a discharged jury. After three weeks and 21 hours of deliberation,

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News You Might Have Missed: Week 1

March 3, 2019 Anthony Lotric 0

By Anthony Lotric Whether your first week was spent diligently getting stuck into your readings, or desperately trying to work out where your class in Kambri is, get up to speed on the news you might have missed. Campus Two

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Grubs Found in Ursies Broccoli – “Again”

March 3, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

Ursula Hall residents have found a little extra protein in some of their vegetables. Grub-like bugs, thought to be maggots, larvae, or caterpillars (depending on who you ask) have been sighted in the dining hall’s broccoli twice in the past