Diploma of Languages reinstated for 2021

February 28, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The Diploma of Languages program has been reinstated for 2021. The program was cancelled in 2018 as part of the Federal Government’s $2.2 billion cuts to university funding in December 2017. Speaking to Observer, an ANU spokesperson

News you Might Have Missed: O-Week 2020

February 23, 2020 Hayley Hands 0

By Hayley Hands Whether you’ve been busy enjoying O-Week festivities or frantically searching online for PDFs of your assigned textbooks, here’s what you might have missed. ANUSA This week, ANUSA ran a number of O-Week events including campus tours, trivia,

What is ANUSA?

February 22, 2020 Anthony Lotric 0

Based on Observer’s previous explainers on this topic, by Jason Pover, Alisa Asmalovskaya and Michael Turvey. Compiled with updates by Anthony Lotric and Adelle Millhouse. What Does ANUSA Actually Do? ANUSA does a lot for ANU students. Between advocacy, service

O-Week Climate Event Cancelled After Student Outcry

February 21, 2020 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Rebecca Zhong ‘Climate Sessions Vol. 1’, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, was cancelled at the last minute after students objected to the inclusion of a speaker from Sustainable Population Australia (SPA), Jenny Goldie. ‘Climate Sessions Vol. 2’ went ahead as

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News You Might Have Missed: Summer Break

February 16, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The summer break has been a turbulent time for ANU. Before you give your liver a workout this O-Week, get up to date on the news you might have missed. Coronavirus travel ban Australia’s China travel-ban, imposed