Ophel Trial Begins

September 17, 2018 Jessica Whiting 0

Jason Pover, Taz Hudson and Jessica Whiting CW: Disturbing Violence, Sexual Assault, References to Terrorist Acts, Mental Illness. The trial of Alex Ophel, who allegedly attacked students and a staff member in a tutorial with a baseball bat in August

Joke Ticket Round-Up

August 16, 2018 Jessica Whiting 0

Even though no joke tickets will appear on your online ballot this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the memes. Observer has compiled a round-up of 2018’s most prominent ANUSA election Facebook pages. The Hon Charles Smith MLC for

still unrepresentative swill

Senate Passes Bill to Lower HECS Repayment Threshold

August 14, 2018 Jessica Whiting 0

The Turnbull Government successfully swayed crossbench votes in the Senate to secure a decrease in the HECS repayment threshold. After being first introduced to House of Representatives in February, the ‘Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment (Student Loan Sustainability) Bill 2018’

CAP Reps, Head to Head

August 11, 2018 Jessica Whiting 0

Jason Pover and Jessica Whiting In this year’s ANUSA elections, the only contested race amongst the college representative positions are for the College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP). Refresh ANUSA, whose candidates have taken out all the other College

ANU Extends 1st Year Guarantee to Postgrads

July 27, 2018 Jessica Whiting 0

Eliza Croft and Jessica Whiting ANU has announced that it will guarantee accommodation to first-year postgraduate students from 2021. The Postgraduate and Research Students’ Association (PARSA) has been pushing for the change in a number of campaigns this year. PARSA