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BurgToga Not Going Ahead in 2020

November 7, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Samuel Wright  The O-Week Toga Party usually hosted by Burgmann College will not be running in 2020. Beck Long, President of the Burgmann Residents’ Association (BRA), cited financial risk as one of the reasons behind the decision. In a

News You Might Have Missed: Week 8

September 29, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Sam Wright Campus ANUSA postponed its Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’. The earliest that a new OGM can be held is Week 11 as ANUSA must provide 10 days notice of a new date. The meeting

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Res Halls to Strike on Open Day

August 28, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Samuel Wright Content warning: this article contains mention of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and institutional betrayal. A number of residential halls will take part in a strike on ANU’s Open Day this Saturday. The strikes are part of a

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Vice-Presidents, Head to Head

August 20, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Samuel Wright and Adelle Millhouse Content warning: discussion of sexual assault, sexual harassment Annabelle Nshuti from “Turn Over a New Leaf”, Georga Nonnenmacher from “You!”, and independent Madhumitha Janagaraja are competing for the position of Vice-President this election. Janagaraji’s

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ANUSA Election: Independent Candidate Wrap-Up

August 16, 2019 Sam Wright 0

Content warning: this article contains mention of sexual assault and sexual harassment. By Samuel Wright With the ANUSA election fast approaching, and your workload ramping up, many independent candidates may have slipped under your radar. Following changes to the Electoral

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News You Might Have Missed: Week 3

August 11, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Samuel Wright and Adelle Millhouse If you are still thawing out from this week’s freezing weather, here’s the news you might have missed. Campus ANU celebrated Pride Week this week. Events included panel discussions in the style of ‘You

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ANU to Close School of Legal Practice

August 9, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Samuel Wright The ANU has announced that the School of Legal Practice (SLP) will be ceasing to offer its vocational programs and will be closing after 48 years of teaching. This change was announced yesterday evening following an independent