An SGM, an election, and Wellbeing Week.

News You Might Have Missed: Week 10

October 13, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

Week 10 is over, and the fluff has started falling. If you’ve been too busy watching lectures at 1.5 speed, here’s the news you might have missed. ANUSA ANUSA held a Special General Meeting to discuss changes to the Standing

A sign saying "denial = [skull]"

ANU Students Join Global Strike for Climate

September 20, 2019 Hayley Hands 0

By Hayley Hands ANU students gathered on the Kambri lawns at 11am today to protest climate inaction. The contingent then marched down Childers St and through Civic to join the main rally in Glebe Park. Members of groups including Extinction

Wamburun Hall

Res Halls to Strike on Open Day

August 28, 2019 Eliza Croft 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

ANUSA Election: Small Ticket Wrap-Up

August 17, 2019 Hayley Hands 0

By Hayley Hands In addition to larger tickets and independents, there are also two smaller tickets putting forward candidates for ANUSA executive and General Representative positions. These tickets are ‘Climate Action for ANUSA’ and ‘VOTE’. VOTE! ‘VOTE!’ is a ticket comprised

Students Walk Out for Climate Rally

August 9, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 1

By Rebecca Zhong ANU students braved the cold weather to take part in a mass walkout at midday today. Students from the University of Canberra also joined the rally in Kambri, which gathered on University Avenue to call for action

The ANU COllege of Law

ANU to Close School of Legal Practice

August 9, 2019 Eliza Croft 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