Nominations, a rally, and choo choos.

News You Might Have Missed: Mid-Sem Break

April 22, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Eliza Croft and Jessica Whiting The Mid-Semester Teaching Break is at an end! If you’ve been busy writing essays or relaxing (or riding the light rail to Gungahlin and back), here’s the news you might have missed. Campus ANUSA,

The ACT Law Courts

Ophel Found Not Guilty Due to Mental Impairment

March 27, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Jessica Whiting and Eliza Croft Content warning: this article contains discussion and description of violence, mental illness, and serious injuries. Today a jury found Alex Ophel not guilty due to mental impairment on five counts of attempted murder. The

Christchurch Vigil, Election Results, and a 'Soft Launch'

News You Might Have Missed: Week 4

March 24, 2019 Adelle Millhouse 0

By Adelle Millhouse Week 4 has finished, so we’re coming to the pointy end of the term. If you’re keen to procrastinate from doing that assignment, catch up on the news you might have missed. ANUSA The ANUSA Ordinary General

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 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

The ACT Supreme Court

Ophel Re-Trial Commences

March 4, 2019 Jessica Whiting 1

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,