News You Might Have Missed: Week 11

October 21, 2018 Kida Lin 0

It’s Week 11 and the Canberra Times has said that “white fluff in the air is a friendly reminder for ANU students to start studying”. So here’s the news you might have missed while busy studying (“studying”?). ANU SA5, the

ANUSA Departments, Explained.

October 15, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

By Adelle Millhouse and Jason Pover The ANUSA Departments are the most important point of advocacy and support for traditionally marginalised communities in ANUSA. As well as providing a community and autonomous space to their members, they meet with the

News You Might Have Missed: Week 10

October 14, 2018 admin 0

By Kida Lin We’ve reached the end of Week 10! If you were too busy running from the magpies, here’s the news you might have missed. ANU The last Pizza with Brian of the year was held on Wednesday. Vice Chancellor

SRC 7 Liveblog

September 25, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

Welcome to the ANU Observer Liveblog for SRC 7! It’s looking to be a quiet one tonight. Neither the President, Eleanor Kay, nor the Vice President, Tess Frances are present. Eleanor’s report is passed in her absence, and she asks

Celeste Sandstrom and Isabel Moss

ANUSA condemns NUS Queer/LGBTI Officer

August 21, 2018 Jason Pover 0

By Jason Pover and Tasneem Hudson The ANUSA SRC has tonight affirmed a vote of no confidence in NUS Queer/LGBTI Co-Officer Jasmine Duff. The vote comes after numerous student associations affirmed the motion originally made at Australia’s peak queer* student

Tanika Sibal

Tanika Sibal Elected Education Officer

August 16, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

Content Warning: This article contains discussion of sexual assault and sexual harassment Refresh ANUSA’s Tanika Sibal has been elected as ANUSA Education Officer for 2019. This leaves Refresh with five of the six Executive positions, and the vast majority of

A student voting

Low Voter Turnout for ANUSA Election

August 16, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

Polls have closed for the 2018 ANUSA election, and results will be announced shortly. However, turnout this year has been significantly lower than last year, potentially due to the lack of competition in the Executive and College Representatives positions. Data