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

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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

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ANUSA Candidates to Spend Hundreds Campaigning

August 14, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

Candidates for the ANUSA elections have submitted the first two rounds of financial statements detailing their campaign spending. The statements show that Reform ANUSA is receiving funding from the Liberal Club, Refresh ANUSA’s uncontested candidates have contributed hundreds of dollars

The candidates wearing branded shirts

Reform ANUSA Launches, Promises NUS Referendum

August 2, 2018 Eliza Croft 0

Eliza Croft and Jason Pover “Reform ANUSA” launched today on a platform of improved campus parking, an NUS referendum, and rural and regional student outreach. The ticket, which is running only General Representative and NUS Delegate candidates, has been put

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ANUSA, Explained – Part 1 (Services)

July 18, 2018 Jason Pover 0

Alisa Asmolovskaya, Catherine Moggach, and Jason Pover The ANU Student Association (ANUSA) Elections are coming up and you’ll be voting for your representatives this term. That’s why Observer is publishing this three-part ANUSA explainer over the next three weeks before

2018 Pride Party Will Not Offer Tickets to Under 18s

April 30, 2018 Oskah Dunnin 0

UPDATE: Since publication, Matthew Mottola has informed Observer the Queer* Department is “more than happy to refund [an] invalid ticket.” The 2018 Queer* Department’s Pride Party will not allow attendees under the age of 18. Matthew Mottola, ANUSA Queer* Officer, told