ANU Officially Has A Men’s Network

April 27, 2017 Skanda Panditharatne 0

Skanda Panditharatne, Eliza Croft, & Michael Turvey The long and controversial saga of the Men’s Network attempting to affiliate as a Club is over. The Clubs Council voted almost unanimously to affiliate, with 5 votes against and 5 abstentions. In

Furore Over ANU Bar Finale

April 11, 2017 Madeleine Birdsey 0

This story contains coarse language and mentions of Queer* discrimination. ANU bar’s final show is being demolished faster than the bar itself, with two bands pulling out after controversial comments made by promoter Canberra Greenroom in response to questions over

Bruce Alumni Withdraw Federal Court Case

April 4, 2017 Michael Turvey 1

Demolition of the Bruce Hall building will continue after a surprise document release led to withdrawal of the case to stop works from the Federal Court. The Bruce Hall Alumni Association (BHAA) made an emergency application to the Court last

Fenner Likely Moving to Union Court

March 26, 2017 Eliza Croft 1

Fenner Hall will likely move to Union Court in 2019, in a new, low-cost building next to Sullivan’s Creek. The ANU appears to have scrapped plans to move Fenner to SA5, the building currently occupied by Bruce, after community backlash,

Fossil Free Challenge Chancellery

March 24, 2017 Eliza Croft 0

Fossil Free ANU held a protest outside the Chancellery yesterday, which Fossil Free spokesperson Bella Himmelreich claimed “locked down” the building. ANU, however, claimed it was a “peaceful protest” and did not acknowledge any security concerns. “The protest this morning

Labor vs Labor in Crucial Union Election

March 23, 2017 Michael Turvey 0

ANU Union elections were held this week – with a twist. Rather than the usual Labor Left vs. Labor Students Club (Labor Right) contest, the two tickets, which released very similar policies, include members of both factions. Sources suggest both

ANUSA Accredits with NUS, but Won’t Pay – Yet.

March 21, 2017 Michael Turvey 2

ANUSA will symbolically support the National Union of Students in 2017, but will not fund the Union until accountability, transparency and conduct conditions are met. Accreditation was passed by a vote of 24 for, 11 against, and 0 abstentions. ANUSA may pay roughly