COVID-19: ANU Classes to Move Online

March 17, 2020 Hayley Hands 0

By Declan Milton and Hayley Hands ANU has announced it is preparing for a transition to “full online delivery” of classes in the upcoming week. In an email to staff and students on 17 March, Vice-Chancellor Brian Schmidt stated colleges

News You Might Have Missed: Week 2

March 8, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke If you spent this week focusing on tactics to escape the rain, here’s the news you might have missed. COVID-19 This week the Federal Government’s China travel ban was extended again. It will  now be in place

Diploma of Languages reinstated for 2021

February 28, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The Diploma of Languages program has been reinstated for 2021. The program was cancelled in 2018 as part of the Federal Government’s $2.2 billion cuts to university funding in December 2017. Speaking to Observer, an ANU spokesperson

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News You Might Have Missed: Summer Break

February 16, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The summer break has been a turbulent time for ANU. Before you give your liver a workout this O-Week, get up to date on the news you might have missed. Coronavirus travel ban Australia’s China travel-ban, imposed

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ANU to Close School of Legal Practice

August 9, 2019 Sam Wright 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

Examining the Sem 1 Exam Stuff-Ups

July 3, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Rebecca Zhong Final results are slowly being released over the next 24 hours. The wait may be more anxious for some than for others. A number of courses – from politics to engineering to law – have encountered exam