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PhB Arts Program Canned from 2020

September 3, 2018 Skanda Panditharatne 1

By Kida Lin and Skanda Panditharatne The Bachelor of Philosophy – Arts and Social Science (PhB Arts) program will not be accepting enrolments from 2020, with a replacement program currently in development. Current students and those who have already accepted offers

Wifi Issues Hit ANU – Again

August 21, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 1

Major issues with ANU wifi have arisen again. Students have had issues connecting to the ANU-Secure and Resnet wifi networks since Sunday night. ANU IT Services [ITS] are “aware of the issues”, and are working to fix them, Observer was

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“Unique” New Admissions Process Announced

May 30, 2018 Taz Hudson 2

Taz Hudson and Eliza Croft ANU has announced that the admissions process for domestic undergraduate students will change significantly from next year. Students will receive offers based on a combination of their academic results and community involvement, and the top

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ANU to Announce Admissions Changes

May 29, 2018 Taz Hudson 0

Taz Hudson and Eliza Croft ANU will announce an overhaul to the admissions system tomorrow, with changes to admission requirements and the application process. As part of these changes, students will be required to have studied maths and English as

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Internet Down, Memes Up

April 18, 2018 Eliza Croft 1

ANU experienced a network outage for over two hours this morning, causing significant disruption to classes and university administration. All aspects of the University’s online environment were affected, from Wattle to Resnet to Pop-Up EFTPOS facilities. Some students have expressed

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ANU College Provider Under Investigation

March 15, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 0

Study Group Australia, the company responsible for the running of ANU College, has lost their accreditation to provide vocational training. The company is currently under assessment by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, the outcome of which will determine