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News You Might Have Missed: Week 9

May 12, 2019 Ned De Grandi 0

By Ned De Grandi Hate studying for exams? Waste time productively by catching up on the week’s news. Campus ANU has released a final booking policy for Kambri, allowing student groups to access numerous parts of the precinct for free.

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News You Might Have Missed: Week 5

March 31, 2019 Adelle Millhouse 0

Week 5 has come and gone. If you need a break from studying for your midterms, read up on the news you might have missed this week. ANUSA SRC (Student Representative Council) 2 occured in week 5. The SRC discussed

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ANU Union Elections 2019: Head to Head

March 15, 2019 Jessica Whiting 0

Elections for the Board of the ANU Union will open on Monday. There are currently four vacancies, one of which must be filled by a postgraduate student. Administered by Elections ACT, polling will take place at ANU Sport, and conclude

2019 ANU Observer Office Bearers

October 17, 2018 admin 0

Elections for Observer’s 2019 executive were held at the ANU Observer General Meeting held today. They will serve from December 1st of this year until December 1st of next year.    Elected News Editors for 2019 are: Adelle Millhouse Eliza

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PhB Arts Program Canned from 2020

September 3, 2018 Skanda Panditharatne 0

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

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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 The vote comes after numerous student associations affirmed the motion originally made at Australia’s peak queer* student