ANUSA Election: Small Ticket Wrap-Up

August 17, 2019 Hayley Hands 0

By Hayley Hands In addition to larger tickets and independents, there are also two smaller tickets putting forward candidates for ANUSA executive and General Representative positions. These tickets are ‘Climate Action for ANUSA’ and ‘VOTE’. VOTE! ‘VOTE!’ is a ticket comprised

Students Walk Out for Climate Rally

August 9, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 1

By Rebecca Zhong ANU students braved the cold weather to take part in a mass walkout at midday today. Students from the University of Canberra also joined the rally in Kambri, which gathered on University Avenue to call for action

Julie Bishop to be ANU Chancellor

August 4, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Rebecca Zhong The University announced the appointment of Julie Bishop to the role of Chancellor on Thursday. She will be taking over the position in 2020, after Gareth Evans’ term comes to an end this year. Bishop, who is

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

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Beyond Burgmann: New Accommodation to Open in 2021

June 27, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Eliza Croft Work has commenced on clearing land for a new student accommodation complex, currently named Student Accommodation 8 (SA8). The accommodation will be next to Burgmann College and house approximately 900 undergraduate and postgraduate students. SA8 will be

News You Might Have Missed: Week 10

May 19, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Rebecca Zhong The federal election has come and gone, and the end of Semester is drawing closer.  If you’ve been too busy watching Antony Green, here’s the news you might have missed. Campus Four study rooms on Level 3