News You Might Have Missed: Week 4

March 22, 2020 Vienna Daniels 0

By Vienna Daniels  If you spent most of last week working out how to use Zoom, here’s the news you might have missed.  Campus In response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, ANU has made a number of announcements  regarding the

News You Might Have Missed: Week 3

March 15, 2020 Maddy Mcdonald 0

  By Madeleine McDonald If you’ve been too busy stockpiling food and toilet paper, here is the news you might have missed. Campus ANU announced on Friday that all public events and social gatherings will be cancelled until the end

Unilodge to Change Pastoral Care Model for 2020

November 5, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Rebecca Zhong   Unilodge has announced that it will be changing its Student Leadership Model for 2020. The changes will see UniLodge residences move from having a combination of Senior Residents (SRs) and Residential Advisors (RAs) to SRs only,

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

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

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ANU1001: Intro to Campus Life

January 23, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Eliza Croft For those living on-campus, move-in day is in a fortnight. For those living off-campus – at home, in a sharehouse, or in a location not yet determined (thanks Canberra housing market) – O-Week starts in less than

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SA5 Officially Named

October 16, 2018 Adelle Millhouse 2

SA5 has been gifted the name ‘Wamburun’, after the Ngunawal word for Black Cockatoo. The building, which is located on the corner of Clunies Ross Street and Dickson Road, currently houses Bruce residents. Pronounced “WOOM-brun”, the name was gifted to