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,

ANUSA OGM Makes Quorum

October 27, 2019 Rebecca Zhong 0

By Hayley Hands   After two attempts to hold an OGM this year, ANUSA’s meeting last Thursday met the quorum of 40 allowing it to be held. The 2020 provisional budget was presented, along with the final reports for this

A sign saying "denial = [skull]"

ANU Students Join Global Strike for Climate

September 20, 2019 Hayley Hands 0

By Hayley Hands ANU students gathered on the Kambri lawns at 11am today to protest climate inaction. The contingent then marched down Childers St and through Civic to join the main rally in Glebe Park. Members of groups including Extinction

Cancelled meetings, PARSA Elections, and National Science Week.

News You Might Have Missed: Week 4

August 19, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Eliza Croft Week 4 was so hectic that Observer didn’t even get the catch-up out on time. If you’ve been similarly swept off your feet, here’s the news you might have missed. ANUSA The full list of nominations for

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

NAIDOC Week, a new Chancellor, and the AHRC Report Anniversary.

News You Might Have Missed: Week 2

August 4, 2019 Eliza Croft 0

By Hayley Hands It’s the end of Week 2. If you’ve been too caught up in readings and tutes to catch the goss, here’s what you might have missed. ANUSA and PARSA On Saturday, PARSA held its annual ‘Big Day’