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News You Might Have Missed: Summer Break

February 16, 2020 Helena Burke 0

By Helena Burke The summer break has been a turbulent time for ANU. Before you give your liver a workout this O-Week, get up to date on the news you might have missed. Coronavirus travel ban Australia’s China travel-ban, imposed

News You Might Have Missed: Week 8

September 29, 2019 Sam Wright 0

By Sam Wright Campus ANUSA postponed its Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’. The earliest that a new OGM can be held is Week 11 as ANUSA must provide 10 days notice of a new date. The meeting

News You Might Have Missed: Week 7

September 22, 2019 Annemiek Dols 0

By Annemiek Dols If you were too traumatised by swooping magpies to pay attention to what was happening on campus this week, we are here to catch you up. Activism On Friday, students gathered in Kambri to protest inaction on

Campaign Images of the VP candidates

Vice-Presidents, Head to Head

August 20, 2019 Adelle Millhouse 0

By Samuel Wright and Adelle Millhouse Content warning: discussion of sexual assault, sexual harassment Annabelle Nshuti from “Turn Over a New Leaf”, Georga Nonnenmacher from “You!”, and independent Madhumitha Janagaraja are competing for the position of Vice-President this election. Janagaraji’s

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ANUSA Election: Independent Candidate Wrap-Up

August 16, 2019 Sam Wright 0

Content warning: this article contains mention of sexual assault and sexual harassment. By Samuel Wright With the ANUSA election fast approaching, and your workload ramping up, many independent candidates may have slipped under your radar. Following changes to the Electoral

Lennon Wall

Tensions at Hong Kong Solidarity Display

August 2, 2019 Anthony Lotric 1

By Anthony Lotric The tunnel which many students pass through everyday as they enter the Copland Courtyard from Kingsley St has become host to a ‘Lennon Wall’, a political display in support of the pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. Since

SRC 5 Liveblog

SRC 5 Liveblog

July 30, 2019 Eliza Croft 1

Can’t make it to tonight’s Student Representative Council meeting? Can make it, but find yourself zoning out as if it’s an 8am lecture? Follow along with our liveblog! We are also livestreaming to our Facebook page.