Feature Story

Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon: Two Perspectives

Jeremy Castillo One of the greatest pleasures I have enjoyed in my ANU experience is participating in theatre and musicals. Read the rest



ANU Adds GPAs to Transcripts

On Tuesday 21st July Student Administration at the ANU announced grade point averages (GPAs) will now be published on undergraduate and postgraduate academic transcripts. Read the rest



Where to Re-live the 90s in Canberra

Sometimes all you really want is to turn up the volume and sing nineties songs by yourself in your bedroom. Read the rest

Arts & Reviews

Ari Hunt

The Family Life of ANU Art Students

Six visual art students from the ANU have had their works exhibited in a collaborative project entitled Family. Life. Read the rest



The How-To Guide to Politics

Politics is one of the enduringly popular humanities majors for Arts students at the ANU. Yet the way many students go about filling their 7 subjects leaves them largely unqualified and knowledgeable about only a handful of topical global trends. Read the rest

Life & Style


Canberra: The Milkshake Capital?

To the casual observer, Canberra’s weather always seems less than hospitable come the winter months. This was particularly prominent a couple of weeks ago when I found myself caught in the city’s Winterfell-like conditions. Read the rest


Wizards v/s Bucks 03/08/11

Growth of Australian Basketball

“With the 1st pick in the 2005 NBA draft, the Milwaukee Bucks select Andrew Bogut from Australia.” With these words, then NBA commissioner David Stern announced the beginning of a new and exciting era for Australian men’s basketball. Read the rest

Woroni Radio


Presenter Profile: The Lunch Club

Name(s): The Lunch Club – Tim, Brad, Stephen and Callum   Tell us about your show The Lunch Club is a weekly radio program on Woroni Radio proudly tracing its roots back to early 2012. Read the rest

Lily Dolls up at The Basement: Musings about the Sisters Doll Experience

                                    A new glam rock band is likely unheard of in 2014. Read the rest