June 15, 2015 By Michelle LeeAn ANU Professor, who wishes to remain anonymous, has expressed their worry to Woroni that the university may appoint a Vice Chancellor who does not maintain the scholarly integrity of the ANU. “I hope that they resist the urge of following the trend in Australia and England of appointing a professional manager to run the university.”
June 29, 2015 By Matthew LordEarlier this year, UniLodge ran an accommodation-wide promotion that randomly awarded a lucky resident with a $5000 travel grant. Read the rest
Arts & Reviews
June 4, 2015 By Anna MacdonaldThe lighting design of this production is something that stood out immensely. Virtually every number had its own sequence of delightfully vibrant flashes and flares.
May 27, 2015 By June MaIndeed, studies have shown a relationship between the research ability of a university leader and the later performance of that university. So if we care about the future value of our degrees, we should be engaged in the process of appointing our new VC.
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Life & Style
May 20, 2015 By Nick HallWinter is coming. The cold is upon us. This means but one thing. Trackies. Yep, trackie-dacks, sweatpants, jogger bums, tragic trousers, exercise pants, sweats… whatever you call them; they are starting their slow annual takeover of campus. Read the rest
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