Established in 1950, Woroni is the official ANU student newspaper. A newspaper for the university’s staff and students, Woroni covers university news and events, as well featuring in-depth analysis of local and federal political issues and higher education policy, sport, arts reviews, and cultural discussion.
As a student-run organisation, Woroni provides a formative environment for staff-writers, and undergraduate and postgraduate ANU students are encouraged to apply. Additionally, written contributions are welcomed from ANU’s professional and academic staff.
Since Woroni is freely distributed fortnightly across the ANU campus and the local Canberra area, the newspaper also presents a good opportunity for local organisations to advertise to a diverse, literate population, largely uncatered for by mainstream media.
Woroni also began its own weekly internet broacasting radio station in 2012.
Board of Editors
Bronte McHenry | Editor-In-Chief
Finn Pedersen | Deputy Editor-In-Chief
Kat Carrington | Managing Editor
Lauretta Flack | Content Editor
Alex Joske | News Editor
Kanika Kirpalani | Television Director
Joanne Leong | Creative Director
Oscar Jolly | Radio Editor
Brendan Greenwood | Bookkeeper
Arun Murali | Administrative Assistant
Loretta Lackner | Distributor