SRC Votes to Reaccredit with NUS Highlighting ANUSA Divisions

The Student Representative Council voted to reaccredit with the National Union of Students (NUS) on Tuesday night, after a debate which highlighted apparent division in the ANUSA executive. Read the rest

Former US Director of National Intelligence set to Visit ANU in June

The Former Director of National Intelligence in the US, who provided the ‘breaking point’ for Edward Snowden to leak thousands of documents about secret surveillance programs by allegedly lying under oath to Congress, is set to join the ANU for four weeks as a Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor. Read the rest

ANU Graduate Launches Petition Against Revenge Porn

A petition calling on the ACT Legislative Assembly to consider criminalising the distribution of revenge porn has been launched by an ANU graduate student. Read the rest

A Conversation with Leonard Weiss

Photography by Chloe Tredrea Leonard Weiss appears late in the afternoon, a Stravinsky score in hand, with a smile exuding enthusiasm for concerts that won’t take place for months. Read the rest

ANU and The Gods Face Legal Battle

The future of The Gods Café and Bar is in the hands of lawyers, despite the ANU declaring it is working ‘in good faith’ with the owners to secure the popular café’s future. Read the rest

Save the Arts Pushes for Venue Subsidy

Theatre groups are concerned for the future of student productions during the Union Court redevelopment process, even as the ANU has sought to confirm the nature of the new theatre facilities. Read the rest

Johns Students Disciplined for Sexist Chant

A group of first year John XXIII College students was disciplined in O-Week over an incident involving a sexist chant, Woroni can reveal. Read the rest

Lights On, No One Home: Bruce Hall After SA5

Photo: Dillon Vibes At Bruce Hall, the lights are on and no one is home. The Flugelman fountain is still dribbling away as weeds do their best to reclaim the edges, while temporary fencing surrounds the former residential wings of Australia’s first co-educational college in preparation for its demolition. Read the rest