The struggles of the 2019 ‘Women’s Revue’ production ‘Girl, Uninterrupted,’ has placed further concerns over Kambri’s ability to facilitate student-run productions.
Butterfield asked the audience to “imagine the joy of people when they heard the Jews were sent to the gas chambers”. Further remarking “if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the oven.”
What progress has been made towards greater Indigenous inclusion at the ANU?
Recently released Kambri hire prices have initiated debate surrounding students’ right to access affordable on-campus venues. However, amidst these controversies, a darker shadow lies over the accountability of the ANU student representative body.
The Environmental Collective convened a forum today, 24 April, to discuss the draft booking fees policy, which were revealed by Woroni earlier this month.