By Andy Yin
A detailed breakdown of the mathematical concepts involved in skateboarding tricks. Read to find out what homotopy means and whether there can only actually be four skateboard tricks (mathematically speaking, that is).
By Alexander Lane
Woroni reported on the discrepancy between ACT Health Regulations and the ANU’s Enhanced Stay at Home Order (ESAHO) system, concluding that the system was “not legally required by ACT Health.”
By Sabrina Tse
An exploration of the 2011 novel The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller, man’s pride and ego, and the 2020 Olympics.
By Ashley Davies
A review of Squid Game, diving into the strengths of the k-drama, its themes of class and wealth inequality, and its relevance for our current times.
By Dan Crane
The hybrid “Grand Graduation” held in February of this year as a celebratory event for the class of 2020 had a few shortcomings, leaving many students and families dissatisfied.
By Sasha Personeni
“In his latest blog post, Vice Chancellor Brian Schmidt announced that graduation ceremonies will return from February 2022”
By Zofia Francis
What does mental health mean, and how is this different to neurodivergence? Zofia Francis shares their process of understanding themselves, explains neurodivergence through three tiers, and highlights the diversity of neurodivergent experiences.
By Aleyn Silva and Sai Campbell
The BIPOC Report was released by the ANU BIPOC Department in September of this year. Read on to see a snapshot of BIPOCcommunities’ response to the report.
By Alexander Lane
Woroni reported on the ANU announcing that it will not mandate vaccination, unless required by the federal or state government.
By Nitya Narasimhan
Written in both Hindi and English, Nitya Narasimham shares their top tips for learning the language and improving you skills.
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