The Voice of ANU Students Since 1950
ANU Student Media and its platforms are funded and governed, managed and created by ANU students, for ANU students. Editors who are elected by members of the Association (all ANU students) serve 12-month terms on the Board, while sub-editors, who are appointed by editors, hold their positions for a semester. All ANU students – undergraduate and postgraduate – are eligible and invited to get involved.
The management team is overseen by Matthew J. Box, Phoebe Denham, and Charlie Crawford. They work to create partnerships with other businesses, organise advertising across the ANU Student Media’s platforms, undertake market research and strategic planning, maintain social media platforms and manage the ANUSM website.
The content team is overseen by Claudia Hunt. They source and edit content for the Woroni magazine, both in print and online. The team can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The news team is overseen by Raida Chowdhury. Woroni News covers any issue that affects students. This ranges from changes to ANU policy to how federal politics impacts students, to issues on campus like hazing and discrimination. The team focuses on covering current events as they happen, as well producing investigative pieces that brings issues to light and informs the student public. The team works both in print and in online, and has a radio show on Tuesdays, at 3:30pm. They are contactable at email@example.com
The art team is overseen by Jasmin Small. They source artwork and illustrations for the Woroni magazine, produce graphics for all ANU Student Media’s platforms. They are contactable through firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TV team is overseen by Arabella Ritchie. They produce engaging and informing video content on a regular basis that focuses on ANU and the local Canberra area. They are contactable at email@example.com.
The radio team is overseen by George Hogg. They manage the Woroni Radio station by producing audio content and podcasts, ensuring high sound quality, creating 24-hour music playlists, liaising with the shows, offering Woroni Radio‘s service at external events and supervising the live broadcast on weeknights. They are contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org.