Students working to secure Student Bites program
Three students from the ANU College of Business and Economics are in talks with corporate partners to ensure their free food delivery program, Student Bites, continues operating after they graduate in December.
Call for all students to give their two cents worth about mental health
A new mental health survey aims to represent the views of as many ANU students as possible.
Have you had your say?
The Ed Talk sessions have seen students from all across campus come together to have their say on the future of ANU.
ANU community says goodbye to Brian’s Bus after 26 years
It started out as a six month job, but for the past 26 years Brian Kenyon has been the confidante, personal taxi driver and security chauffer for thousands of students and staff.
2014 last lecture – voting opens
Students are encouraged to choose who they would like to deliver the Last Lecture of the year on campus.
New ANU homepage to go live in November
A new ANU homepage will be released in November this year as part of the ANU Gateway Project.
University partners with Lifeline Bookfairs
The ANU Centre for Continuing Education has formed a new partnership to support Lifeline Canberra’s major fundraising Bookfairs.
Students band together for rural health
More than 50 health students from across the ACT region have battled it out for the crown at the first Inter-Professional Health student night at The Canberra Hospital.
ANU Publication Subsidy Fund
Applications are now open for the ANU Publication Subsidy Fund.
The moon explored at the ANU Mid-Autumn Festival
More than 1,000 people celebrated Chinese culture at the 2014 Mid-Autumn Festival in Union Court.