Jarrah Aguera is the Editor of ANU Reporter and Digital Communications Manager at ANU.



Ashes under foot and heavens above: remembering Canberra’s 2003 bushfire disaster

Twenty years on from the Canberra firestorm that devastated the ACT and ANU Mount Stromlo Observatory, Nobel Prize-winning…

18 January 2023


Behind the seams: the uncomfortable truth about fast fashion

Modern slavery is a stubborn business model in fashion manufacturing and it will take more than the law…

1 November 2022


Let Canberra’s pride be scholarship: the Queen and ANU

Today, The Australian National University (ANU) joins the world in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth…

9 September 2022


Tree scarring is our signature in the land

Paul Girrawah House rests his palm on the silver-grey bark and speaks in language. House, a Ngambri and…

27 May 2022


A clash of brooches and swords: is it ethical to gender a skeleton?

The real story of a person’s identity can remain untold if archaeologists are blinkered by binary thinking and…

14 December 2021


The positive power of culture on First Nations health

We have a mistaken perception in Australia that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander causes poor health. It’s…

11 November 2020

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