I never believed in those advertisements or campaigns that always had some cliché slogan of, "Are you strong enough?" or "Can you overcome adversity?"
Challenges and uncertainty have been a daily occurrence in Myanmar for many decades. But recent political movements have created hope for the country’s people.
Take a few minutes with astrophysicist DR PAUL FRANCIS, from the ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
In 1966, Tim Overall started an economics degree. In 1966, Tim Overall’s number was also called.
ANU alumni and high school educators WILL LUTWYCHE, BA ’12, and AMELIA GREEN, LLB ’14, B Asia-Pacific Studies ’14, discover teaching doesn’t always mean referring to text books.
The ANU campus may be green from its many trees but it’s becoming greener through energy conservation.
Undergraduate student RACHAEL STEVENS opens up about her struggles with anorexia and severe depression.
EMERITUS PROFESSOR JOHN WARHURST analyses the chopping and changing of governments at the federal and state levels.
After a job interview in 1999, JO FISCHETTI walked through the ANU Research School of Chemistry's administration area and locked eyes with NEIL BAYLEY, BInfTech '05.
Much media attention is being given to the rising toll of methamphetamine-related harm in Australia, fuelled by the increased availability and use of high purity crystalline methamphetamine (crystal meth or ice).
Natural disasters damage and destroy homes and land vital to people’s livelihoods, as well as killing owners and destroying land records.
Fifty years ago, Ernest Llewellyn had a dream to bring the grand musical conservatories of the US and Europe to Canberra. RICHARD FOX reports on the ever-evolving ANU School of Music.
Australian politics hit a tumultuous patch between 2010 and 2013. As Prime Minister Julia Gillard traversed the pitfalls of a minority government, MICHAEL COONEY, BA (Hons) ’96, MA ’01, was at the heart of the action.
Many millions of people throughout the world have illegally downloaded the fifth season of Game of Thrones. Legally speaking, what they have done is a violation of intellectual property rights, or ‘piracy’. But is it morally wrong?
Vietnam as if… follows five young people who have moved from the countryside to the city.
A quirky 1960s phrase had more of a sinister tone than it suggested, as Australian National Dictionary editor AMANDA LAUGESEN, BA (Hons) ’97, PhD ’01 writes.
The Australian Dictionary of Biography’s DR SAMUEL FURPHY explores the stories of seven nation-shaping public servants.
ANU is now the proud holder of a Guinness World Record. On a chilly evening in August, more than 1,800 people gathered on Fellows Oval to break the world record for the most people stargazing in one place at the same time.
Breaking down the cultural barriers to university has been at the heart of the Tjabal Centre since one man’s passion created it, as AARON WALKER explains.
Bettongs went the way of the dodo in mainland Australia but an ANU-led program has seen them flourish on Canberra’s outskirts, as KATE PRESTT reports.