I have been wearing lipstick and dresses since I could walk. That’s not a confession. That’s just the way it is.
In 2008, Prime Minister KEVIN RUDD, BA (Asian Studies) (Hons) '81 made a ground-breaking formal apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples.
A quick chat with ANU Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Applied Statistics senior lecturer DR ADAM BUTT, MHE ’13, GradCertHE ’13, PhD ’11.
It may have taken more than 50 years to happen but love is certainly in the air for PAMELA BURTON, BA ’68, LLB ’70, LLM ’76, and KEN MACKAY, BA ’67, as they write here.
ANU students are the fuel that will drive the Federal Government’s Ideas Boom, according to DR SHAYNE FLINT, PhD ’06.
Installing solar energy systems into rural Cambodian homes has brought hope and economic opportunities for locals, as REBECCA WATTS writes.
The repatriation of the remains of a Japanese prisoner of war from Australia is a significant step in the country’s relationship with its war past, writes KEIKO TAMURA.
From full stadiums to Parliament House, PETER GARRETT AM, BA ’76 has always lived life with power and passion.
It was a bold decision to travel from the US to Canberra in the late 1970s but Paul Sanberg was attracted Down Under for one thing.
Starting a new university, job or even sports class can bring up some interesting situations. Here’s some that the ANU community has experienced.
Telling a personal story through art can be testing for some but Ari Hunt found it relatively easy.
Calling all budding photographers. The first annual ANU Reporter Photography Awards needs you.
In 2011 a chain of peaceful protests in Syria escalated into an ongoing civil war. The unrelenting violence has led to the deaths of more than 100,000 Syrians and millions of Syrian refugees have fled their homes.
Higher education is front and centre in the debate over the Federal Government’s budget. The Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, has outlined a reform agenda which is probably the most significant in the history of higher education in Australia.
If you think vitamin tablets are just as good as real thing, think again. TEGAN DOLSTRA reports.
PhD candidate BRENTON CLARK explores the chequered history, the ancient culture and the budding tourism industry of the little-known country of Tajikistan.
Affectionately known to each other as Bish and Duff, Danny Bishop and Chris Duffield, have come a long way since their first days together at ANU.
Everyone has one ANU lesson that will always stick with them. Here’s what some of our graduates and students had to say.
The oil-rich Gulf region is in the throes of some major geostrategic power shifts, unseen since the Iranian revolution of 1978/79 that resulted in the transformation of Iran from a pro-Western monarchy to an Islamic republic, with an anti-American posture.
When it comes to punishing those who reveal state secrets, democratic governments are stretching the definition of 'national security' to mean whatever they want it to mean, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.
When I tell people that I am an historian and that my speciality is the Gallipoli campaign, I am often asked: “How can you possibly write something new about something that is already the subject of hundreds of books?”