ANU Reporter magazine tells the story of ANU: our staff, students, alumni and history. It comes out quarterly and features research and news from across the University. ANU Reporter is available in hard copy or online through our iPad and Android tablet apps.
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Latest edition – Volume 45 No.3
ANU Reporter is the voice of The Australian National University community. In this edition:
In the world brings you the opinions of some of Australia’s sharpest minds on topics of national and international importance, including the fallout from the Indonesian presidential election, the challenges facing the world’s food production and whether the production of breast milk should be included in economic data. You can also find out much more about the ANU divestment situation by clicking here.
In their words brings you the voices of the ANU community: alumni, students, staff, members of the emeritus faculty and friends. In this edition read about the scholarship of a lifetime, Australia’s role as a major regional player, love on ANU campus, saving wild rhinos in Vietnam and a gold medal-winning performance in Glasgow.
In our features section:
- Experience the birth of abstraction at the Colour Music exhibition.
- Discover the millions of national treasures in the ANU Archives.
- Explore how ANU brought one of the world’s oldest operas into the 21st century
- Find out about some fascinating science breakthroughs: from cancer cell research to sci-fi style tractor beams
- Hear and see the beauty of the ANU School of Music’s historical instruments collection.
And, one last word brings you the latest “Life sentences” looking at the stories behind Indigenous soldiers in the First World War and “Word watch”, which tackles the term ‘ten pound Pom’.
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Get in touch with us if you have a great story to tell or something you are passionate about that you’d like to share. There are lots of spots where we can publish your story. So get creative and tell us your ideas.
Content for the magazine is decided by an editorial committee, including the Director of Strategic Communications and Public Affairs, the magazine’s editor and its regular production team.
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