ANU Reporter

ANU Reporter magazine is the voice of The Australian National University community. It tells the story of ANU: our staff, students, alumni and history. The quarterly publication includes in-depth research features, news from across the University and a look at what makes our community tick.

ANU Reporter is available in print, online or through our free iPad and Android app.

Available for free on Android devices & iPads

The free ANU Reporter app allows you to seamlessly watch our videos without leaving the magazine and gives you exclusive content that is only available in our digital editions.

Each new edition will automatically download to your Newsstand.

Don’t have an iPad or an Android device?

Subscribe to receive the next hard copy edition of ANU Reporter.


Read full articles from our app online

You can find a selection of articles from ANU Reporter in full online.

Read about the University's fossil fuel divestment decision, how ANU brought the world's oldest opera into the 21st century and more by clicking here.


Got a story to tell?

ANU Reporter isn’t just a magazine for us to tell you what we think you want to hear. It is a place for you to tell us what you want to say. ANU Reporter doesn’t work without you.

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.


Finding ANU Reporter on campus

A limited number of copies of each edition of ANU Reporter are available from selected locations across ANU.

They are: Union Court, ANUSA student space, The Gods@Hedley Bull, Chats Cafe, Biginelli cafes in the ANU School of Music and the ANU College of Business and Economics buildings, Ivy Lake View Cafe, the John Curtin School of Medical Research and Cafe Peppercorn.


The editor

Richard Fox
02 6125 4171