New ANU Reporter launched

From saving rhinos in Vietnam to winning gold at the Commonwealth Games, the new edition of ANU Reporter has stories celebrating the breadth and depth of life at ANU.

Building on significant changes to the magazine this year, the latest edition brings together the voices of ANU staff, students and alumni from the worlds of politics, arts, science and more.

The opinions of come of Australia’s sharpest minds in the In the World section include the perils of popularity after Indonesia’s presidential election, the outbreak of World War One and the inclusion of breast milk as part of the gross domestic product in the global economy. There is also an in-depth discussion about whether ANU should divest from companies in the fossil fuels industry.

Discover an ANU love story that started at O Week, find out about life as a Tuckwell Scholar and go inside the classroom with a quantum science lecturer in the In their Words section.

Our features section takes a look at restoring former musical glories, turning science fiction into fact, the digital renaissance of the world’s oldest opera and steps into the recent Colour Music exhibition.

ANU Reporter has been the University’s flagship magazine for 44 years and joined the digital world this year with a free iPad and Android app.

Each new edition will automatically download to your Newsstand.


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