A play performed in Javanese by ANU language students has attracted more than a quarter of a million viewers.
The ANU School of Music building will undergo a $1 million refurbishment to its reception area.
College of Law graduate Derek Bayley has been awarded an internship the Peter Nygh Hague Conference Internship.
In late 2007, a couple of months after our last HSC exam, one of my best friends punched me. In hindsight, I probably deserved it.
Bridging our growing divide: Inequality in Australia was tabled without fanfare in the Senate by its Community Affairs References Committee.
A new book about former senior military officer and ANU Senior Fellow, Dr. Colonel Reginald Gardner, reveals early days at Fenner Hall
Throughout his career, veteran Californian artist James Turrell has used light to manipulate the viewer's perception of space.
Scientists developing prototype quantum hard drives have improved storage time dramatically, a major step towards a global encrypted network
Good fast bowlers add plenty of spice to the game of cricket but they’re also prone to bowling no-balls.
Studying a PhD at ANU has opened up a world of opportunity for Dr Nematullah Bizhan.
The ANU campus is home to a variety of animals.
Two ANU PhD students have won an IT award for creating a web-based application in just 32 hours, aimed at helping foreign students...
Fifteen ANU students have spent 21 days in Hawaii as part of the ANU Pacific Islands Field School.
The students, from across all seven ANU...
Jessica King always dreamed of becoming a doctor and didn’t let anything get in her way.
The animator behind the University’s holiday video has been overwhelmed by the reaction since its release.
By Will J Grant, Australian National University and Rod Lamberts, Australian National University
The end of the year is nigh and it’s a...
Warmer temperatures and eating outside go hand-in-hand, but picnics can sometimes lead to nasty surprises.
Distinguished ANU Emeritus Professor Peter Drysdale has won the Asia Cosmopolitan Prize for Economics and Social Science.
Arts graduate Charlee-Sue Frail is a Ngemba woman and the first person in her family to graduate from university.
From ratcheting up cybersecurity to fighting obesity, firms voluntarily make pledges to do better than governmental regulation.