Message from Lachlan Day, ANUSA President
It almost goes without saying that these past few months have been a complete disruption to any sense of normality. I know I am still trying to work out how to spend my days while I balance study and still trying to stay connected to friends and family all minimising my time spent outside of my home. This pandemic will most likely have drastic impacts on how we live our lives in the future, but living through these changes is quite frankly scary and unnerving as this crisis seems to extend.
In saying that, we are starting to see positive signs. The cases are decreasing in the ACT, and people are abiding with social distancing to encouraging results. A large part of this I believe comes down to the strength of the community in the want to get through this together. We have seen amazing grassroots movements in mutual aid groups and selfless community cultures of help. These initiatives have been emblematic of a re-establishing of faith in a sense of togetherness that could not have come at a better time.
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Message from Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
Professor Grady Venville, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) addresses students in this message about using Proctorio in end of semester exams for Semester 1, 2020.
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