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Montana Coombes | 20 Jul 2018

Science at the Snowies

If you’re studying at the ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society, why should you take a field trip to Australia’s snow sports hotspot, the Snowy Mountains

Abigail Slater | 2 Jul 2018

From Bruce to Biotech - Internship in Taipei

Welcome to Taipei; a thriving hub of incredible food, culture and opportunity that I have been fortunate to call home since last September.

Hillary Dinning | 20 Jun 2018

Under observation: a medical student’s photo diary

I’m currently on a year-long rural placement on the beautiful NSW South Coast as part of my medicine degree – and absolutely loving it!

Jonah Lafferty | 12 Jun 2018

The birds of ANU campus

You might think that you need to head bush to see Australia’s best birdlife but you can find them amidst the labs and lecture theatres on ANU campus.

Brody Hannan | 11 May 2018

How reaching out can help you make the most of uni

Brody Hannan is a fourth-year Bachelor of Science student. Here he shares some of his tips for making the most of the opportunities available at ANU.

Georgia Eccles | 22 Nov 2017

Rubbing shoulders with world leaders at APEC

Georgia put her global health and development knowledge to the test as a youth delegate at the APEC Summit in Vietnam.

Katharine Bassett | 17 Nov 2017

Fake it till you make it

Somewhere along the line I had been mistaken for someone smarter, and eventually I would be found out. So, what did I do? I smiled and I faked it.

Jack Muston | 13 Nov 2017

A geologist’s paradise in the Greek Islands

There’s a part of Greece that doesn’t feature in the travel guides: its world-class metamorphic eclogite-blueschist terranes.

Matthew Teh | 2 Nov 2017

A surreal visit to the sites of the Japanese tsunami

Like many Earth Science students, my passion for geoscience began with a simple fascination in volcanoes and earthquakes.

Stephanie Chen | 29 Aug 2017

Studying abroad together

Wouldn’t it be great if you could study overseas, and bring all your friends from home with you?