Jarrah Aguera is the Editor of ANU Reporter and Digital Communications Manager at ANU.



Genetics, truth and justice

Kathleen Folbigg’s release from prison made headlines around the world. Once branded “Australia’s worst female serial killer”, the…

14 December 2023


Ashes to ashes, dust to diamond 

When a passionate rock nerd with a wicked sense of humour passes away, flowers don’t quite cut it.…

4 August 2023


Strange neighbours: the sanctuary on the edge of our city 

At Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary you can spot animals that haven’t existed in their natural habitat for more…


Ashes under foot and heavens above: remembering Canberra’s 2003 bushfire disaster

Twenty years on from the Canberra firestorm that devastated the ACT and ANU Mount Stromlo Observatory, Nobel Prize-winning…

18 January 2023


Behind the seams: the uncomfortable truth about fast fashion

Modern slavery is a stubborn business model in fashion manufacturing and it will take more than the law…

1 November 2022


Let Canberra’s pride be scholarship: the Queen and ANU

Today, The Australian National University (ANU) joins the world in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth…

9 September 2022


Tree scarring is our signature in the land

Paul Girrawah House rests his palm on the silver-grey bark and speaks in language. House, a Ngambri and…

27 May 2022


A clash of brooches and swords: is it ethical to gender a skeleton?

The real story of a person’s identity can remain untold if archaeologists are blinkered by binary thinking and…

14 December 2021


The positive power of culture on First Nations health

We have a mistaken perception in Australia that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander causes poor health. It’s…

11 November 2020

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