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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,346
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,545
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,254
...
547 rrigby 59,315
548 Lenore 59,183
549 A.Cain 58,966
550 sapienza 58,934
551 paryan 58,902
552 JohnSeb 58,810

58,934 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 10,138
March 2017 355
February 2017 51
October 2016 1,359
September 2016 879
August 2016 27
July 2016 986
February 2016 1,361
January 2016 980
December 2015 1,369
November 2015 1,538
October 2015 26,011
September 2015 2,857
August 2015 28
February 2015 76
November 2014 3,203
October 2014 7,710
July 2014 6

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,408,315
2 NeilHamilton 3,044,828
3 noelwoodhouse 2,878,116
4 annmanley 2,234,475
5 John.F.Hall 2,108,249
...
546 rrigby 59,266
547 Lenore 59,183
548 A.Cain 58,966
549 sapienza 58,923
550 paryan 58,897
551 JohnSeb 58,810

58,923 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 10,138
March 2017 344
February 2017 51
October 2016 1,359
September 2016 879
August 2016 27
July 2016 986
February 2016 1,361
January 2016 980
December 2015 1,369
November 2015 1,538
October 2015 26,011
September 2015 2,857
August 2015 28
February 2015 76
November 2014 3,203
October 2014 7,710
July 2014 6

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 mickbrook 76,019
2 jaybee67 66,032
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 23,564
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
750 rollingstone 11
751 RosyHamilton 11
752 rowesmadder 11
753 sapienza 11
754 Shelley61 11
755 sheppa 11

11 line(s) corrected.

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March 2017 11


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ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION INCLUDE PARKING, ACCOMMODATION AMDSTUDENTSURVEYS
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opportunity to decide how their -
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High Crimes
term.
Association's constitution, "the
present in person". In practice, this
without disruption.
year is over $400,000 of hard-
fact that one of the many powers
"give effect to the Policy of the
Association" and thereby — one
opportunity to decide how their
been demonstrated by the senseless
The ballot box stuffing that took
Secondly, because all investigations
As a result, I would suggest that we
Mocca
As you all know, ISSANU spon-
sored 2 students to go to the 7-
day NLC Annual Conference in
were spent on the National Edu-
cation Conference where speak-
branches, satisfaction of IS in Aus-
of information!). Conference del-
that you as a student "should not
Australian community." Now does
that mean that we can't go to dem-
The last few days were the ac-
will take up and lobby the govern-
another 6. Our motto was honesty
going on with us!), and with that
we managed to gain a lot of sup-
way through (thanks to Chin, Ed-
5% cap was actually an initia-
president Mithun on a submis-
various issues with IS (fees, qual-
stop by our office (above Com-
Environment Me (Article), Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007), Monday 21 July 2003 [Issue No.6] page 23 2017-04-22 00:51 [?]
:- ^ermaculture;- Deep Ecolpgys- Non«; -
violent E-irect Action, Independence
sl;for West Papua, Conservation
, issues in PNG, Alternative media -
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;^ muffins etc. This year's conference ,
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/the flow of knowledge from the ^
*' attendees to otner interested students ;
: Bush week preparations are underway
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Permaculture, Deep Ecology, Non-
violent Direct Action, Independence
for West Papua, Conservation
issues in PNG, Alternative media
of the workshops on offer at this
year's Students of Sustainability
Conference where 30+ ANU students
Through deserts, across seas, and over
to Adelaide. Australians of all types,
PNG crew and also East Timorese
thank the SA and all the students
is rocking with vibes of inspiration,
Enviro Collective will do to continue
the flow of knowledge from the
attendees to other interested students
Bush week preparations are underway
and we will be seeing you all there -
wherever we are. There'll be a benefit
gig, stalls, films and info sessions.
Drop on in to talk to us about what we
did during our hols!
Love the EC gang
Welcome back, everyone. This
semester is shaping up to be huge.
Kicking off on Friday, August
the 8th with Abortion Rights Day.
Brunch will be handed out in union
court from 10.30am with not only
food but badges and information
also being available. Followed at
1pm by a forum on just what the
law regarding abortion in the ACT
currently is. The day will be topped
off by a film night ...
and Victor/Victoria screened ...
7pm in the Hayden Allen ...
Both sexes are welcome to all
events.
This will be followed by Women
in Education Week (24th ...
August). The week will be ...
with a circus workshop ...
on the Sunday. The week ...
features ....
breakfast ... with ...
proceeds going to ... and ...
workshop about the difficulties of
being a women in the workforce to
name just a few.
For more info, contact the women's
office on sa.womens@anu.edu.au
or drop in the office and pick up a
program closer to the date.
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hello SAilors
the Executive of bands and dj's, cushions and
has been working over the holidays foam, plus rowdiness and insanity
to ensure everyone has an insane is guaranteed. Get in early for
Bush Week reaps the benefit of cheap ticket!
sound policy responsible
financing high level (co) In education, Dave's door is open to
organisation. all comments regarding the quality
of education at the ANU - which
Speficically, areas require improvement? Have
not only overly now, and raunchy you ever unwittingly plagiarised?
but also accomodation to your Does the inconsistency in
average student hippy. Sara has marking between faculties upset
worked extra hard to get all clubs you? Are your tutorial sizes too
and societies involved, generating large? How can we assist first
more social activities, free food years and their transition? How
ndand fun. Watch out for the recent can teaching and learning be
formed ANU Spa Society and SPA made more effective? Comments
WARS. The Societies' purpose is sa.vicepres@anu.edu.au
to organise activities to generate
funds for ANU's swimming Lip Ban is an amazing accountant.
pool. SPA WARS is all class, it Not only does he have a tight grip
involves relaxing in hot spas, over every single dollar of your
sipping champagne and eating Associations cash he has almost
strawberries, aware of B&G hall single handedly pushed the
they are likely to take their clothes Association and its Departments
off and If you into the new millennium by
like beer and prizes, do not miss out enforcing consistency through
on BEER BINGO at the If you the adoption of best accounting
like tea visit the CHAI TENT on practices. Thanks LB.
Wednesday. Mandatory attendance
required at ANU's FOAM Have a thoroughly enjoyable Bush
held on Friday night. All Week and study hard.
of ANU's colleges are attending
and cheap provided Your Executive
all night. There will be a plethora
Sex Me (Article), Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007), Monday 21 July 2003 [Issue No.6] page 23 2017-04-22 00:33 [?]
I - Queer Collaborations is - '5 ',
5 . the national queer (mostly)
;- ; , student conference, This
JyL year's conference in Melbourne
!5- ' apparently attracted 450 delegates,
f, ; including a small delegation from
bur very own queer collective.
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a , shower cubicle. It was not an
' , uncommon occurrence.
, , ' unfortunately overshadowed - -
v' ' parts of the conference for sex,
- some exciting plenaries, seminars
II some controversy, which is a good
/ Thesfe conferences are important ,
- for cross-campus networking .
other students from around ~K] ;
Australia and shared experiences «„,./*?' j
and contact details. Expect t 'ijz^fjy,
to see some new campaigns in * i(iffyf*r
the department building on -\ ''/r^$y',s
similar campaigns from other , :|;'f '$$&,,
universities. -VI*'|«
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Starting at 12 noon (note time ''; ;', '/a$j$/
change) on Tuesday 22fld July is '/ ^flfF ;
the weekly screening of episodes .*[- \ff^' *
of the UK version of Queer as \9^'^1 /
Folk, in the Queer Space (Lower- - '- '--/^f^
ground floor, Crisp Bldg). 1 1 ; * JffF' '.
,' First Queer Collective meeting - '^H^i^r
1 of the semester at 1pm Thursday ($'?'** {J
' :24th July, Queer Space - all queer |~|f|Jf^
students welcome. ' - ''^'?kvhft ''
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infections! EVERYBODY ' ''JCJ^
is invited to get FREE and '-; . '? ^
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performed by nurses in the Queer , ../
; Space on Wednesdays beginning
on the 30th July until the 13th V
an appointment, call the AIDS „ ';, j
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conditions can be treated on the- - ;
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Sex Me
Queer Collaborations is
the national queer (mostly)
student conference, This
year's conference in Melbourne
apparently attracted 450 delegates,
including a small delegation from
our very own queer collective.
a shower and go to bed, and the
shower cubicle. It was not an
uncommon occurrence.
unfortunately overshadowed
parts of the conference for sex,
some exciting plenaries, seminars
some controversy, which is a good
These conferences are important
for cross-campus networking .
other students from around
Australia and shared experiences
and contact details. Expect
to see some new campaigns in
the department building on
similar campaigns from other
universities.
Department stuff this semester:
Starting at 12 noon (note time
change) on Tuesday 22fld July is
the weekly screening of episodes
of the UK version of Queer as
Folk, in the Queer Space (Lower-
ground floor, Crisp Bldg).
First Queer Collective meeting
of the semester at 1pm Thursday
24th July, Queer Space - all queer
students welcome.
Get tested for sexually transmitted
infections! EVERYBODY
is invited to get FREE and
CONFIDENTIAL screenings
performed by nurses in the Queer
Space on Wednesdays beginning
on the 30th July until the 13th
an appointment, call the AIDS
Medicare card is required, and
you don't have to be queer. Many
conditions can be treated on the
spot.
The 1960s BUSH WEEK 69 Historical Scav Hunt Stupendous Stunt (Article), Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007), Monday 21 July 2003 [Issue No.6] page 22 2017-04-22 00:30 til a reporter from S.M.H>
?^Ilid ^ erazy hijinks of the ANU in the 1960s are often forgot
^tei§ This 'stupendous stunt' is a challenge for all who hope
:^|p l^e on in infamy. National media coverage, red-faced
* officials... have you got what it takes????
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til a reporter from S.M.H,
The crazy hijinks of the ANU in the 1960s are often forgot-
ten. This "stupendous stunt" is a challenge for all who hope
to live on in infamy. National media coverage, red-faced
officials... have you got what it takes????
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: stunt :y::'
Bush Week hit the high spots ekrly
JDobell paintings, valued at between
?£40,000 and £70,000? were removed from
the Australian War Memorial*
received national press eov
work of two students. - T:
^aken notes of the security
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ed behind after the tduiitfcs1
had been herdeci out anS
again studied the #uirci'S:
routine.; : - , .- ,:, * . : ? . i -. : i- m\ ti:H ?, .? ?
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posing as' stifled War f e#r-
?ans and went * into action
iwith the precision^ of infer
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than seven canva^Si:5?Sf|iai^;
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4oor,:they placed their loot
in an -awaiting oar ancJ,4roye
tp* the $chool of 7J^^^M
Studies Library. VI
Once at the library^ Wri
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permission from the a^ior^^
ties t6 remove^ the / goods
felt it Jbest to ask permission
:o store them in the Lib*
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&he ground floor. The out
that they could take photos.;
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had rung A.N/UVs Security
same anonymous yoice in
formed the i^lice, wIk- &vn-
ried .to' the ;.:sce^:.; '.'; .l-£^ ,: ,-' ,\.
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stabulary took .finger prints
Australia's richest art rob
bery, ha^e failed to weat '
The War Memorial Author
ities have said they intend*
$o press charges. ;.
That such a stunt was pos- :
sible reveals certain weak
ness in their security system* .
Furthermore, the paintings' '
absence was not noticed an- :
til a reporter from S.M.Hv *
* This was in spite of the
fact that the guard's rounds ?
took him past an illuminatecl -
and very blank wall. ,
The 1960s Bush Week 69 Historical Scav Hunt
Stupendous stunt
Bush Week hit the high spots early
Dobell paintings, valued at between
£40,000 and £70,000 were removed from
the Australian War Memorial.
received national press cov-
work of two students.
taken notes of the security
On the night they remain-
ed behind after the tourists
had been herded out and
again studied the guard's
routine.
When the little man had
made his second or third
round, the students ceased
posing as stuffed war veter-
ans and went into action
with the precision of inter-
national art thieves.
They removed no less
than seven canvases from
damage them they carried
them to the door in the air-
Here it was necessary to
cut a padlock on the inside
of the door.
This they did and so as
not to cause any authorities
any expense or consternation
left behind an unbroken
padlock with keys attached.
door, they placed their loot
in an awaiting car and drove
to the School of General
Studies Library.
Once at the library con-
Haying failed to obtain
permission from the authori-
ties to remove the goods
felt it best to ask permission
to store them in the Lib-
rary.
the ground floor. The out-
that they could take photos.
However, before they ar-
had rung A.N.U.'s Security
same anonymous voice in-
formed the police, who hur-
ried to the scene.
Smelling a rat, the con-
stabulary took finger prints
Australia's richest art rob-
bery, have failed to wear
The War Memorial Author-
to press charges.
That such a stunt was pos-
sible reveals certain weak-
ness in their security system.
Furthermore, the paintings'
absence was not noticed un-
til a reporter from S.M.H>
This was in spite of the
fact that the guard's rounds
took him past an illuminated
and very blank wall.
Scavenger Hunt List (Detailed lists, results, guides), Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007), Monday 21 July 2003 [Issue No.6] page 20 2017-04-22 00:24 ChrisPrunty 200
Anybody else with the surname 'Prunty' 75/3
Sydney Olympics ticket ? 35/6
Single of 'It's My Life' 25/2
A Taiwanese National called 'Wilbur' 200/1
Fondue set, with bubbling fondue - 150/2
China Doll - 25/4
Beauty Pageant Winner 30^J
Christmas Tree /n?0
Full body painted tattoo t^yth
Geisha Nsrf'1
George Costanza m^
Robert Mugabe ' 70
Smurf |gf
Wife-beater/Stubbies combo W%t
Sizzle Bento staff member ftfir'
AtGaySt 45
OnWoolleySt 50
With a Grandparent * 100
With a Police Officer (in uniform) 250 .
Hugging President 'Mocca' 150
Sitting at 'Mocca's' Presidential desk 210
At the High Court with bong 170 .
Performing 'Penis Puppetry' 200
Climbing on a statue of Winston Chudtfl^^lOO
Climbing on a statue of John Howard HH-25 ?
On an escalator in the Canberra Centre \W 100 THMj
In an elevator / ll^JL50 (perHgBn)
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With a topless ACT MLA ? J^P**##1|b^
With a mob of kangaroos $BBr°k'*WWMk
In a bed Ml of stuffed toys ^-W. Tamper jirJW.l.
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Chris Prunty 200
Anybody else with the surname "Prunty" 75/3
Sydney Olympics ticket 35/6
Single of "It's My Life" 25/2
A Taiwanese National called "Wilbur" 200/1
Fondue set, with bubbling fondue 150/2
China Doll 25/4
Beauty Pageant Winner 30
Christmas Tree 150
Full body painted tattoo 200
Geisha 90
George Costanza 30
Robert Mugabe 70
Smurf 75
Wife-beater/Stubbies combo 20
Sizzle Bento staff member 100
At Gay St 45
On Woolley St 50
With a Grandparent 100
With a Police Officer (in uniform) 250
Hugging President "Mocca" 150
Sitting at "Mocca's" Presidential desk 210
At the High Court with bong 170
Performing "Penis Puppetry" 200
Climbing on a statue of Winston Churchill 100
Climbing on a statue of John Howard 25
On an escalator in the Canberra Centre 100
In an elevator 150 (per person)
With an ACT MLA 200
With a topless ACT MLA 400
With a mob of kangaroos 50
In a bed full of stuffed toys 70 (per person)
In Girls Grammar Year 1 classroom
Scavenger Hunt List (Detailed lists, results, guides), Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007), Monday 21 July 2003 [Issue No.6] page 20 2017-04-22 00:20 . B^^lMWBBB^l^HMBMnBBHMBIBB^^WBBIBBHBBflllHBBHflMHBBIMIIIB^MHMBB^^
Big Brother housemate '?;-, , 100/3
Practicing Jew ' r -%&$?-- 55/3
Big Brother winner '-\ i- 500
Breast implant ^ -^V ~ % 100/1
Blood donors card r' - , '' - ? 50/10
Poster from the movie 'Cocktail' 100/1
, ', Current Cannons Player 1000
/ , Former Capitals Player 200
4 v* . Current Cosmos Player 100
' p[ t r 1- Current Raiders Player 300/5
'- -'' A Former Governor-General 700/2
' ZJ Duffy resident 50/2
-yhf .^, Bachelor of Asian Studies (Honours) 200/1
typ . ' « ' Ex-Chief Minister of ACT . 400/2
,.'!f?\ *- Care Bear 70/5
. it Stil - ^ Current ACT Minister for Education 300/1
'/v./ilS''^ Golf Putter ' 20/1
-SS ^ Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 80/1
^MMfi' Hawaiian Shirt 10/8
'*'*.%-&£$&- , Circumcised man (aged 22-29) 10/10
;^^0W^' Circomcised man (aged 77-99) 100/10
^m^m^ Hockey Stick 5/10
ANU Professor (female) ; 50/3
Pair of thongs 5/20 ,
Anybody with the honorific 'Rinpoche' 100/2
^J^p/yoronj and the ANU Student's Association do not condone illegal actions. Items obtained illegally might be
Scavenger Hunt List
Big Brother housemate 100/3
Practicing Jew 55/3
Big Brother winner 500
Breast implant 100/1
Blood donors card 50/10
Poster from the movie "Cocktail" 100/1
Current Cannons Player 1000
Former Capitals Player 200
Current Cosmos Player 100
Current Raiders Player 300/5
A Former Governor-General 700/2
Duffy resident 50/2
Bachelor of Asian Studies (Honours) 200/1
Ex-Chief Minister of ACT 400/2
Care Bear 70/5
Current ACT Minister for Education 300/1
Golf Putter 20/1
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone 80/1
Hawaiian Shirt 10/8
Circumcised man (aged 22-29) 10/10
Circomcised man (aged 77-99) 100/10
Hockey Stick 5/10
ANU Professor (female) 50/3
Pair of thongs 5/20
Anybody with the honorific "Rinpoche" 100/2
Woroni and the ANU Student's Association do not condone illegal actions. Items obtained illegally might be

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