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|Editors||Whitney Duan, Tahlia Pajaczkowska-Russell|
|Publisher||Sydney Arts Students Society (provided by the University of Sydney Union)|
Arna, commonly styled as ARNA is an annual magazine published by the University of Sydney Arts Students Society. Originally named The Arts Journal of the University of Sydney, it was published regularly between 1918 and 1974 under the auspices of the Faculty of Arts and in 1938 the journal was renamed The ARNA: The Journal of the Arts Society.
After a hiatus of 34 years, publication recommenced in 2008 by editors-in-chief Rebecca Santos and Khym Scott, alongside the revival of the Sydney Arts Students' Society. Former distinguished editors and contributors include Samuel Beckett, Robert Hughes, Clive James, Lex Banning, Harold Stewart, Geoffrey Lehmann and Les Murray. The editors-in-chief for 2015 are Whitney Duan and Tahlia Pajaczkowska-Russell.
- 2014: Nick Fahy and Madeleine Konstantinidis
- 2013: Lane Sainty and Alberta McKenzie
- 2012: Alex McKinnon and Eleanor Gordon-Smith
- 2011: Anne Widjaja and Richard Withers
- 2010: Paul Ellis and Julian Larnach
- 2009: Callie Henderson and Nancy Lee
- 2008: Rebecca Santos and Khym Scott
- Beckett S How it is (Extract from Comment c'est, translated from the French by the author) in ARNA 1962
- ARNA 2008. The Journal of the University of Sydney Arts Students Society[dead link] at Sydney University Press
- Barcan, A Student activists at Sydney University 1960-1967 Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES), January 2007. The retired education professor Alan Barcan published his personal view of activism at Sydney University during the 1960s, including references to the student publications Honi Soit, Hermes and Arna
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