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Editorial: SUPRA’s silence

Editorial: SUPRA’s silence

SUPRA’s refusal to explain why its President resigned is troubling.

Untying the strings: Lucy Watson and Bryant Apolonio

Untying the strings: Lucy Watson and Bryant Apolonio

Bryant Apolonio and Lucy Watson ride a rollercoaster

A means to an end: Xiaoran Shi

A means to an end: Xiaoran Shi

Within these pages, death speaks in myriad voices: a female vigilante wearing the armour of a Roman goddess seeks retributive justice on page 7, a deeply personal account of euthanasia makes a compelling case for legalising assisted suicide on page 10, a visit to Graceland reveals how death has not hindered the evolution of an […]

A statement from the 2013 Editors of Honi Soit on the USU Board’s plan to expel Tom Raue

A few weeks ago, we published an article about collaboration between police and the University at this year’s strikes. That article included a sentence from a confidential USU report. The sentence was something a USU staff member recalled a police officer saying. It was leaked to us by Tom Raue, the USU’s Vice President. As […]

The art of listening: Mariana Podesta-Diverio

The art of listening: Mariana Podesta-Diverio

As easy it is to become apathetic about the current state of Australian politics and give up altogether, your vote will help lessen the possibility of an Abbott-led government. Use it wisely. But of course, you’ve heard this all before, so I’ll leave it here. Don’t let him win. Now, onto more practical matters. Being […]

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

Avani Dias explores the death of conviction politics in the lead up to the federal election.

It’s personal: Hannah Ryan

It’s personal: Hannah Ryan

Being political isn’t just about standing on a picket. This week’s Honi tells personal stories, reveals cultural structures, lifts veils and opens windows, exposing the private, and encourages you to live in defiance of the cultural authoritarianism we are all subject to but largely blind to.

Glasnost and Sydney University: Max Chalmers

Glasnost and Sydney University: Max Chalmers

Forced to constantly sell itself to the world, the University of Sydney has become closed off, for fear that something might offend the customers it so badly needs.

Who cares about Kevin: Nick Rowbotham

Who cares about Kevin: Nick Rowbotham

Can Kevin Rudd win the election on September 7? Who knows, and in some ways, who cares. There are more important questions, like: why is ecstasy so expensive in Australia? And why would you risk attempting to smuggle drugs into a festival when no less than 282 people were caught in possession of them at […]

Knowing your place: Rafi Alam

Knowing your place: Rafi Alam

Rafi Alam takes up space with this editorial

The life of Honi to come: Bryant Apolonio

The life of Honi to come: Bryant Apolonio

Bryant Apolonio looks back on a semester’s worth of newspapers

People are the worst: Lucy Watson

People are the worst: Lucy Watson

Editor-in-chief Lucy Watson laments the week gone by

Who edits the editors?: Hannah Ryan

Who edits the editors?: Hannah Ryan

Who edits the editors?

The word games people play: Xiaoran Shi

Xiaoran Shi asks you to watch your language

Start a conversation: Avani Dias

Start a conversation: Avani Dias

Avani Dias’ editorial on the beauty of conversation.

Honi Soit and Sydney Uni culture: Bryant Apolonio

Honi Soit and Sydney Uni culture: Bryant Apolonio

Bryant Apolonio writes about student creativity and your good old newspaper

Why patriarchy is not enough (as a conceptual framework): Mariana Podesta-Diverio

Why patriarchy is not enough (as a conceptual framework): Mariana Podesta-Diverio

The ongoing struggle for women’s liberation is by no means secondary to the struggle of the working class. In fact, the two things are inextricably connected.

Why you need Honi Soit: Max Chalmers

Why you need Honi Soit: Max Chalmers

Honi Soit covers the strike

The political is personal: Rafi Alam

The political is personal: Rafi Alam

Rafi Alam tells you why you should strike.

The first Honi of 2013: Lucy Watson

The first Honi of 2013: Lucy Watson

Lucy Watson wrote an editorial.

Editorial

What will be the legacy of 2012? Leading article from the year’s final regular edition of Honi Soit.

Editorial

Dearth of female Nobel Prize winners shows the fight for equality is far from won.

Editorial

Whether queer or not, all students should be able to take something valuable out of this special edition of Honi Soit, writes Editor-in-Chief Fahad Ali.

Editorial

Student politicians tend to promise much and deliver little.

Night-time economy must deliver the goods

Night-time economy must deliver the goods

Young Sydneysiders want good music and great times when we go out – give that to us or we will make it happen ourselves.

Rudd return inches toward inevitability

Rudd return inches toward inevitability

Will Kevin Rudd be rethroned? We say he should be.

LifeChoices must be given the benefit of the doubt

LifeChoices must be given the benefit of the doubt

Libertarianism is a double-edged sword – conservative voices are heard on campus: to decry their right to exist is to deny the liberty that dissidents are trying to defend.

The 2012 Editorial Team

The 2012 Editorial Team

We are your editors of Honi Soit for 2012! Below are some of the highlights from our election campaign website.