By refusing the sick the basic right to die, we condemn the desperate and demean ourselves, writes John Gooding. This piece came third in the 2012 Honi Soit opinion competition, judged by Joe Hildebrand.
Robert Grigor hates pet names.
Josh Sprake wants Australia to cash in on gay marriages.
The Golden Mile is dead, writes Matthew Endacott.
Nick Richardson wants to separate personal identity from sexuality.
My own struggle with intolerance and discrimination taught me that things really do get better, writes Isabelle Cox.
Religion will retain its privilege to reject gay students and others, reports Michael Koziol.
In an election expected to be the closest in many years, why is a John Robertson staffer stitching up with far-right Liberals? Michael Koziol reports.
The weekend’s events were not representative of Islamic culture , writes Lawrence Muskitta.
The knives are out in the history wars, reports Michael Koziol.