Before I came to Sydney, I had heard enough cliché about how international students should try to immerse themselves in the language and culture of their study destination. “Don’t stick to your own cultural group”, “Get involved with local students”, and “speak English as much as possible – try to think in an English way”,…
Pyne’s failure to consult on higher education policy has left matters in the hands of Vice-Chancellor Michael Spence.
Angela Collins reports on an ill-fated campus journey.
“Yet again I find myself attempting to write an editorial when I don’t even know what the fuck an editorial is.”
The media blackout on SRC elections makes proper scrutiny impossible and should be reversed, write the Honi Soit editors.
Fisher Library will now provide a 24-hour study space, Georgia Behrens reports.
Lane Sainty and Felix Donovan are thinking of going vegetarian.
This week Honi has given precisely zero space to the Commonwealth Games, which we feel is entirely appropriate.
It is both a privilege and a pleasure to be able to deliver a newspaper packed full of our culture to you, our readers. It is my hope that this inaugural edition of Indigenous Honi will found a tradition that will continue to provide students with an opportunity to develop a richer appreciation for Indigenous cultures and…
Oscar Monaghan offers Indigenous Honi the pleasure of printing an especially unheard voice, writing from the intersectional perspective of a queer, Indigenous person of colour.