With the far right on the march around the globe, we asked two writers: should we punch Nazis?
Peter Walsh watched the debate from his crib.
Tom St John is phoning home
Grace Franki and Andrea Zephyr question the purpose of using suffering to fuel controversy
Imogen Grant relays the key moments from last week’s Euthanasia Debate, held among 2000 people at Sydney’s Town Hall.
Evelyn Corr explores the weird world of historical revisionism.
“If you missed it, last week we expressed concern about the Senate-appointed directors voting in the election of the USU executive. It frightens us that the vote of these directors, neither elected nor students, could swing a close election. We think this would be anti-democratic: taking control of the student union out of student hands.”
The big lesson from the Presidential debates is that they’re useless, writes Ben Winsor in New Jersey.