Are Labor and the Liberals distinguishable on Indigenous policy? Kyol Blakeney investigates
The USU has a new President, Vice President, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer.
The vote of Senate-appointed Board Director may leave Directors’ fortunes to chance
Amid ominous signs for conservative America, Riordan Lee asks where to now for the Republican Party?
The big lesson from the Presidential debates is that they’re useless, writes Ben Winsor in New Jersey.
This was the left’s year to dominate, writes Paul Ellis
Kitty-Jean Laginha gets a kick out of exercising her democratic rights
By now, your new undergraduate and postgraduate Fellows of Senate have been elected. For the majority of the student population, this is just another election. But the Senate is a powerful body, and its composition has far-reaching consequences for your life as a Sydney University student. Let Honi Soit put your silent ignorance at dinner parties to an end with this bluffer’s guide for the time poor and bewildered.
Election commentary remains one of the last bastions of racial profiling, writes John Gooding.
By the time you pick up this week’s Honi, it’s already election day. If you haven’t already voted, think about this before you fill in the ballot. Don’t vote for people based on policy. Don’t judge a candidate by how much you want their policies to be fulfilled; vote for them based on the principles…