We delve into the basement of Fisher to find eclectic Honi articles from years gone by.
An obituary for Roozi Araghi, written by his fellow editors: Thalia Anthony, Richard Cooke, Anna Clark, Aysha Pollnitz, Anna Boucher, Jamie Hall, Dorothea Anthony, Chloe Burnett, and Aaron Timms
All sources overheard at Courtyard
The things I do for Honi Dear last year’s editors, There’s something you should be aware of regarding your final edition. I travelled to Israel, admittedly in rather peculiar circumstances. I had not slept for a couple of days when in the middle of the night I drained my bank account for the next flight…
Goodbye. Peter Walsh  I’m writing this at 11:40 pm on a Monday night and Honi, gracefully, is not due until Tuesday due to Labour Day. My highest aspiration with this paper was that people would read it and not feel like they’ve wasted their time. Still, there are always alternatives and now more than…
William Edwards dug through the archives (again).
Rebecca Wong wades through the legacy of Union publications at the University of Sydney.
Tim Asimakis brings you the unbelievable results from this year’s SRC elections.
Abbott’s career at uni was littered with allegations well documented in the annals of Honi Soit–punching walls, kicking down doors, threatening women and general gronkness. But how does Turnbull’s hack career measure up? Honi took to the archives to see what Malcolm was like at uni.
They Told Us We’re Not Allowed To Report On This Election, We Did So Anyway