What we can learn from a Soviet-era shitpost
Content warning: sexual assault.
A message from your friendly ACAR Office Bearers
Silicon Valley is a lie
2017 student media wholeheartedly condemn our collective rejection from the Budget Lock-up.
Living in a brave new world.
In recognition of January 26, Honi is dedicating its platform this week to prioritising the voices of Indigenous people.
By the time Honi Soit returns to stands in Semester Two we will have a new federal government. Past editions that also directly preceded an election read heavy with hopelessness. Similarly, this semester of Honi Soit rings loudly with the voices of students that have been let down by the institutions that claim to represent…
My mother was a student here in the mid-nineties, from the February four months before I was born to the June when I was three. She was an Economics postgrad, a single mother, and eventually, a tutor and lecturer. She was a student with a child, who took me to class and sat in the…
I’ve always thought that to read Honi Soit is to take part in a kind of collective delusion. As a concept, Honi is the middle dot in a Venn diagram of bad wagers: that students would read a print publication in the year 2016; that amateurs would break national news ahead of salaried grown-ups; that…