Avani Dias explores the death of conviction politics in the lead up to the federal election.
Honi Soit was censored. read why.
Being political isn’t just about standing on a picket. This week’s Honi tells personal stories, reveals cultural structures, lifts veils and opens windows, exposing the private, and encourages you to live in defiance of the cultural authoritarianism we are all subject to but largely blind to.
Forced to constantly sell itself to the world, the University of Sydney has become closed off, for fear that something might offend the customers it so badly needs.
Can Kevin Rudd win the election on September 7? Who knows, and in some ways, who cares. There are more important questions, like: why is ecstasy so expensive in Australia? And why would you risk attempting to smuggle drugs into a festival when no less than 282 people were caught in possession of them at…
Rafi Alam takes up space with this editorial
Bryant Apolonio looks back on a semester’s worth of newspapers
Editor-in-chief Lucy Watson laments the week gone by
Who edits the editors?
Xiaoran Shi asks you to watch your language