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The people’s princess. The counter-cultural court jester chainsmoking outside Fisher library. Honi Soit is back for 2024. We are submissive…
I believe in a politics of hope, a politics of care — a politics that begins with curiosity, conversations, and leaving a space at your table.
We’re not here to make friends or win votes, we’re here to return to our radical leftist roots.
Rather than being gripped by the selective memory of Anzac, Australia must engage in a comprehensive process of truth-telling and remediation of historical injustices.
In all facets, the government has consistently shown an inability to meet the needs of people in our state.
We hope that you will find yourself represented on the following pages, and if you don’t, we hope that you’ll write for us this year and change this.
We have a responsibility to stare conflict in the face. To ruthlessly critique the injustices that feed into and result from war, to resist complacency.
Our radically different perspectives have often stirred outrage from mainstream media, who are too ready to rush in and discipline as dissidents rather than engaging with our political message.
On the archives of student activism and decades of progress.