To many, its well-worn tropes — love letters, odes, think pieces — are a comfort, whilst to many they appear lifeless. Maybe Honi Soit can be a bit annoying —- but that’s because young people are annoying. We are part of a long tradition of nit-picky, quippy people who care.
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Rose Donnelly (National Labor Students) and Harrison Brennan (Grassroots) will compete to be SRC President, while tickets Rants and Flirt will vie for editorship of Honi Soit.
SRC Publications Manager Mickie Quick will take over the print room and focus on Honi’s role as a form of artistic and political expression.
“When we speak to the defilement that has been committed against Queer Honi and queer people, we could speak to the front cover, to a queer body emblazoned on the front, with the symbolism and the history that represents not only our joy, but also survival, and also protest, and systemic violence.”
“There’s just this sort of expectation that surely it’s going to die soon, but actually, community newspapers are thriving, and so is Honi.”
Ultimately, the role of the Honi contributor is to generate dopamine.
What makes two documentary artists leave Sydney for the frontlines of war time and time again, and how do they make art out of destruction?
Honi soit qui mal y pense. Shame upon he who thinks evil of it.
If you actually care about facilitating a “civil discussion” you’ll stop acting like publishing uninformed, right-wing takes are the way to do that.
Pranks gone wrong, electoral fraud, and drunken misadventure. 20th century USyd at its finest.