Throughout its history, Honi Soit, the student newspaper of USYD with elected editors, has never been far from controversy. Recently, this has surrounded proposed changes to the SRC regulations and other recent attempts which affect the ability of the paper to have absolute control over its content. It was met with significant backlash. Honi Soit is an institutional part of student life at USYD and … Continue reading Honi Soit: Qui Mal Y Pense
The Semester 2, Week 4 edition of USYD student newspaper, Honi Soit contains a regrettable and ill-informed display of anti-Christian journalism at USYD. The article, “The morality revolution: why there needs to be more accountability in religion”, takes aim at the Sydney University Evangelical Union (SUEU), a Protestant Christian group and the largest faith-based group on campus.
Unless you have had the unfortunate displeasure of being completely disinterested in politics, live under a rock or, worse still, do not care for the news, you would’ve heard that the High Court of Australia handed down its judgment on the fate of seven Members of Parliament and Senators, the most prolific of which was none other than Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce. The only survivors … Continue reading Why The High Court Got It 100% Right
A closer examination into Catholic Church practice and doctrine will show that there are already powerful incentives, surrounding the withholding of grace and forgiveness, acting on the reporting culture – something which makes me feel more at ease expressing my position above. Continue reading Forgive Me Father, For I Have [CENSORED]
USU blocks the screening of controversial film ‘The Red Pill’. Continue reading CENSORSHIP: USU blocks screening of men’s issues film
Maybe you’re a closet conservative. Here’s 10 things that show you might be one. Continue reading 10 Signs You’re Actually A Conservative
Turnbull gains support of the party room over 18C reform. Continue reading Turnbull’s 18C Compromise A Win