On February 19 2020, student newspaper Honi Soit plunged into controversy after publishing material most would consider anti-semitic and anti-catholic. Just as new students were starting their journeys at University and looking for a place to belong, they were met with an abhorrent display of disrespect in their student paper. The satirical pullout featured a doctored image of a blackboard depicting the question “Should we … Continue reading Unfit for Honi
Alessandro Cowley discusses the recent US Supreme Court decision and the improper use of judicial power. Continue reading The Court and Same Sex Marriage: Legislator or Judge?
Year in, year out, we see the Australian Republican Movement hijack public holidays and national events with the sole intention of forcing their dogmatic ideology onto normal Australians and to further the debate regarding an obscene cause. Continue reading Australia and Its Relationship with the Monarchy and Commonwealth
Joshua Hoole outlines the case for a more flexible industrial relations system in Australia. Continue reading Industrial Wasteland: The Case for Industrial Relations Reform in Australia