Honi Soit: Qui Mal Y Pense

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 Notre Dame: Reflections on Art and Architecture in Broader Society

There was and there continues to be a great outpouring of grief in the wake of the fire that has gutted the Notre Dame. Social media is flooded with messages of great sorrow and disbelief. People have been quick to post their selfies in front of the Notre Dame in previous years, before the fire, perhaps an expression of deep regret that this icon has … Continue reading The Notre Dame: Reflections on Art and Architecture in Broader Society

Uproar After Morrison’s Recognition of West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel – Does it Deserve the Controversy?

Janine Joseph uncovers the hypocrisy in Labor’s recent approach to a two state solution. Janine is the President of the Australasian Union of Jewish Students at the University of Sydney.

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