Honi Soit – The University of Sydney’s student newspaper since 1929

Cover of Honi Soit Published by the Students’ Representative Council since 1929, Honi Soit plays a vital role in enriching Sydney Uni’s campus community by giving a voice to student issues and interests. Honi Soit is distributed FREE at all Sydney University campuses, weekly during semester. Now in PRINT and ONLINE: honisoit.com Click here to view: the latest print edition online >

Advertise in Honi Soit

2019 advertising bookings are now open. Plan ahead your media campaign and book in prime positions now! Limited advertising space is available in each edition and all bookings are on first come first served basis. (Limited space is available in Honi Soit Orientation Week edition and Honi Soit weeks 1 to 3 editions) To place an advertisement, email or fax your completed 2019 booking form to: e: publications.manager@src.usyd.edu.au fax: 02 9660 4260 phone: 02 9660 5222 More advertising information >

SRC 2020 Orientation Handbook and CounterCourse 2020

The SRC 2020 Orientation Handbook is the essential survival guide to studying at Sydney Uni. Find out how your SRC can help you get though tough times or get involved in a collective about an issue you are passionate about. (Pages 1-32)

CounterCourse 2020: This is what university management doesn’t tell you. This is your no-bullshit guide to Sydney University. (Starts at page 33)

Visit the SRC stand at Welcome Week to receive your showbag and a print copy of the 2020 SRC Orientation Handbook / CounterCourse Handbook (combined into one double sided handbook).

Growing Strong 2020

Hello readers, and thank you for picking up Growing Strong 2020! We as a collective believe it is important to educate, share ideas, and be critical of the world around us, and Growing Strong is the product of these beliefs. Like any publication, this edition was brought to you with weeks of hard work and a collective of dedicated writers, artists, and editors, who have endeavoured to paint this political portrait of current radical feminist discourse. We are so grateful to our editorial team – Kiki Amberber, Kimmy Dibben, Amelia Mertha, Jessica Syed, Ranuka Tandan, Donnalyn Xu and Kira Xu – for their unwavering dedication.

The world that we live in now – under exploitative systems of capitalism, colonisation and patriarchy – is frightening, grim and most importantly, unacceptable. From discussions of police violence to misconceptions of emotional labour, Growing Strong encapsulates the intersectional, anti-capitalist, and anti-colonialist values of the Women’s Collective. Because, to end on the words of Arundhati Roy, “Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.”

In love, hope and rage,
Vivienne Guo and Ellie Wilson
2020 Women’s Officers and Convenors of the USyd Women’s Collective

You can view Growing Strong 2020 here.