Ameena Almeer, edited by E. As women, how likely is it that we are ever taken seriously when we talk about the sexism we experience? The odds are that we’ll be dismissed, […]
Jessamine Perez This issue’s artifact: Plague Inc. Evolved Description from the official website: “Can you infect the world? Your pathogen has just infected ‘Patient Zero’. Now you must bring about the end […]
Anonymous Last Tuesday, a student graffitied “Death to America. Death to Israel. A curse upon Jews” in the Student Lounge – our oasis from the world. Two weeks ago, a student tore […]
…the significance of the fountain’s placement in the atrium: a physical representation of the segregation between the Qatari students and the international students.
Taha Kaleem Life A roller-coaster I must say One moment you are up and running and then down and distraught What amazes me is the resilience, we show in the moments of […]
Jonah Samuel In recent months, China and the United States have been all over the news due to drastic changes in the trading relationship between the two superpowers; the tensions between the […]
Labeeba Ahmed Neither do I want to be a name in your forgotten contact list, Nor do I desire to be in the group of acquaintances I don’t want to be your […]
Ameni Abida On my good days, I’m filled with love. On my bad days, I’m like coco powder. Bitter. I start hating the world around me. Start hating my surroundings, my classes, […]
On October 23, 2018, the South Asian Society of Georgetown University Qatar invited Murad Baseer, Chargé D’ Affaires of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, for a keynote on the […]
There’s a good chance that the vast majority of people you know, yourself included, do not typically use the word “clitoris” in everyday conversation. In fact, it’s quite likely that you wouldn’t […]
Ngoc Nguyen On November 2nd, 2018, Words&Strings collaborated with Georgetown Music, Arts, and Culture Club to host its Words of November Open Mic. I am delighted to reflect on my experience working […]
October 11, 2018 For the first time in their history, Georgetown’s Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS) hosted a workshop on the topic: designing a research question. As stated on the CIRS […]
Ameena reflects on the Feminism is a Voice Art Exhibition at the W Hotel. A trip to the exhibition was organized by the Legal and Political Studies Association.
Ian Almond is Professor of World Literature at Georgetown University ICYMI– Georgetown was set to have a debate on 9th October, but due to increased security concerns the debate was cancelled. […]
Taha Kaleem I dreamt of a place Where I was hungry of the Applause I looked around And I saw death running from me I tried to ask him Why He was […]
You are 7 years old. You do not understand why your Qatari classmates look at you with such derision when you tell them that you’re half Pakistani. For the remainder of your […]