Dear Georgetown community, Recently, a number of posters have been placed in the Red Square in order to raise awareness about the issue of sexual harassment and assault in Georgetown Qatar. The campaign aimed to educate students on Title IX laws, challenge the administration’s implementation of it, and propose precautionary measures that would protect … Continue reading Letter from the Title IX Student Committee to the Georgetown Community
Harleen Osahan No, this is not to say that I will be parting with my Fenty Beauty Candy Venom Mattemoiselle lipstick anytime soon, but that I’ve been considering doing it for a while now. Why? Because I hate the beauty industry. Let’s start at the root of the problem, the brands and their owners. LVMH—the … Continue reading No Offence But… Make Up Sucks.
...you’re not intersectional. Point blank, period. This article could really just end here, but it seems like not a lot of people actually know what being an intersectional feminist entails. It thus prompts a clearer explanation, as well as an opportunity for self reflection. So let’s go through it step by step. You’re not a … Continue reading You’re Not a Feminist If…
Dear Readers, When we started the Gazette, our primary goal was to create conversation among students about the realities of life at university. And although I believe that through the work we publish, we enable a dialogue within the student body that goes beyond the academic and delves into the personal, which is an aspect … Continue reading Letter from the Editor – Migrant Labour Issue
Ameena Almeer As a half Pakistani person, I’ve experienced my fair share of racial slurs, discrimination, and prejudice from Qataris while living here. My peers never let me forget that my mother’s native language, clothing, and cultural practices were inherently inferior to theirs and that they associated my South Asian heritage with being poor, uneducated, … Continue reading 7 Things Qatari People Can Do to Promote Migrant Workers’ Rights in the Gulf
Anonymous On August 9, 2017, Qatar waived the entry visa requirements for 80 countries. Citizens of those countries who wishes to visit Qatar for certain amount of days (included in their terms and conditions) no longer need to apply for a visa. Although, as mentioned by Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority, the main aim of this … Continue reading Tourists’ Visa-Free Arrival Incentivizes Foreigners to Look for Jobs in Qatar
Ameni Abida I don’t know where to start, so I’ll start by introducing myself. Hi, my name is Ameni, and I’ve noticed that a lot of people are in Keto recently. Yes, I know, we’re still in early 2019, still in a mode where we’re trying to better ourselves, “new year, new me, new body”, … Continue reading WHY I HATE KETO- Chapter 1: Why start Keto in the first place.