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, […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
Ngoc shares her experience in China during the Zones of Conflict Zones of Peace Program.
Jonah Samuel. April 9th, 2018 Student mental health has often been overlooked. In recent years we have seen a spike in the number in the number of suicides of students due to mental […]