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 […]
…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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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, […]
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.