Yasmin Ayture writes her views on Doughnut Economics by Kate Raworth.
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The Trump Administration has been accused of dismantling the USPS in order to restrict postal votes.
Beth Roberts writes on how evidence suggests that the university is prioritising business over student pleasure.
In this opinion piece, Alice Brooks analyses the grooming tactics used that lead Shamima Begum into the Islamic State.
Alice Brooks details the story of Shamima Begum from 2015 until now.
By Bethany Dawson A huge explosion in the Lebanese city of Beirut has devastated the surrounding areas, with current figures stating that over 50 people have died and more than 2700 people have been injured. Footage of a mushroom cloud bursting out of the city’s port and overwhelming the city depicts the severity of the incident, which was felt 240km in Cyprus. Wherever this news is reaching you, here is what you can do to help: Donate Donate to the Lebanese red cross Donate to Impact Lebanon’s explosion relief fund Donate to the Lebanese food bank Here’s a list of NGOs to donate to Educate This explosion is just one part of an incredibly difficult time for Lebanese people, with the Covid-19 pandemic exacerbating the effects of a financial crisis underpinned by civil divisions. Learning what is going on, and spreading that information when you’re in a position to do so, is vital. We’d recommend the following resources: Here’s a timeline of what’s happened in Lebanon over the past decade Why the country is in crisis A view into the Lebanon protests This article will be updated in order to add further resources.
Atiya Chowdhury writes on the announcement of regional lockdowns only hours before the sacred holiday of Eid al-Adha.
Alice Brooks discusses the Government's plan to display calories on menus and why this can be triggering.
Sapphire Lally writes on racism within academia, focusing on STEM.
'Karens" and their supporters tend to hide behind the oppression that comes with being a woman rather than acknowledge the privilege of their skin colour in an attempt to maintain the status quo.