In what seems to be a seldom before seen form of performance, five performers will meet virtually to produce a fragmented narrative, inspired by several plays written by Irish playwright Samuel Barclay Beckett.Read More Colliding with Beckett – A Student Production
Tensions ran high in Minnesota this week as the jury in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin prepared to deliver its verdict.Read More Derek Chauvin convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd
After a year of online relegation, we’re still expected to bear the brunt of restrictions, but hardly any consideration is being made to our mental healthRead More Youth – Always the Last Priority
Isolated reports of vaccinated individuals developing blood clots have caused dozens of countries to suspend or limit the roll-out of AstraZeneca Vaccines. This is a political decision, not one based on medical research.Read More AstraZeneca Vaccine is Safe
There are currently more than 230 vaccine candidates using a range of methods to activate antibodies and virus-fighting cells to resist infection. Several have either been licensed for use or are awaiting approval, and vaccinations are taking effect in many countries.Read More The Major Covid19 Vaccines – What’s the Difference?
Pesident Sergio Mattarella has asked Draghi to be prime minister, following a week of consultations. Almost all the main parties from across the political spectrum now support the decision. Although some of the roles were retained my major players in Italian politics, a number of key posts went to non-affiliated technocrats, including Daniele Franco, director […]Read More Former ECB chief Mario Draghi appointed Italy’s next PM
She becomes the first female to take vice-presidency of the United States because she ran as part of a campaign that the people could relate to.Read More Where Hillary Failed, Kamala Harris Succeeded
The prolific Putin critic has been detained for a month now, and has had his embezzlement allegations converted to a 3.5 year prison sentence (of which his lawyer said the he would actually serve two years and eight months, because of time already spent under house arrest. His lawyers also said they would appeal). Before […]Read More Navalny sentenced to over 3 years in prison
YouthPropose aims to highlight proposals generated by Maltese Youth Organisations.Read More YouthPropose – A Green Diet for a Cleaner Climate
Perhaps after COVID, we should not ‘return to normal’ but commence a return to constant change.Read More Culture is not a Career.
As ballots continue to be counted and a Biden presidency seems ever more likely, one would be well-advised to refrain from celebrating the end of the Trump era, and even better advised to avoid looking towards the future. Because even though the floodlights show us a match where the former Vice President is likely to […]Read More Trump Won
*Time will be displayed to Washington DC, with Central Europe in brackets: UTC-5 (CET)Read More US Presidential Election 2020: Live Results and Analysis
Going astray from the mainstream media we consume in our Western bubble, how would a Chinese diplomat view the situation developing in Venezuela? In this article we imagine being a Chinese official outlining his/her position, in an effort to understand the slit in the fabric of our understanding of global political disagreement:Read More Beyond the Western Mirror: How China views the Venezuelan Crisis
‘Populism’. Perhaps many of us are simply more than a little sick and tired of the phrase by now, reminded as we are on a daily basis of the potentially toxic combination of xenophobia, climate-denial and social media. But if we are to ever stop reading about populism, perhaps we need to devote time to […]Read More Voice of the People: Democracy, Brexit & Populism
Euthanasia is currently prohibited under Maltese law. However, as the years go by and we become more exposed to liberal ideologies, should euthanasia be legalised?Read More Should Euthanasia be Legalised?
(English Version of, Lil Żagħżugħ Malti Bħali) Dear Fellow Maltese Teen, I am writing this letter to help you notice what is truly going on around you.Read More To a Fellow Maltese Teen
As seen by the huge number of citizens who chose not to pick up their votes, and those who chose to abstain from voting or nullify their vote in the last election, there is clearly something wrong with today’s political system.Read More Machiavellian: What’s wrong with today’s politics?
Yes, I know, you’ve heard it all before, just as everyone else has. 1.5oC. The Paris Agreement. 2030. Climate change. Global warming. Mass extinction of wildlife. Polar vortexes. That skinny polar bear. Greta Thunberg.Read More What can the EU’s smallest country do about climate change?
Sixth form, lasting just two years, may at first glance appear a brief moment in the lives of students, a halfway house between school and university. And yet, many people looking back later in life consider those two years to be some of the most memorable and enjoyable of their lives. For a large number, […]Read More Another Year, Another Soirée
We all know the story, the 56-year-old cry that is, ‘Save the Planet’. One day, some humans rolled out of bed and realised that several practices we were making use of were actively damaging the environment we live in, and the planet as a whole. As the months and years passed, more and more movements […]Read More “Save the Planet” – The Greatest Arrogance of All