A Bird’s Eye View
Comparisons are indeed odious. That much can be said when we see historical events, political figures and pretty much anything else of a political or historical nature being lumped with one another. These comparisons can be applied to any other field quite frankly, be it culture, socio-economics or any other field for that matter. At face value, these comparisons may […]Read More Why the Unvaccinated Claim Victimhood
Paulina Dembska is not the first to suffer such injustice, and unfortunately, she will most certainly not be the last.Read More A culture propagating femicide and misogyny
Pharmaceutical students are highlighting the ‘discrimination’ they’re experiencing within the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, with no plans in sight for physical exams to be converted to their online alternatives, in the midst of a record number of active COVID-19 cases, and quarantined citizens. The students are saying that the faculty’s decision to conduct the exams physically is unreasonable when […]Read More MPSA: Exams Should be Online for all
Examinations at the University of Malta shall proceed as intended – majorly in-person on campus. This decision has been taken despite the record-breaking surge in daily cases, despite the fact that online exams have been utilised in the past, and despite all student feedback. Online exams do not promote cheating, they snuff them out through scanning each written page with […]Read More Exams should remain online for the sake of students’ health
bored (adjective) /bɔːd/ feeling tired and impatient because you have lost interest in somebody/something or because you have nothing to do. – Oxford dictionary But personally, I find that being bored doesn’t come from having nothing to do or because I lost interest in something, but because I have a plethora of things to do, with none that really captivate […]Read More Being Bored
The western allies have agreed to kick China out of the picture when it comes to 5G infrastructure. What they haven’t agreed on though, is how on earth they’re going to replace its carriers, and what’s to be done to rapidly upgrade the now ‘China-less’ networks. By western allies, I refer to the US and Europe in this case, where […]Read More 5G, Europe and the US – Where do we stand?
Malta is the first country in Europe to legalize the cultivation and consumption of marijuana for recreational use, in a bill that has just been approved in parliament today, and is expected to be enacted by the end of the week.Read More Malta Legalises recreational cannabis
The ever-growing field of student activism has a new organisation to welcome amongst its ranks, the MNSS – Malta Neurological Students’ Society, based at the University of Malta.Read More A Brand New Face – Malta Neurological Students’ Society
As I start writing this, I feel that I’m probably going to write and re-write several drafts of this article till I get it right. Mostly because I think I’d only be happy until I know that I’ve struck the right chord in terms of what I want this article to be about, and also because I generally find it […]Read More On a Personal Note
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation is hosting an online webinar for all students and for anyone else interested in learning about human rights. What is the event about? The webinar aims to teach students about how human rights are applied in Malta and why they should consider a legal career in human rights. Topics will consist of the environment, prisons […]Read More Why Choose Human Rights? – A Webinar for Students
Through a demonstration occurring this Saturday, 4th December, Extinction Rebellion, alongside other organisations, will put pressure on the government to address the issue of food waste and implement the change necessary to mitigate it.Read More Stop the Waste: Call to stop Mass Food Waste
The Labour Party has gone through major changes in its leadership and its perception. However, what hasn’t changed is the memory people have of all the scandals throughout its time in government, and what happened when they were exposed. We now ask: “What happens next?”Read More Where Do We Go From Here?
In the Budget 2022 document, the government has promised that by October 2022, all Maltese residents will have free access to public transport. But what about the countless issues with the service? Will those who are enticed with the free transport keep using it in the long run?Read More Free Buses will not get more people to use them
𝟒 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐠𝐨 today, a woman was murdered.𝟒 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐠𝐨 today, a human being was brutally assassinated.𝟒 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐠𝐨 today, a mother, daughter, sister, and wife died.𝟒 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐠𝐨 today, the career of an investigative journalist was cut short.𝟒 𝐲𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐬 𝐚𝐠𝐨 today, Malta, as well as its political and institutional landscape, was forever changed. The assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, […]Read More 4 Years Ago.
There is an urgent need to start thinking about how we can run our economies without growth, and a range of economic alternatives may now show us how to do just that.Read More Can we create Healthy Economies without growth?
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