Jacob Callus speaks with Clémence Otekpo, President of CIJOC-ICYCW, and Yacopo Baldacchino, President of KNZ Malta about the challenges youths face in modern society.Read More Panel Discussion: Youth’s Issues
Blue Growth is currently one of the hot topics in the economy at the moment. This is due to the fact that the seas are constantly being polluted and overfished, and therefore a solution needs to be found. Various entities such as the EU have started initiatives due to the fact that a large percentage […]Read More Blue Growth
The act of buying a used piece of clothing, normally from a shop, in order to reuse it was given the label we know as ‘thrifting’. Imagine in some lecture you are asked to find one act which reduces your carbon and water footprint, saves landfill space and also supports local businesses. At first, it […]Read More Thrifting: Saving the planet and your wallet
A month-long campaign will come to an end today, and tomorrow is recognised as the “Day of Silence”. On this day, no one can organise any political activities, however, during the last General Election, both major parties in Malta held live Facebook broadcasts during Reflection Day. On Saturday 26th March 2022, all those who collected […]Read More The Electoral Toolkit
Many of us currently studying within the University of Malta have never voted in a General Election, and now that we find ourselves during election week, we realise that we were never prepared for this choice. Moreover, many of us have received little education about active citizenship as part of a four-module study-unit at 6th […]Read More Your Vote: A Right or a Duty?
As the 2022 General Election looms closer it is important to understand the uncertainty that comes along with it, in all facets of life. In Malta, the month leading up to the General Election is very popular, or rather notorious, as this period is often tainted with populous proposals and partisan disputes that may cause […]Read More Election Season: How do Businesses react?
So much went into play to allow for this annual international celebration to be cemented into our calendars. More than a hundred years of protests, campaigns, and movements, fighting gender disparity, raising awareness on the many oppressions faced by women, and bringing forward individuals who became immortalised by their actions, instilled the passion and fight […]Read More Women’s Day
As done in previous years, ASCS feels the urge to assess the budget brought forward by the Government and provide a holistic critical assessment, meant to facilitate all students as they make their assumptions and conclusions on the 2022 Budget. This original format in which the Budget was presented, is not divided according to the […]Read More ASCS Budget Review 2022
Summary of events Ever since the Russian Federation was overthrown in 1989, Afghanistan has been a battleground. A definition of a failed state, Afghanistan was in a state of Anarchy. Rule of law was nonexistent, warlords and tribes waged war on each other to rule one another, and without terms nor adherence to any form […]Read More Taliban Takeover
Our primitive ancestors made use of a variety of animals in order to suit their day-to-day needs. As times evolved, humans developed the ability to dedicate more time for themselves. They needed to fill up their time with alternate means. And thus, the concept of entertainment was born. This was all well and good, until we […]Read More Animals for Amusement