In the last few years, the world has faced endless crises. Whether through COVID-19, political instability, or economic crises – it is no surprise that Collin Dictionary’s word of the year is ‘permacrisis’. The biggest crisis of 2022 has by far been the Russian invasion of Ukraine. So how have the Ukrainians handled it? Estimates […]
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ASCS provides a summary of the most influential policies put forward, both from the students’ perspective, and the economy.
Read More 2023 Budget Review | ASCS
The new parking rates at Campus Hub are now unaffordable for university students.
Read More Students in uproar at new Campus Hub parking rates
A perfect opportunity for students to practice as lawyers in a Family Court simulation!
Read More JCA announces first annual Moot Court
The European Law Students’ Association Malta has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’! ELSA (The European Law Students’ Association) is an international, independent, non-political, non-profit-making organisation run by and for students. It is comprised of students and recent graduates who are interested in academic and personal excellence in addition […]
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It is abundantly clear that this week’s KSU Freshers’ Week was turned into a platform for big companies to sell their brand and create a hyper-consumerist environment on the University Quad. The lack of investment in students’ organisations was apparent due to the fact that student organisations were only given two small tents away from […]
Read More Studenti Graffitti condemns KSU Freshers’ Week’s “business over students”
Junior Chamber of Advocates has officially joined as members of the ‘A Bird’s Eye View’s Organisation Area’!
Read More JCA joins BEV Organisation Area
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 […]
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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
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 […]
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