We are in 2020 and, thankfully, in the past few decades more and more people have been drawing more attention to the problem of various kinds of discrimination. Citizens of the world slowly develop an understanding that we are all different, and
In our current climate, a day dedicated to living together in peace might seem futile. The threat of climate change, the global pandemic, the current developments in Afghanistan, and the recent invasion of Ukraine are just a few of the countless issues
Learn about the dangers of poetry, the lessons from collaboration, and the role of Ukrainian poets in this second part of our two-part interview with acclaimed poet, translator, and scholar Oksana Maksymchuk. For part 1, click here. This interview was conducted online
On February 24th, I woke up at 5 am to my mom’s message: “Hey, we’re all fine, just in case. I have already called everyone“. Half-asleep, I thought: “This is great news, but why do I need this information so early in
In an increasingly globalised world, where cultures clash more than ever before, this article takes a brief look at what it means to be a Third Culture Kid (people who were raised in a culture other than their parents' or the culture
In this first part of our two-part interview with Oksana Maksymchuk, acclaimed poet, translator, and scholar, she talks about the power of poetry in times of war, the intricacies of language, and the important but impossible form of art that is translation.
No, social freezing has nothing to do with the pandemic and self-isolation. Social freezing involves the preserving and storing of a woman’s oocytes, or egg cells, until pregnancy is desired. Egg freezing, medically known as oocyte cryopreservation, has always been an optional
Social media has changed the way news is produced and consume, but how exactly does it affect us in how we relate to global crises? A look into the current situation.
The world rang in 2022 not too long ago, and while most people are still working hard on their new year resolutions, some others are enjoying the creative works that were released on January 1, also known as Public Domain Day –
Over the years in a world that does not stand still, poetry has lost relevance. It has gone from being a historical tool for cunningly and creatively converting discourses, to being reduced to the “clichéd love quotes on Valentine’s Day” by many.
Increasing globalization over the last decades has revealed the need for new teaching methods that are tailored to the linguistic diversity often found in language classrooms. While multilingualism had been dismissed in the past and considered to be detrimental to the acquisition