In recent months, I’ve come across a multitude of petitions that were created by individuals, on topics such as Black Lives Matter, The recent explosion in Beirut, Implementing further lockdowns and changing the A level syllabus, amongst many others. Whilst the idea of thousands of
Secret Meetings. Paradoxical thoughts. Anger, so much anger: With not only yourself and your impulsive actions - but your marriage. Your secret lover. With Russian society. The world, even.
These are some of the feelings that Anna Karenina, who Tolstoy named the novel after, feels
The word ‘Epidemiology’ is the branch of medicine that deals with the distribution, patterns, and analysis of diseases. Recent events taught us that we need to not only recognise but also be able to appreciate the efforts that take place in monitoring healthcare. Epidemiology is
With everything that’s happening around the world right now - the Covid-19 pandemic ,increased tensions between countries and the prejudice against people of colour - it seems fit for anyone to offer a solution. Many liberals would argue that problems such as these, would not
When I read the words ‘child’ and ‘marriage’ together in any context, I am automatically stunned - mainly due to the fact that our society is deemed to be ‘modern’. Yet as I found myself watching BBC’s “Married at 15: America’s child brides” The truth
In this difficult time, It can be quite hard to focus on anything other than the news of the epidemic, or any updates on the lock-down - which is why I decided to compile a list of 8 brilliant books which I've read (and re-read!)