‘As much as the necessity of remote studies can be understandable, it shouldn’t seem far-fetched for institutions to find healthy methods of learning while simultaneously keeping it online.’
By Aisha Fatima, BA Social Anthropology (Hons) All these colourful forces might at first seem as if they are at war with each other but are truly working in harmony to create peace. Reference taken from Laura Barbosa.
The winning entry of the ‘Enough is Enough: Sexual Abuse and Violence Awareness Week’ poetry competition
By: Anonymous Memories of that moment remain suspended around me like fractured glass Twelve I The first time it happened, I had walked with his crying wife, she wasn’t sure she would ever be a mother. I reassured her she could play dress up with me for as long as she liked. She laughed, but […]
By Amelia Casey-Rerhaye, BA Arabic Since 2020, EU nations have used illegal operations to push back 40,000 asylum seekers in the Mediterranean. An investigation by the Guardian linked these actions to the deaths of over 2,000 refugees. I would like to introduce you to Front-LEX, an organisation dedicated to holding the EU and the European […]
By Amelia Casey-Rerhaye, BA Arabic After a couple of attempts at this recipe you’ll be whipping up this magical dip in ten minutes. For those of you students lucky enough to have a blender or food processor at your disposal, this one is for you. The key to the perfect hummus cannot be found in […]
‘In the context of the ongoing strikes, it has recently become obvious that many students at SOAS are encountering trade unions for the first time;’