Sasha Patel, BA History and South Asian Studies (Hindi Pathway) So, tell us a bit about yourself. What do you play, what’s your style? I’m Edith Katiji, leader of Edith WeUtonga, a self-taught bassist. I started as part of an all female band from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, which was a project funded to train women musically. […]
Gaia Tan, BA Development Studies and Social Anthropology
The most eco-friendly form of consumerism is not engaging in consumerism. That being said, we all like to look good whether it’s on a budget or treating yourself on payday. Looking for affordable, sustainable fashion in this day and age is like waiting for rain in this drought – useless and disappointing. For those looking for a middle ground, here is my list of thrifting options for the fashion forward Londoner.
Ahmed Youssef, 40, is a Syrian national. He had a family of five, including three children. He had a life in Aleppo, Syria until the civil war began.
I’m on my year abroad in India, studying Hindi in Jaipur, Rajasthan. I just got back from visiting friends and family in Delhi, and I’m in a café, trying to write a Postcard to SOAS. But in my experience there are two SOASes, and I wonder which SOAS I’m writing to.