Buckle up students! Again this week, campus will shape up to the activities of two groups, The UoM Citizenship Society and To L’Opinion Compté. In line with the celebrations of Independence Day and International Women’s Day, you are invited on Monday and Friday for SO MUCH…
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8th of March rhymes with International Women’s Day; a day to celebrate women in her grandeur, in her elegance and in her strength. Pallavi Gungaram is one such woman who has been thrust in the public sphere last June for her winning the coveted title of Miss Mauritius, amongst other, and who has stood solid in face of numerous backlashes of her sudden notoriety. 1,189 more words
Illinois’ first same-gender couples were married last week after a judge’s ruling found withholding marriage licenses until June 1 of this year to be unconstitutional. At the same time, Loyola University in Chicago, a Jesuit institution, began implementing a new policy banning same-gender couples and others from marrying on its campus. 637 more words
Last Thursday, Feb. 13, our editorial team set for Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius as soon as classes finished at noon. Covering the UoM Chef 2014 was a must, and already late - the competition being scheduled to start at 10 am – we hopped onto the first bus.