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Irene Promodh. April 12, 2018.
This year, we received an unprecedented amount of both international and local submissions that discussed the theme of “Uncertainty, Stability & Cohesion: A Transforming Middle East” at this year’s MESSA conference. 608 more words
Whenever I watch a movie that’s considered a classic for the first time, I always ask myself, “What makes this film a classic?” There are a number of components to that question and one of them is asking whether the film has changed or added anything new to its respective genre? 1,709 more words
No Offence But… is a column by Harleen Osahan where she rants about things that bother her about academia, politics, and life.
I love academia. 406 more words
There are candidates and politicians I like better. There are candidates and politicians I like worse. None are perfect, because all are fallible human beings who willfully and routinely put themselves in a position to make morally gray choices, often if not always among options of which none are what a regular person might call good. 297 more words
I know that it is October….but stop and think about the incidents and events that were reported in September…A new book, an anonymous Op-Ed and an Obama speech in the first seven days of September appeared to reveal dangerous insider moves against a dangerous, but constitutionally elected president. 217 more words