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I feel my style is evolving. Like every blogger out there, my aesthetic gravitates towards minimalism with my colour palette consisting of black, brown, grey, and white (or cream). 164 more words


Time for reflection

…And just like that, the first semester of my journalism honours degree has come to an end. Oh, how it has flown! I wasn’t sure if I’m cut out for the hardcore world of journalism when I began the course, and to be honest, I’m still not sure. 245 more words

Semester 1

UCT students take a stand against rape culture

Earlier this week UCT students took to Jameson Plaza to protest the university’s rape culture.

A large group of UCT students were seen on Jameson Plaza bearing signs that protest against the university’s rape culture. 490 more words


My first field trip!

I’ve just started an M.Sc. project looking at genetic connectivity in fynbos endemic birds (starting with Cape sugarbird, Promerops cafer, and orange-breasted sunbird, Anthobaphes violacea… 4,347 more words


So, what do you do again?


I’m at a family lunch, a friend’s birthday party, or even just standing in a store aisle when someone I kind of know asks me, “So, what do you do again?” This has happened so many times, because for some reason the term ‘general B.A.’ doesn’t stick to people’s brains as well as ‘medicine’, ‘law’, or ‘business’. 1,126 more words

Because of a woman.

The film Woe.man explores the minefield of the female body

“… women don’t feel safe in their own body…” This was a phrase that Noli Masango used when she pitched her film concept, … 845 more words


Disrupting UCT: A Small Victory for #PatriarchyMustFall in the war against Cisnormativity

Signs and posters used by protesters during the sit-in at Graça Machel Hall residence.

A group of UCT students gathered at Graça Machel Residence on the 9th of April to engage in a silent protest. 803 more words