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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

1956 All Over Again?

For over a year now, the media has been filled with images of violence and brutal suppression which have emerged from Syria. The West...

The Pill: Free Love?

When oral contraceptives, or as they are more commonly known ’The Pill’, hit the market in 1960, women became more empowered than ever before....

Out in St Andrews

The hate mail recently sent to the University’s LGBT society, described as “shocking” and “impossible to not take personally ”, has given rise to...

After Tahrir Square

As long as I’ve lived in Cairo, it seems as though every time I tune into the Western media I see and hear stories...

The @KateKennedyClub, who caused a storm on Twitter with their parody...

A Humble Suggestion For preventing the proletarian students of St. Andrews from being a burden on their peers or the university, and for making them...

Politics of a Feminist Conference

It may not seem like the most exciting way of spending Reading Week, but sitting in a room with several hundred feminists was an...

Covered up

There is a photographer around town, maybe you have seen him. Strutting on the rugged cobblestones of Market Street on one of those sunny...

Web Exclusive: Interview with Occupy Wall Street Activist Yotam Moram

1. What is the organizational infrastructure of OWS? Do you think the massive expansion of OWS movements all over the world can lead to...

Arab Spring & Wall Street Fall

In my New England boarding school, we had a ‘Free Speech Box’, a wooden-framed 1x2 foot box—with a lock. All content displayed in the...

A Resilient People

The ubiquitous greeting in Malawi is not always informative; “Ndili bwino kaya inu?” says a young man to a doctor in Blantyre’s central hospital....