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Saturday, February 16, 2019

MIND: Undiagnosed Mental Illness – Do We Need Labels?

Kaitlin Shaw articulates why labels may be implemented in mental health, and what effect this has on those using and seeking them.

Governance versus Scholarship

The previous edition of the Saint featured an insightful piece by Nick Cassella entitled Elitism versus common, in which he exposed the hypocrisy evidenced...

The Middle East real estate stalemate

The crisis between Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip is not centered on something so abstract as ideology; it is based on something banal yet fundamental: land.

Universities are for Everyone

The last issue of The Saint published an article penned by David Earnshaw titled “Universities are not for Everyone." While I think that the...

Devil’s Advocate: Should Britain adopt the alternative vote?

Yes With the alternative vote (AV) referendum due to be held in May, the British public will be given the chance to make a progressive...

Reeva and the Eighth Minute

A few days ago, I discovered that, statistically, one South African woman dies every eight minutes. My mind cycled through three different thoughts: first,...

Devil’s Advocate: Is this shambles of an election the result of...

From allegations of rigging to corrupt media platforms, Henry Ford and Jonathon Skavroneck tackle the cause of the most controversial election in history.

The prince and the media

Boy meets girl, girl uses respected degree to become a professional “accessory buyer”, boy becomes pilot, they break up, they make up over some...

Devil’s Advocate: Are Trump’s interventions in Syria justified?

Yes People convulsed in the streets unable to breath, there were “children lying on the ground, in their last breaths, their lips going blue [...wherever...

The last taboo

David Earnshaw questions why support for tuition fees is so unpopular among students.