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Grey area: My mother’s advice on uncertainty

The grey area. We all have heard and know that gray has never symbolized anything good (okay, maybe with the exception of Mr. Gray hehe). Grey has always been a sad, cold color. It has always symbolized uncertainty and everything indefinite. The only thing worse than black is gray. But is gray actually such a …

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Writing vs Listening: Are we getting lazy?

Nowadays, everyone seems to be listening to podcasts. But are they reading? Does that make them lazy? Why do people prefer listening to reading? I have been writing ever since I could write. At first, it was cheesy pathetic teenage-rom-com- I love you-you don’t-love-me-back – stories. Then it progressed to philosophical essays where I criticize society. …

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We need to talk…about discrimination

2020 has been a year like no other — started with a possible WWIII, to bush-fires in Australia, to a pandemic that infected over a million people and now something that starts to look like a racial war. As a media student, as someone who is trained to look for faults and holes into the system and as …

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Quarantine ended, now what?

Quarantine is officially over. So, after spending a month in isolation, without seeing our friends and family and some of us basically stuck in a different country with no way of returning, quarantine officially ended. At least in Europe. Quarantine ended, now what? In all my twenty-two years of existence, I never thought I’d live …