As measures to contain the spread of coronavirus transform public life, activists are having to alter their forms of protest. With many governments discouraging, or even prohibiting groups from gathering, mass protests are becoming impossible….
Maeve Flaherty relays her experiences returning home from a locked down Peru—another view of the lives disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis
The four editors of Melbourne’s oldest student publication, Farrago, give an insight into their work, student experience and the issues facing students in their home in Australia.
46 people died in Delhi last week. BJP police watched as Hindu mobs dragged, stoned and murdered their Muslim neighbours. The 903 arrests made since have disproportionately targeted the Muslim community. A brief timeline: in…
The global invasion of the novel Coronavirus, now christened COVID-19, shows no sign of stopping. In the most recent situation report from the World Health Organisation (WHO), there are upwards of 85,000 confirmed cases of…
“When I boarded my flight to Iowa, I had no idea four days later I would be a precinct captain, grabbing the microphone from the caucus chair and fact-checking CNN.”
Annalise Myre, an undergraduate in Georgetown University Class of 2023, comments on her experience as a student volunteer for Joe Biden’s campaign for the fraught Iowa caucus earlier this year.
Tiyani Rikhotso, senior editor at UCT’s leading student newspaper VARSITY, reports on the day in the life of UCT student Kelsey Maggott.