Go vote for the University Council Elections!

When we vote, we take back our power to choose, to speak up, and to stand with those who support us and each other. Even at the university level, voting

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Depp v. Heard: The Bandwagon Nature of Public Opinion

If you have been anywhere near social media since the beginning of April, I can assume that you’ve heard of the ongoing defamation trial between John C. Depp, II and

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Stolen Babies Remain an Open Wound in Spain

During the Spanish Civil War and Francoist Spain, thousands of newborns and young children were taken from their parents and brought to new families or orphanages. The aim was to prevent these children from being raised by parents whose political stance did not match the state ideology.

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Guantánamo Bay: “Hunt down and punish those (not) responsible”

Although former US-President Obama promised to close the prison during his campaign in 2009, Cuba-based Guantánamo Bay is still operational to this day, more than twenty years later. The prison

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The effects of colonialisation on climate change

Earlier this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth report in which the word “colonialism” appeared for the first time in 30 years. The IPCC, the

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The Let-Down effect: when the pressure is finally off, but sickness kicks in

It is only one more week until the exam period is officially over. You might already have finished, or you might still be spending day after day in the university

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Victor Orbán wins again

When on April 3rd the results for the election in Hungary came in, many people were clearly shocked. Even though the opposition party had hoped to end up close to

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What is ‘The Great Reset’ and what are its dangers?

Posters on ‘the Great Reset’ have sprung up all over the country, with the significant words ‘you will own nothing and you will be happy’. What exactly is meant by this phrase, where does it come from and what are its potential implications for our democracy?

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Bridgerton and the visibility debate

On March 25th 2022 the world shifted a little bit again with season two of bridgerton finally bein released. In 2020 the world got introduced into a little show called

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The glorification of drug abuse

Recently, I have been thinking a lot about media and how it shapes our thinking, doing, being. I also heard a lot about the tv show Euphoria (2019) lately, which

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