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JOURNALISM

OP-ED: THE DANGER OF ETHNIC CATEGORIZATION AT THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER by ENOK CHOE (United States)

Issue 1.2  September 2019

In November 2018, the horrific picture of a migrant mother and her daughters fleeing tear gas at the U.S.-Mexico border exploded on social media.

OP-ED: CLOTHES DONATION? SORRY, BUT IT'S NOT GOING TO WORK ANYMORE by JUNFANG ZHANG (Singapore)

Issue 1.2  September 2019

Perpetually sitting in a corner of my room is a large carrier bag filled with cast-off clothes. As much as I have tried to avoid needless and impulse purchases . . .

OP-ED: TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE, AMERICA MUST PLAN HOW IT PLANS DEVELOPMENT by WILLIAM DASHE (United States)

Issue 1.2  September 2019

For my entire life, I've lived in the suburbs, more than long enough to learn that they are patently boring. However, after spending countless hours of sitting in traffic . . .

FILM REVIEW: THE FAVOURITE by NATHAN BROOKS (United Kingdom)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

It’s tempting to compare The Favourite, the latest film from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, to the present state of world leadership; this pitch-black comedy of manners is set in the court of eighteenth-century monarch Queen Anne . . .

THE KIDS AREN'T ALRIGHT by ANNA DAVIDSON (United Kingdom)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

Teenagers are the ones who change history. They have to be. It’s kids with lumps in their throats, bright blue sparks in their fingertips and purple-braced snarls screaming for equality who are the ones who achieve it, their words the upbeat crashdrum of change.