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18, half-Italian half-French, currently traveling the world on a gap year before starting university at Yale-NUS.

Why Study History?

A history degree is one of the most valuable you can achieve; here is why the world needs more historians as leaders and decision-makers.

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The True Icons of Feminism

March is Women’s History Month – now is the ideal time to honour some incredible, brave trailblazers of the feminist movement.

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Top 10 Web Series to Binge On

Believe it or not, there’s a high-quality, diverse, and freely accessible medium that gives you an alternative to the typical Hollywood productions.

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Behind The Scenes of History: Black and Queer

February was Black History Month and LGBTQ History Month. Here are some of history’s unsung heroes, and why we should remember & honour them.

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Best Coffee Shops to Study in Madrid

Here are four coffee shops in Madrid where to spend a quiet afternoon studying & eating!

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Hamilton: History Meets Musical Theatre

Lin-Manuel Miranda mixes Broadway, hip-hop, and the founding fathers together; the product is a masterpiece that is both retelling and making history.

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Bern-ing Up: Iowa and New Hampshire

Bernie Sander’s performance in the Iowa and New Hampshire Primaries and what it means for his campaign.

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Italy: Religion, Pasta, and… Homophobia?

As Italy’s same-sex civil union bill is debated in parliament, the country undergoes social acceptance changes that are both too slow and very welcome.

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The Secret Museums of Rome

You’ve heard of the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus, but do you know about Rome’s more hidden treasures?

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Cannabis, Risks & Dependence: An Interview With Dr. Wayne Hall

Dr. Wayne Hall, public health researcher and expert on drug use & addiction, discusses the main issues surrounding the legalisation of marijuana.

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The Pink Tax (Part 2)

In addition to the general “Pink Tax” on women is the tax you are subjected to each month because of your body’s natural process.

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The Pink Tax (Part 1)

How retailers and policymakers are cheating you every time you go to the supermarket – and why it matters.

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These Apps Will Save Your Life

These four mobile services designed to send S.O.S. alerts to emergency contacts could very well protect you from assault when in a vulnerable situation.

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Stem Cell Babies

Research suggests stem cells could someday be used in embryo creation, enabling LGBTQ and infertile couples to have children biologically related to both parents.

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Why and What Now? France’s Front National

What caused the recent surge of support for Le Pen’s Front National and what does it mean for France’s political climate as a whole?

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