I feel like I have nothing important to share with you. Whatever I write about, someone knows more about it than I do, someone would come up with a better analogy to explain it, and someone would write about it better than I ever could. So what is the point?
Seasonal depression, or SAD: a disorder so common we seem to forget to treat it. But what are the actual causes of it? How can we make the cold and gloomy months more bearable? Take a look at our latest article, tackling this all-too-common struggle with the body’s natural response to the chilly, grey weather of the winter months.
North Korea: a country so isolated we barely know anything about it. Contrary to popular belief, it is actually possible to visit North Korea as a tourist! Whether you want to make a visit or not, Hanna Petöcz’s article teaches you about various systems and regulations in place in this authoritarian country, as well as information to keep in mind in case you do ever plan a visit.
Artificial Intelligence: when was it first thought of? Why is everyone talking about it? And, most importantly, could it possibly take over the world? Lara Santos’ article introduces you to this fascinating topic, and brings up questions we all want answers to…
Your family; sometimes frustrating but always important. What does it mean to have a family? Why is it good to have a family? Read more about the importance of surrounding yourself with people you care about in Sia Shah’s newest article.
In the balcony of an anonymous flat, a pot of agapanthuses was installed one beautiful spring evening. Follow the interesting events and incidents the plant witnesses from it’s humble balcony.
Explore a surreal journey of self-discovery through the multiverse. The narrator confronts emotions, memories, and existential questions, finding comfort in darkness. Don’t miss this captivating narrative.
The story goes from a normal morning to a shocking discovery of the mother’s murder, diving into grief and guilt. During therapy, unexpected twists arise, highlighting trust issues. Don’t miss this shocking article by Dhanishta Singh!
“When I was your age”. This is probably the most often used phrase by parents when giving a lecture. We all know that our parents grew up in a different generation, but could the world have been that much of a different place only a few decades ago? For the millions of Europeans that grew up behind the iron curtain, it was.
The world of words, their meaning, structure, history, and usage.
Words: fascinating when coming from a friend, boring when being used by a teacher. We all have our own vocabulary, and our own idiosyncrasies when using words, be it using a word too often or mispronouncing the number ‘three’. Whilst most people will never scratch the surface of all the fantabulous and silly words we call ‘advanced’, through this article you will!