By Rebecca and Katarina Agius Jager, EEB1 We live in a decaying society, an exponentially less personal society, an ever-more demanding society, the seeds of which have been sown by … Read More
By Madara Thein, LUX1 S3ENB Have you ever wondered if there’s a perfect mourning routine? If there is, are you following it? And is it really that great? Well, there are many morning routines which … Read More
By Silvia Andreoletti, ESF . The Covid-19 pandemic has been undoubtedly the most impactful, ongoing event of the year 2020, influencing every aspect of our lives. In most parts of Europe, the crisis seemed over by late spring, but with rumors of a second wave coming and the beginning of school inching closer, is returning to business as usual really the best course of action?
BY Ava ABHELAKH, EEB4, S5NLA. COVID-19, the virus that went from just killing the elderly in Wuhan China to killing over 180 thousand people worldwide (at the time of this … Read More
BY Ava ABHELAKH, EEB4, S5NLA. Water is the one thing we all need. We can go about 3 weeks without food, but only 3-4 days without water. Water is the … Read More
BY Ava ABHELAKH, EEB4, S5NLA. [UPDATE] Italy is the new epicenter of the COVID-19. Italy’s total number of cases is now over 59.000, and with a death toll near 5,500 … Read More
As you are all well aware, WHO (World Health Organisation) recently declared the Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. What does this mean for us?