Category: Blog

Pandemic Results in an Outbreak of Social Revelations.

By: Sabila Siddiqui For the first time in history, we can save the human race by lying in front of the tv doing nothing. Let’s not screw this up. It’s a coronavirus pun-demic, dark humor is thriving more than ever, consuming the striking events of this year. But, moving onto the real concerning the topic […]

The Struggles of Refugees in Turkey

By: Ekinsu Kabadayi The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has affected many countries and continents in a very short time. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic and asked countries to take stringent measures to stop the spread of the virus. That same day, the Turkish Ministry of Health, announced the […]

Kaleidoscope

I look out of the window, aching for the sun’sglimpse,only to find clouds of uncertainty floating inBetween my heart and these clouds, there’s adiscomforting resemblanceboth in need of letting go of some water tofeel relieved!Every time I step out of the doorI see noses peeking out of the masks,blessed to smell the marigolds,but equally guilty […]

Realise, Relax and Retreat

Ever since the pandemic of COVID-19 hit the world, there seems to be no end to its longevity. The never-ending quarantine that the pandemic has left us with, seems to have created a myriad of turmoils and discord inside each one of us. With each passing day, the effects of COVID 19 on various aspects […]

The Role of Youth in the Pandemic Crisis

The Role of the Youth in the Pandemic Crisis Connect with Haya on Instagram Here By Haya Mohammed Abu Jledan Differences Us At the beginning of this pandemic, I wanted to help, even if it was in the most simplest of ways. As a university student, I knew I had gained enough skills to make […]

COVID-19: Difficulties Across the Globe

Difficulties Across the Globe By: Husnaa Fathima Ali A Khan The novel coronavirus in just a few months has spread to almost every country, infecting millions and killing hundreds of thousands of people. Pre-COVID,  families celebrated festivals in person and had dinner with their relatives without having to worry about wearing a mask or contracting […]

The Story of Our COVID 19 Relief Fundraiser

“For those of us in a position of relative privilege, we have a moral obligation to give and support others in the ways that we can. And in that process of giving, we inevitably find fulfillment and hope. “