Shut Up And Go
By Chimdi Ihezie
June 24, 2019
3 min read
By Raphaella Brice
June 21, 2019
4 min read
June 20, 2019
6 min read
By Alyssa Perrott
5 min read
By Mike Antonio
June 19, 2019
By Rose Mikhail
June 18, 2019
After committing myself to 4 stressful years of college, I thought it was only right to treat myself to a 3-week getaway to the Pearl...
By Zoe Abdel-Moneim
June 17, 2019
2 min read
By Shamsa Derrick
My whole life has been centered around two things: school and upholding expectations set by my deeply Habesha family. Growing up as the oldest of...
With the popularity of the beauty world having soared to Burj Khalifa heights, French pharma hauls in the loved-up capital have become as common an...
Where my expats at? This one’s for everyone who’s studying abroad/doing a gap year/remote working/just plain up and moved–and know the struggle of coordinating visits...
While studying abroad in Brazil, I’m lucky enough to have a stipend from my financial aid that covers rent and food (depending on where I...
I felt something different in Cairo. I felt home. I bring home everywhere with me, but I felt extra at home here. I’m not Egyptian;...
June 13, 2019
If you think of Paris, you’ll probably think of the metro, that glamorous mode of transportation flooding the feed of your favourite Parisian influencers. And...
I love postcards. The sleek and the tacky, the clean and the cheesy, the vintage and the holographic. I frequently write, send and hoard them,...
June 06, 2019
1 min read
Although last semester was potentially the most life-changing semester of my life, it is basically impossible to sum up in a sentence or two. Most...
By Hannah Trais
June 04, 2019
8 min read
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It's Damon. It's Jo. And it's Damon and Jo.
I’m Egyptian born and raised. My mother’s Egyptian, my father’s Egyptian, all my grandparents are Egyptian – you get the point, I’m as Egyptian as...
By Noran Morsi
I know I’m a city girl, but after the week I had, I might be open to reconsidering. 10 days and 5 cities. Thanks to BritRail,...
By Mahlet Moges
May 31, 2019
I’ve been to London before, and it’s somewhere I wouldn’t mind visiting often, it straddles the line between pastry scented cobblestones and good ol’ concrete...
May 29, 2019
I’m a real romantic, and I’m not one bit ashamed about it. I’m not romantic in the borrrrrring typical rom-com way though… where every single...
By Danielle Conlon
Salvador, the capital of the state of Bahia, is also Brazil’s capital of Afro-Brazilian history and culture. Known for its historic colonial center, the African...
May 28, 2019
Apps are great, shows with subtitles are bomb, and Spotify playlists are a godsend. But when it comes to languages, nothing beats having an actual...