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By Rachel Jiam I once saw a nervous and quiet Chinese girl named Rose, who had a locker not far from mine in high school. She passed me everyday and
By Joanna Abdulhamid In histories and narratives on Palestine beginning in the late 20th century, women are said to have played a large and successful role within the first intifada.
By Kwasi Hoffman In Michael Ondaatje’s In The Skin of A Lion, he rewrites the traditional historical account of the construction of Toronto’s infrastructure. While the official account focuses on
By Basma Deef Contemporary psychiatric care is cognisant of how the effects of trauma can be lifelong as well as intergenerational, especially as a substantial consequence of western colonial capitalist