Recent years have seen disillusioned voters move away from moderate standpoints towards populist parties on both the left and the right of the political spectrum. Populism’s rise can be linked to the mental separation of ‘established elites’ for whom the system caters to, and the ‘ordinary people’, who are left behind.
Now more than ever, life for university students can be stressful. Is free support for students and their mental wellbeing provided by universities enough?
What are the implications that authors face when promoting their books on social media platforms? Most people are aware of the side effects that come with social media use. This article focuses on authors’ struggles specifically.
Is higher education free of institutional racism? The case of C. H. Turner, a 19th century African American scientist, might answer this question.
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