Opinion That Matters

How Sports is fostering New Hope

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This summer, the most anticipated sporting event in the world is taking place – the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics! Countries from every corner of the globe compete in several sporting disciplines, battling fiercely to win the coveted gold, and be dubbed Olympic Champions. Some may see this as a medium to divide nations, ethnicities and beliefs. Nonetheless there have been ... Read More »

Dear Youth, Start Voting for a Better Tomorrow

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The United States 2016 presidential campaign and political events going on globally have demonstrated that today’s youth are unhappy with institutional and structural injustices set by the precedent of our ancestors. Equal access to education, human rights, women’s rights, and climate change are polarizing topics our generation has striven to fight and die for. Given our multifaceted and diverse interests ... Read More »

How Orlando is coping after the deadliest mass shooting

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It’s hard to believe that two months ago, the beautiful city in which I have lived my entire life was home to what is being called one of America’s most deadly mass shootings. Home of the happiest place on earth (Disney World), Universal Studios and Islands of Adventures, Orlando houses some of the world’s most famous amusement parks alongside many ... Read More »

What does the 2016 US Election Hold for America’s Role in the World?

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2016 has seen the rise of a political culture mired in populism, with the dialectic divide between the left and right holding at perhaps its strongest in recent memory. Democrats have been divided into sects of pro-Bernie fundamentalists and grudgingly complacent Hillary supporters whose main argument is that, despite her ludicrous record of foreign policy erring’s and financial cronyisms, she ... Read More »

Organ Transplants are all too black and white

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As if the chance to undergo lifesaving organ transplants was not unlikely enough…This is a plea to get the next generation to give up what you won’t need anymore. It is hard to believe that whilst people lie in hospital beds tinkering on the edge of life or death waiting for organs, it will be the black and minority ethnic ... Read More »