In another of our commentary series, reporter Bianca Giacobone remembers what it’s like to have a teenage obsession…and what it means to let it go.
When reporter Moira Warburton was fourteen years old, she was diagnosed with a condition that meant she needed hearing aids. Now, years later, she’s coming to terms with the fact that she’ll need them for the rest of her life. High school sucked for me in all the usual awkward ways. I was growing hair […]
HOST INTRO: And now for the next in our commentary series… Augusta Anthony reflects on a friendship that hasn’t gone as planned… We were sixteen and going to a Britney Spears concert. My best friend Niamh and I rode a boat along the Thames. We stashed gin and tonic into green plastic Sprite bottles […]
Sarah Wyman reflects on self-care, adulthood and the roommate she didn’t know she had.
In an age saturated with instant messaging, from Messenger to WhatsApp, Oliver Arnoldi has learned about the benefits of a slower method of communication.
Living in New York you can encounter a lot of interesting characters. Weird dates. Shady landlords… and, the occasional con artist. Amina Lovell tells us about her experience when she wanted to believe she could trade money for her..”big break.”
Weddings are a time for ceremonies and for parties. They’re a time for bringing two families together. And when a wedding also means the marriage of two cultures, it’s a little trickier, as commentator Nina Agrawal has found out.
It’s been less than a year since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage in all 50 states. That decision marked a major milestone for the LGBT community.
But as commentator Daniel Rostas argues, the country has a long way to go in terms of accepting its non-straight citizens.
Sometimes, to achieve your dreams, you have to travel all the way to the other side of the world. Many times, that can mean an exciting adventure. But as journalism student Henriette Chacar says, sometimes living far from home only reinforces what you left behind.