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Living to Die: “The Wall” by Jean-Paul Sartre

November 17, 2020

Early twentieth century Europe was defined by suppression, dictatorial power, and ultra-nationalism; otherwise known as fascism. Benito Mussolini was the first leader under this ideology, paving the way for future dictators such as Adolf Hitler. Their systemic murder of millions … Continued

Living Without Technology Among a Global Pandemic

October 14, 2020

  Preface: The COVID-19 pandemic has taken over the world. Almost everyone has been affected by the virus either directly, or indirectly. Social media has been flooded with social distancing reminders and masks have been integrated into everyone’s wardrobe. For … Continued

Third Week Reflection

August 31, 2020

One… two… pause… three! Our third week started with a much needed pause of classes after main campus occupancy fell from 60.5% to 15.1% in just one week. These two days “off” were spent in various ways: students packed up, … Continued