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Posted Avatar Rajna Removic , Student

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Rajna Removic
Member since October 8, 2016
  • 24 Posts
  • Age 18

The discussion on art and its importance can go on for pages and pages. Its richness and value demand being explained precisely and in detail. However I, as every other efficient and urban millennial*, will spill its essence over this roughly one page blog post. You, as another busy, modern-age "scroller’’, will want to read something concise and captivating. I promise I’ll take only 5 minutes of your time. (You can start the clock... now.) ART. 04:59 minutes Art is digital for us. I admire a...


The effects of alcoholism

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ella
Member since October 19, 2018
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Most of the time when we think of alcoholics we think of people who lost their jobs or homes, are divorced or abusive. For many cases this perception is untrue, but nevertheless, the effects of alcoholism are still strong and dangerous. My mother was an alcoholic. She was your average stay at home mom who liked to rant about her political views to seven year old me on our way home from school. She drank for a long time because of depression and anxiety. This tore my family apart, her and my dad...


Will the youth of today be better fathers?

Posted no picture Shashank S R , Student, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

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Shashank S R
Member since October 12, 2018
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For many of us, our fathers are a constant source of inspiration. Mine was my first superhero that I looked up to since my childhood. I believe this is mainly because our fathers can do what others in our lives cannot. He fixed most electronic devices including remotes, mixers and night lamps when it was needed the most. He showed some tricks with the cricket ball that none of the boys mastered. He taught us how to ride a bicycle or motorbikes and even repaired most of the time. He could repair...


Standarized testing - Fair?

Posted Avatar Isabel L. , UNICEF Club Member

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Isabel L.
Member since April 21, 2018
  • 6 Posts
  • Age 17

While taking the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) for the third year in a row, I began to think about "standardized testing" in a more in-depth way. In recent years, I have taken ISTEPs (my state's standardized testing), PSATs, an ACT, and an SAT. I have listened to countless universities say that they take a holistic approach to the college application reviewing process. I have studied for the many different standardized tests, but for what? What do standardized test scores represen...


This is why I am reaching out to an anti-feminist today

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Member since May 29, 2018
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 16

If you ever go to Lima, this is my advice: before heading to Cuzco or Cajamarca, take a bus to a place called Villa María del Triunfo. It is one of our pueblos jóvenes, young towns, where the dust and dirt from unpaved roads are the patina that covers houses rarely taller than two stories high. Ask for a place called Pamplona Alta, and you will be directed to a hill, un cerro. You will see tiny green, blue, yellow houses growing all around the road that leads to the hilltop. Stop when you see a...


The Comfort in the Uncomfortable

Posted no picture Carly

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Member since January 3, 2017
  • 11 Posts

It was the most mundane thing that got my mind racing the other day: A question in my psychology textbook.How much alike are we?Very, I thought to myself.Because we are all human. And I think realizing that, understanding that we are much more alike than we are different, will allow us to not only build peace, but sustain it. But how do we do that in a world where our differences both define and divide us? In a world where it is differences that have caused the Syrian War to rage on for seven ye...


Do not choose violence

Posted no picture Mariah Alesna , student

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Mariah Alesna
Member since September 8, 2018
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Currently, there are a lot of things happening on our own planet: technology is now mesmerizingly developed; the outfits teenagers wear has drastically changed. But the belief “Violence can solve any possible problem” has been the discord of every country and every person. Especially when it comes to territorial arguments, people believe that violence is the answer.The usage of extreme violence and declaration of wars have never an option nor a solution. Why? Violence has given nothing but guilt...


Is Using Technology in School Effective?

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Kenching
Member since August 14, 2018
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Technology has taken over our world in the past several years and it has really had a great impact on humanity. It helps people do things that otherwise look impossible to attain. It also makes work and processes easier and faster which helps towards the economic success of different nations. People don’t only apply in doing jobs, but also in teaching. Using technology in school is very effective for the students because it helps them to access many learning materials, it strengthens their digit...


A life-changing 6 weeks

Posted no picture Khanim , International Realtions

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Khanim
Member since October 8, 2018
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I spent 6 weeks of the summer of 2018 in Bucharest, Romania in the Caro Summer Camp. From the moment I signed my contract with AIESEC Azerbaijan, until the day I left for Bucharest I was really excited and nervous.When I started my work in the camp I was quite shy and depressed during the whole day, nevertheless, I dealt with my problems and turned myself into a better version of myself. I stepped out of my comfort zone and just one step changed my life.The 6 weeks spent in Bucharest taught me h...


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