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Life Advice & Social Matters

Life Advice & Social Matters

My take on grades

Grading systems can be tantalizing, find out more!

Life Advice & Social Matters

Microwave Meals for the Lazy

Don’t feel like breaking out the pots and pans to cook dinner? Come on over to find out how to whip up oats, brownies and more in a microwave!

Life Advice & Social Matters

Fragmented Thoughts on Democracy

Everyone always speaks about democracy in a positive light. Does democracy really exist? If it does, is it really good for us?

Life Advice & Social Matters

Thoughts of An Introverted Feminist: Homophobia

Malaysians need to accept the queer society and to do so we all need an open mind. It is okay to preach about religion but not okay to use religion as an excuse to dehumanize the queer community.

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Are men really trash?

As the title denotes, are men really trash?

Life Advice & Social Matters

Repercussions of Sexual Assault Allegations in Hollywood

The #MeToo movement has changed the game for Hollywood, yet less than one year later, the accused seem to have little to no issues in their return to the limelight.

Life Advice & Social Matters

The Greatest Bucket List Ever Made: For the Students, By the Students

This semester, yours truly, with the help of others and of course, yourself, are on a mission to create the[…]

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Mental Illness

A fashion statement? Mental illness is considered to be a taboo topic of conversation by most, due to its nature[…]

Life Advice & Social Matters

Thoughts of an introverted feminist: Sexist much?

You may thing sexism in this era may not be as severe as years back. Yes, it’s true. However, sexism exists but in a more subtle way that we all sometimes ignore. Both genders experience them. There are sexist statements for both men and women. In this day and age, equality is everything. So, let’s fight for the rights humankind deserves.

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A Distraction

A formulated discussion about society and the public being distracted by media from the more imported subjects in the world.