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An Alternative View on Medical Ethics

May 31st, 2022

The categorical imperative brings forth an alternate view on medical ethics that can improve the doctor-patient relationship.

Hell on Earth – My Journey Through Inferno

May 6th, 2022

My descent into insanity began more than a year ago, as I was walking downtown late at night. I was in a bleak period of my life, wherein my heart felt no joy nor pleasure, only pain.

Why is LGBTQ Un-African?

December 21st, 2021

The main reasons why Africa has such a restricted vision of the LGBTQ community are because of its colonial history, homophobic political systems, and the influence of religion.

The Artist’s Retreat: Art, Zen, and the Self

August 11th, 2021

Zazen, a practice which teaches how to empty the self, offers artists a way to connect to the creative process in ways that questions how we ascribe meaning, encouraging artists and Zen practitioners alike to abandon the trappings of the “self” and to privilege the process over product.

Toyin Ojih Odutola: Mythology and Lines

July 5th, 2021

Odutola reclaims the right of blacks to their own universe and perception of reality, as a whole experience on its own, without having to anchor it on the white experience and colonial impact.

Interview with Humanities Award Recipient Stephanie Barcan

June 23rd, 2021

An interview with Stephanie Barcan the 2021 recipient of the Jennifer Harris Memorial Humanities Award.

The End of an Era

June 16th, 2021

In this piece, I wanted to show the last moment of King Arthur, or more specifically, his era.

A Glimpse into Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere’s Love Affair

June 13th, 2021

A series of letters depicting the correspondence between Sir Lancelot and Queen Guinevere. Originally planned as love letters, these are more of a heated back and forth between the characters than declarations of love

A Piece of Foreign Wisdom

June 10th, 2021

When I was a young student, roaming Europe eager to flood my eyes with the beauties of past centuries, I once witnessed a peculiar encounter…

Visual Art as Politico-Cultural Affirmation in Palestine: Identity, Trauma, and Optimism

June 7th, 2021

Contemporary Art in Palestine effectively critiques Occupation by affirming Palestinian identity through both the commemoration of struggles past and present as well as the communication of hope for a brighter future.

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