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Karōshi Work Culture

The signs are all there. A chronic rasp in the back of my throat. Dry, bloodshot eyes. An inescapable tendency to space out. An all-too-familiar feeling, fatigue has become a staple of my existence. I can recal... Read More...

History of America and UNESCO

According to their website, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is dedicated to “coordinating international cooperation in education, science, culture and communication... Read More...

Macron is On The Move

Emmanuel Macron does not care. He does not care that his approval ratings are the lowest in modern French history. He does not care if he has been derisively christened the next Napoleon. And he certainly does ... Read More...

Manayunk Food Festival

Sunday, April 9th, I took the train from Temple University station to Manayunk, $10 for a round trip ticket. Looking down from the train, all I could see was a lot of black dots jammed together from afar. A lot... Read More...

An International Night

On Friday of last week, Freely Magazine, Temple’s first and only magazine devoted entirely to the international experience, hosted a hugely successful and impactful launch party. The launch party, which took pl... Read More...
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