Opinion

The Non-Economist’s guide to Valentine’s Day

Are we too wasteful on Valentine’s Day? Is Valentine’s Day just a marketing scheme? Here are the non-economist’s tips to save some cash on the day of love.

Why do we make bad decisions?

By the non-economist Illustration by Cesilia Faustina We suck! Yes, that is how I am starting off this article, because well, we do! Humans have been known to constantly choose and make bad decisions. We are living organisms that are selfish and in tune to emotions rather than logic. How do I know this? Please […]

Labels are for clothing

Why is being labelled so important? Living in a society revolved around labels, what are we suppose to make of it? Is it positive, negative or just weird?

Women with disability and beauty standards

Are women with disability undesirable? What does the beauty standard mean for women with disability and does this mean more labelling?

Talking politics and racial divide: the story of a black Republican

What does it mean to be a black Republican? What can America expect for a future and could Trump really have point? One man seems to think so.

Are we just selfish when mourning?

Do we cry or do we feel sad when a loved ones have passed because we’re just simply selfish? What’s the reason behind the fear of death?

Redemption

What can we expect from a person’s mind? Is the human mind the only form of escape in a world of chaos or could it be it is the key to our redemption?

Single Moms & Sons

How do you think not having a father figure will affect the way you were raised? The perspective of one son in the hands of a single mother.

Who pulls the strings?

Is it possible for humans to constantly stay morally correct or is it simply something non-existence?

Shades in Spades

“The colors of the vast, Segregating with pain and shame, The distressed hoped it wouldn’t last, Instead there’s change in the way to play the game.”