All in Issue 2 2018/2019

La protestation au Niger

En avril 2018, dans la ville de Niamey au Niger, Africa 24, chaîne de télévision de langue française africain, a affirmé que la loi de finances 2018 faisait l’objet de débat au parlement. Dans leur vidéo, les Nigériens hurlent dans les rues pour démontrer leur désapprobation pendant une manifestation qui durait quatre mois. Ils expriment leur colère contre le gouvernement par rapport aux nouveaux impôts et les dénoncent pour avoir accordé des cadeaux fiscaux d’une vingtaine de milliards de francs CFA aux compagnies de téléphones. Grâce aux médias, on peut se renseigner sur l’évènement d’actualité. …

Photo Credit - Boureima Hama (AFP)

Voting Matters

here is a reason the middle class is always addressed by politicians, and one of them is that the middle class consistently turns up to vote. If we don’t exercise this right, what is the point of living in a democracy at all?


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Tips For Commuters

Being a commuter doesn't take away from your university experience. It just takes a bit more effort compared to living on campus. However many Glendon students are commuters, so many of us are in the same boat. Here are some things that I've learned along the way to make my commute as smooth as possible.

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Review of Brockhampton's Iridescense

Merriam-Webster’s defines “iridescence” as “a lustrous rainbow-like play of color caused by differential refraction of light waves that tends to change as the angle of view changes.” The latest album from hip-hop collective Brockhampton takes this rather technical term as its title, and it fits well.

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