By Caragh Aylett. The statistics of the Holocaust stopped being numbers to me and became people. Seeing a room full of hair, clothes, shoes, glasses, photographs, it was impossible not to think about each individual, to compare them to ourselves, or to members of our families.
By Victoria Bullett. After many hours crammed in Economy seats designed for Oompa Loompas, I finally landed at Incheon International airport. I was going to spend two semesters at Korea University, in Seoul, and I had no idea what to expect.
By Athena Kung. There’s so much more to Chinese New Year than you might expect, and given it’s coming up next week, I figured I would try and demystify it a bit.
By Athena Kung. Going on holiday is always fun. However, in light of increased awareness surrounding environmental degradation and conservation, maybe it’s time we stop leaving everything behind when we go on our next adventure and keep our environmental consciousness with us.
By Weixuan Lu. Consisting of more highlights Cambodia has to offer, and some traveller’s tips at the very end, this is the second of two articles focusing on Cambodia.
Cambodia is the friendliest country I have ever visited. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by good and happy people every single day during my trips there.
By Richard Roberts, Law and Politics ’76-’79 At times, I do think my life has resembled…