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Flying Dutchman X Wellness Team

by Leonore Vaes, UWCM 9th of October, 2022 Illustration by Maripaz Sandaoval  The days are slowly getting shorter and the ghost-grey skies are officially marking the beginning of autumn. We…

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Are you tired of me talking about Palestine… but when did you ever run for Palestine?

by Mostafa Kharbouch, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by Narmeen Hamadeh (@narmeenh.illustrations) As I was walking the hallways to the tunnel we did for students who arrived late, I…

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Student submissions

Why Aren't We Talking by Ada Aydin, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Why aren’t we talking about that We left our homes, our cages Flew away, so far away Why…

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Autumn

by Marina Garlick, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by an AI Summer days have set, once again.  Falling, faster,  resting on the ground.  One last ray, then it's gone.…

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The Third Culture

by Annamaria Porta, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by Sufi Abdellah The first time I came across the term ‘Third Culture Kids’, about a year ago, I was absolutely…

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The Whispers’ Haunt*

  *In this case haunt takes on its meaning as a pronoun: a place that is habitually frequented. by Mianyi Wang, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by Ozias Silitonga…

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Art submissions

A Fruitless Answer by Mianyi Wang, UWCM Stumbling, We are intoxicated Not in the cheapest bottle from Gall & Gall Rather in an abstract notion we all pretend to know…

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The UWCM toilet crisis: have we reached the tipping point?

by Karolis Margis, UWCM 12th of July, 2022 Let’s go 2000 years back in time. It’s a sunny afternoon in the ancient Roman city of Ostia. The elite of the…

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Let’s make Toilets Great Again

by Karolis Margis, UWCM 12th of July, 2022 Being a member of our community for 10 months already, I noticed how there are many unaddressed issues - taboos - that…

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Don’t Drink the Juice

by Zia Owens, UWCM 12th of July, 2022 A case against perfectionism I was something of a pathological liar as a small child, throwing extra siblings and secret inheritances into…

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