By Yasser Ali Nasser, Oxford College
From Murakami to Roy to Xueqin, these eight novels prove the English language has no monopoly on creativity.
In the words of Jefferson, “A little rebellion now and then is a good thing and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.”
Twenty years ago, Monica Lewinsky gave a blowjob. Though nobody knew it then, the act would go on to massively influence the cultural and political climate of today.
Don’t believe me? We’ll see what the history books say.
For a genre cloaked in leather and screaming, the music is surprisingly sophisticated.
One is looking forward; one is looking back.
Why the controversy in the UK might feel like déjà vu to Americans.
Non-fiction might seem boring, but these are the kind of books that can change your life.
As demagogues spring up across the world and England leaves the EU, the tyranny of the masses seems realer than ever before.
From test taking to writing statements of purpose, here’s what you can expect from the PhD application process.
Though repeated mass murders have calloused the American public, politicizing tragedy without allowing time to grieve is not the answer.
With the show’s finale on the horizon, here are ten other series to tide you over till season seven.
Because no one protests like the French.
As “X-Men” proves, the only thing worse than a bad film is a good film that could’ve been great.
The greatest irony of the show that critics have called “gratuitously” violent? Most of it is based on real historical events.
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