I always wondered what it meant to be a “President” and to be a leader. Elections taught me to be led by your members as it is their principles which you will carry through all that you do. So instead of forcing my traits on them and telling them what leader I am, I spent… Read More My “Leadership Issues”
1am this morning I start to receive emails and messages, ping after ping, from students saying they have no water in their showers or kitchens at Pure City. One student asks if I can come visit. Knowing what these students have gone through over the past few months, the ongoing problems, and few willing to… Read More Pure City: Today’s Troubles
Photography by Ayman Ramsey Al-Juzi and Slice of Simplicity.
A multi-million pound mural painted by Russian-American artist Mark Rothko was defaced with large black writing yesterday in the worst security breech to hit London’s Tate Modern. Outrage ensued on social networking site Twitter as Rothko began trending. When I hear stories of art being defaced, whether it’s renowned work or simply on the street… Read More Art vs Journalism. Who can we trust as a source of truth?