Posted on: April 24, 2022 Posted by: Michele Affinito Comments: 0

La fabrique des pandémies: an Eye-opening Account on the Future of our World

La fabrique des pandémies: an Eye-opening Account on the Future of our World By Michele Affinito | Magazine | April 24, 2022 Cover Illustration: An open book. Divyashree / Muruganandam Magazine reporter Michele Affinito reviews the book “La fabrique des pandémies” by French journalist Marie-Monique Robin, discussing the correlation between ecological disruption, loss of biodiversity, and viruses.  In a world trapped and shocked by the COVID-19 pandemic, La fabrique des pandémies…

Posted on: April 20, 2022 Posted by: Tessa Pang Comments: 0

A Tale of Two Countries Part 2: Interviews with Australians

A Tale of Two Countries Part 2: Interviews with Australians By Tessa Pang | Magazine | April 19, 2022 Cover Illustration: Woman with mask looking out the window. Andrea Piacquadio / Pexels Magazine Reporter Tessa Pang talks to Australians who moved abroad during the pandemic to find out how attitudes toward COVID changed when moving from a country with extremely strict measures to a more relaxed one. In PART 1 I wrote…

Posted on: April 19, 2022 Posted by: Tessa Pang Comments: 0

A Tale of Two Countries: COVID Information in Australia & the Netherlands

A Tale of Two Countries: COVID Information in Australia & the Netherlands By Tessa Pang | Magazine | April 19, 2022 Cover Illustration: COVID-19 statistics. Markus Spiske / Pexels Magazine Reporter Tessa Pang recalls her experience and anxiety with the differences in the flow of COVID information when moving from Sydney, a city in total lockdown, to Amsterdam, a city with barely any COVID-restrictions. When I moved to Amsterdam in mid-July…

Posted on: April 19, 2022 Posted by: Jang Kapgen Comments: 0

Protests for Peace.

Protests for Peace. By Jang Kapgen | Magazine | April 19, 2022 Cover Illustration: Protest against the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. Tamara Ka?uchová / The Amsterdammer Magazine reporter Jang Kapgen discusses the reactions of people across Europe to the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. He highlights the nature of the protests themselves and the various demands the protestors have of their own governments. On February 24, 2022, the world stood…

Posted on: April 15, 2022 Posted by: Kurt Kazan Comments: 0

Afghanistan in its Current State: A Humanitarian Crisis

Afghanistan in its Current State: A Humanitarian Crisis By Kurt Kazan | International | April 13, 2022 Cover Illustration: Young girl holding a child. ArmyAmber / Pixabay Metro International reporter Kurt Kazan explains the current humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. He describes the severe consequences this has posed for Afghan people on a daily basis, such as a hunger crisis and a collapsing healthcare system. It has been approximately six months since…

Posted on: March 15, 2022 Posted by: Ellie Hsu Comments: 0

The University of Amsterdam Provides Support for Those Affected by the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

The University of Amsterdam Provides Support for Those Affected by the Russian Invasion of Ukraine By Ellie Hsu | Campus | March 15, 2022 Cover Illustration: Kyiv, Ukraine. Gleb Albovsky / Unsplash Campus reporter Ellie Hsu discusses the University of Amsterdam’s efforts to support Ukraine and Ukrainian students that have been affected by the Russian invasion. Such support includes financial and psychological help, along with collecting various supplies.  With the ongoing…