Written by Nelli Naukkarinen TRIGGER WARNING: Discussion of sexual violence In October 2010 the famous Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) fraternity of the University of Yale, with very famous alumni such as 5 former U.S.A presidents, four vice presidents and numerous famous businessmen, politicians and influential figures, was banned for a
Written by Luiza Jacovaz In times of elections, a mix of feelings, ideologies, perspectives and opinions are put at stake in a country. Citizens argue, social media posts are published every second with thousands of opinions and political campaigns, and the country begins its electoral race. When it comes to
Written by Lena Cohen Zennou In his book called Toxic Data, David Chavalarias, the Research Director of the French National Centre for Scientific Research, states that “the Facebook news feed has become one of the most influential sources of information in the history of mankind”. This quote sheds light on
By Federico Arcuri Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to a variety of reactions in the West. For instance, strong economic sanctions have been inflicted on Russia by Western countries in order to damage the legitimacy of Putin and his supporting oligarchy. Another reaction has been, in some cases, the
By Zuzanna Mietlińska & Joanna Sowińska While the large-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022 surprised more than one, information on the war can be found on a wide spectrum of different sources. Ranging from press, television, but also social media, graphic images of the bombings and the wounded are shocking.
Ukraine: The Response from the West By Margaux Marzuoli, Uilson Jones, Federico Arcuri & Fernando López Having covered the Eastern European response in yesterday’s article, a second part on the Western response was needed. The unified reaction of the European countries cannot be understood in isolation, but only in relation
By Uilson Jones, Zuzanna Mietlińska, Chira Tudoran Due to repeated rhetoric about a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on the side of the US, the beginning of 2022 was very tense for people in Eastern Europe. However, when the war eventually arrived at Europe’s doorstep, many were caught off guard by