The psychology of streaks as a tool for learning, a student perspective.
Why does the phrase “I’m dumb” seem to bring me, and others, such comfort?
Uncovering the sexism in semantic change.
Grammarly was designed mostly to be used in business rather than academic contexts, proving its service as a colonial project targeted to the teleology of late-stage capitalism.
Fluency entails more than just speaking and understanding, but also regaining an appreciation for the behaviours, attitudes and values I had discarded long ago.
Democracy and liberalism form important, useful and core ingredients of student activism. However, their origins in Western heritage makes these concepts potential tools for past and ongoing colonialism if blindly separated from their historical violence.
Every word you read, even the ones in this article, was constructed with an intended impact in mind.
Learning to love one's mother tongue.
Examining the patterns of sexual assault in public service, fuelled by universities.
Defending the arts as ‘useful’ may have the inadvertent effect of undermining their value.