Going to study abroad for a short period of time as an exchange student can be exhilarating. But how do you prepare for the experience, and what should you expect?
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Many individuals understand that music is not just a tool used to entertain ourselves. Music can also motivate, encourage and aid individuals in becoming more productive. Here are five distinct…
The one thing no one can take away from you is your education. Knowledge is power. Give yourself a head start, get a university degree.
If you are currently a member of YSEALI, and are interested in creating change in your community, apply today to be a part of the Women's Leadership Academy.
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In a society that rarely considers the true female perspective as anything worthwhile the ever-damaging male gaze has always had a chokehold as to through which eyes we look at…
How Kipepeo Films Empowers African Communities Through Art and Movies: An Interview with Clotilde Bertet
Learn about Kipepeo Films and how they make an impact.
Sometimes the most comforting thing in uncertain times is reading a book that really gets what we’re going through.
"Any one of us could choose to or be forced to become a migrant or refugee at any time and, on an individual level, we would hope that our right…
What’s the Fair Start Movement and How it Leads Us Towards a Better Future: An Interview with Carter Dillard
Since he is engaged in three fronts - human rights, animal rights, and environmental rights, Dillard shares his perspective on how they all come together and build a gigantic puzzle.