In this short introductory case study to Pakistan, we will be highlighting the most prominent factors in each category of risk: social, economic, political, and geopolitical in an effort to educate more individuals about country risks that exist outside of decorated Instagram fact posts; real risks that no one seems to be talking about. Continue reading Pakistan Risk Mini Case Study: A Nation with Chronic Pains
As we move into the middle of July, many children and teens are gearing up to return to school, many of which will be in-person (finally!). Catherine offers some advice for incoming freshmen to make the most of their year! Continue reading Advice for High School Freshmen/Ninth Graders from a Junior
Almost everyone in the Canadian province of Ontario has seen an optometrist at some point in their lifetimes. After all, they are crucial in maintaining the health of one of our most important senses: sight. Despite this, they’re about to get a lot more scarce. Continue reading The War on Eye Health in Ontario
While this year’s Pride Month may look slightly different with fewer street parades and in-person gatherings, online celebrations stand firm. With the global spring slowly reaching our feet, it is up to us to keep up, starting with debunking common misconceptions about the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading 5 Common Misconceptions About The LGBTQ+ Community
There’s a new US holiday in town. Falling on June 19, its name is Juneteenth and it’s here to stay. But, if you’ve never seen or heard of the term before, you’re probably wondering, “What’s so significant about June 19th?” Continue reading The New US Holiday: What is Juneteenth?
Happy AAPI Heritage Month everyone! Together, we are educating on and celebrating the AAPI community, today by introducing 11 music artists to follow! Some are brand-new to the scene and some household names, but there’s sure to be something for everyone! Continue reading 11 AAPI Music Artists to Follow
Happy AAPI Heritage Month everyone! Together, we are educating on and celebrating the AAPI community, starting with modern AAPI films to watch. Ranging from action to romance to comedy, there’s something for everyone! Continue reading 17 AAPI Movies and TV Shows to Watch
The word disability is defined in the dictionary as “a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person’s ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities and interactions”. There are a variety of different disabilities that exist in the world, but nowhere in the definition of a disability does it state that having a disability makes you completely different. Continue reading Why Reverse Integration Programs Are the Next Step to Full Integration
Feminism is about more than just women. Feminism is not the degradation of men. Feminism has finally become the “Little Engine that Could”, chugging along the newly set tracks through hills and over rivers, but then COVID-19 came along and smashed the steel and bolts to pieces. Continue reading Feminism vs. COVID-19: How a global pandemic has failed more than just our vacation plans
Our world has come a long way since the emergence of human kind. However, when we compare childhood lifestyles of the past and of the present, were the ‘Good Old Days’ as much better as some seem to perceive? Continue reading Is Modern Culture Ruining Our Childhood?