Posts byNadia Winona

The Dilemma of Vaccination Passports

The use of vaccine passes aren’t without precedent – in the 1920s, most American schools required proof of smallpox vaccination from children wishing to attend. Nevertheless, talks of introducing the Covid-19 vaccination pass (termed as the Digital Green Pass) by the European Commission seem to be causing an especially controversial debate, especially within a population
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Room For Discussion: Tom Standage on Journalism, the Future, and Everything in Between

Holding the virtual interview with Tom Standage on Facebook Live was comically ironic – the discussions that were about to unfold advocated for the redistribution of power away from social media monopolies, and yet we were using the largest one of all. Being a journalist, author and technology wiz, the recent political, technological and social
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Lucie Fink: Entrepreneur, Video Producer & Lifestyle Host

Lucie Fink Morris is a New Yorker and an established video producer and lifestyle host, having been featured on The Today Show as a millennial expert when she was only 19 years old. She started her impressive portfolio while she was a student at Johns Hopkins, with content ranging from 30-second stop motion videos to
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Kajol Phadnis Patel: Consultant & Content Creator

Ms. Patel is a senior consultant at Deloitte and a content creator on social media, posting insightful weekly videos and posts on management consulting. She has amassed impressive achievements such as graduating from Imperial College with a bachelors in engineering, where she participated in setting up multiple start-ups before landing her current role. Kajol actively
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Rostra’s Choice: The Power of Habit

Title: The Power of Habit: Why we do what we do and how to change Writer:  Charles Duhigg Year of Publication: 2013 Review: Charles Duhigg is an investigative reporter for the legendary New York Times. In this book, he takes his readers through case studies and real-life experiences revolving around the Habit Loop. Duhigg argues
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Australia’s Green Future

In an increasingly aware global population, sustainable and clean energy sources are topics almost everyone have heard of by now. The recent environmental catastrophes due to global warming include Australia. Australia is both a significant exporter and user of coal. It is also the world’s largest coal exporter, with over half of its energy exports
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How beef with China can cost Australia its actual beef business

By now, we are all well versed in the gist of the pandemic we are currently living through. Well-versed might even be an understatement; over the course of the year, seemingly all news outlets have focused on the pandemic or subjects related to it almost exclusively. Majority of us have familiarized ourselves with the statement
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