Adiba’s perspective: Ever since the Nobel Prize winners have been announced, there’s been a lot of conflicting opinion on the Prize for Literature. Bob Dylan, is not exactly “literature” by any defining paradigms but then again, I suppose, what is literature? The dictionary simply defines it as “written work,” which would expand the definition of… Continue reading Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize Win Is Not “Redefining Boundaries”
This morning, 150 women stepped into the science gallery with their femfest lanyards swinging from their necks, coffee in hand and smiles on their faces. It’s not a sight that most of us see. It’s brilliant to have spent a day surrounded by bright, young women who aren’t just perceptive of the world around them… Continue reading Femfest: The Past, Present and Future of Feminism
Adiba – Dublin The 24th of September was a day of solidarity for women across the world. On this day, women across the board poured into the streets to show support for the right to choose. In Dublin, we marched to repeal the 8th Amendment. To stop the unnecessary pain, suffering and death that Irish… Continue reading Marching For Choice: Dublin, Berlin, Utrecht
Adiba’s Perspective Waking up the morning of the election was honestly kind of confounding. And that’s coming from me, a non-American. I can’t even imagine what my American friends and family feel. Mere days ago they were happily sporting their “I voted” stickers, trying to keep optimistic in the midst of a fight for, essentially,… Continue reading What Does Trump’s Win Mean?