Cancer affects everyone’s lives. Even if you don’t have it personally, almost everyone knows someone who had it. And many have lost loved ones to it. Cancer doesn’t pick and choose, it just attacks. From the wealthiest to the poorest, … Continue reading The Fight Against Cancer
On Friday, the 13th of November, everything was normal in Paris. People were happy that the weekend was there, and went out with friends and loved ones for some dinner and drinks, or for their favorite band’s concert or cheered for … Continue reading Reflecting on the Paris Attacks
The UK has joined its coalition partners in carrying out airstrikes on ISIS to Syria. The Parliament overwhelmingly voted in favour of Prime Minister David Cameron’s proposal late on Wednesday night, with a margin of 397 to 223. Within an … Continue reading UK Starts Airstrikes Against ISIS
Once a rising star in the party, now just a failed Presidential Candidate. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal dropped out of the Republican Presidential Primary race this week. 3 down, 14 more to go. Governor Jindal was the latest victim of … Continue reading Jindal Makes It 14
Hillary Clinton won the first Democratic debate on Tuesday in Las Vegas, but Senator Bernie Sanders also performed well and delivered what he intended. In many ways, this debate was even more anticipated than the Republican ones, and it … Continue reading Hillary Won the First Debate but Bernie Delivered too
It’s a bit of a long shot, but Jay-Z’s latest announcement is certainly leading the music industry in the direction of the death of Spotify. On March 30, Jay-Z along with 15 other musical icons, such as Madonna, Kanye West, Coldplay and … Continue reading Is Spotify about to die?
Really, it’s too early to tell. Even though the election is only a month and a half away, the people can’t seem to decide. The latest official polls put the Labour party at 35%, and the Conservatives at 33%. This … Continue reading Will Cameron stay or go?