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Friday, 14th December 2018
CRITIC’s CORNER: “Perks of Being a Wallflower” & “The Hobbit”

Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 by in Series

The Hobbit Type: Feature Film Genre: Fantasy Review by: Fatema Ahmed Bilbo Baggins had decided to abandon his thirst for adventure and spend the rest of his life among the company of books, following the concept of better safe than sorry, and simply settling down in his humble hobbit home. All this was until a […]

TRIVIA: Sandwitch Photoshoot?

Posted on 15. Mar, 2013 by in Series

Long Words! This week’s long word is actually the name of a lake in the USA.. It’s called “Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg”! (Don’t even try pronouncing it..) Actually when I first wrote this word I felt like as if a cat had sat on my keyboard and caused this to be the output.. The fact that this is […]

EUROGOAL: Turn of Luck?

Posted on 12. Mar, 2013 by in Series

In what can only be described as one of the most exciting weeks this season, read about all the action in the three major European leagues, as well as the FA Cup.. Or scroll down to get a tasty preview of what promises to be a night to remember in the second leg of the […]

THE WEEKLY CONTINENTAL: Leaders or Criminals?

Posted on 10. Mar, 2013 by in Series

Africa      After a one month long political crisis sparked by the assassination of lawyer and political leader,Chokri Belaid, Tunisia reaps the fruit of “marathon negotiations”– a newly formed government cabinet. The drop-out of three political parties (WAFA Movement, Parliamentary Freedom and Dignity Bloc, and Democratic Alliance Party) from negotiations left the coalition government, led […]

TRIVIA: The World’s Largest Pizza?

Posted on 08. Mar, 2013 by in Series

Long Words! Long words have always been funny to me, maybe because the first long word I ever heard made me laugh, and since then all long words just became funny to me. That’s why I thought I should introduce to you every week some interesting long words. This week’s long word is “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”! This […]

EUROGOAL!: Heating Up

Posted on 05. Mar, 2013 by in Series

Premier League: With 12 points gap at the top, the relegation battle might go down to the wire. QPR’s second away win of the season returned hope to the Hoops with a couple of 6-pointers coming up. The North London derby on Sunday was a major encounter as only 4 points separated Arsenal and Spurs […]

CRITIC’s CORNER: 1984 & Life of Pi

Posted on 03. Mar, 2013 by in Series

1984 Type: Novel Genre: Dystopian Fiction “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.” These three slogans have been resonating in my mind ever since I’ve finished reading 1984. They summarize the manifesto of a system, so shockingly totalitarian, that Hitler’s and Stalin’s dictatorships pale in comparison. Imagine a world where everything is state-controlled. […]

THE WEEKLY CONTINENTAL: Elections and Resignations?

Posted on 03. Mar, 2013 by in Series

Africa One would think Barack Obama has no further political ambitions, after winning his 2nd Presidential Term. That is not the case however, as Malik Obama, Barack Obama’s half-brother from Kenya, is running for governor of Siaya next Monday. Being related to the President of the United States, he also has summoned Barack Obama’s campaign […]