The Big Chop

by Palesa Kekana There is a prevalent link between long hair and femininity in society. From a young age, women are conditioned to subscribe to beauty standards which dictate long …

Owning Your Humanities Degree

By Dale Choudree, Career Development Advisor and Humanities Graduate, UCT Careers Service The reality of the world in which we live is that of an increasingly competitive labour market. As …

A Red Sea For The Brave

By Yusuf Adams Let us walk into a post-legendary era. A land once known for enchanting fruits and biblical landscapes, a place where mangoes grow all year round and hibiscus …

Why Can’t I Connect?

  Have you ever walked onto campus and been happy to see that your Wi-Fi has connected automatically? Yes? This was not the case on Sunday night, April 23rd. My …

Maximum Price, Minimum Food

By Phophi Tshikovhi You’ve just had a long day on campus. Your hunger and fatigue both started long before your lectures ended and the only thing keeping you sane is …