HIV/AIDS linked to blessers

The term “blesser” has been popularised in recent months and it has a range of meanings, from a wealthy individual, to a young “sugar-daddy”...

Embassy of Korea runs essay contest

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the Republic of South Africa has opened invitations to enter an essay writing competition and win...

#FeesMustFall: Is it still about the fees?

The 2015 #FeesMustFall movement had the country wrapped in its cloak of idealism with students protesting together despite racial and cultural differences. It was...

The importance of political tolerance

As the election results are currently being captured, Student News Grid has decided to focus on one of many concerns raised during the run...

Embassy of Korea essay competition

The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the Republic of South Africa has once again opened invitations to enter an essay writing competition and...

How equal are women if our basic necessity is seen as non-essential?

There comes a time in every woman’s life where a thick, sticky, messy fluid flows fiercely down her inner thighs, staining her skin with...

#FeesMustFall… falling apart at UFS?

A bird’s-eye view of the #FMF movements that have gripped the country initially presents the viewer with an image of unity and solidarity amongst...

Grad Glory: The origin of graduation attire

Graduation season is around the corner for many departing university students and excitement is bound to be the main emotion expressed throughout the celebrated...

Why #SteynMustFall at UFS

Kickstarted in 2015, various student movements across the country have sought to highlight the ways in which university campuses have remained untransformed in democratic South...

Is Academic Success the Same as Intelligence?

One year, back in high school, the academic hierarchy of our class faced a major shift. Out of nowhere, one of the students started...

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