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Artificial Intelligence: Is There More Than Meets the Eye?

Written byTina
on 2017-12-22
Artificial Intelligence: Is There More Than Meets the Eye?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been of great help to humanity. These days, it permeates almost every aspect of human life, making our...

News

North Korea Accepts South Korea's Proposal

Written byAntranik
on 05 January 2018

After recent tensions between the Far East and the USA, North Korea has accepted to hold talks with South Korea on the 9th of January to discuss inter-Korean relations and the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The Winter Olympics were supposed to be suspended and/or transferred to a “safer” region because of the North Korean nuclear threat and because of Pyeongchang’s risky location,  about 80 kilometers from the...

The Murder of Rebecca Dykes

Written bySabine
on 04 January 2018

Both the Lebanese and British communities have been deeply shaken by the heinous murder of a young British woman in Lebanon. On December 16, 2017, an Uber driver was arrested for the murder of Rebecca Dykes, a British woman who worked at the British Embassy in Beirut in the Department for International Development. The murderer immediately confessed that he killed her and then threw her on...

Net Neutrality

Written byLea
on 20 December 2017
Net Neutrality

Net neutrality has created a lot of controversy lately. The reason it is so important to many people is because it guarantees that internet service providers treat all data equally, without discriminating or charging differently depending on user, content, website, application, etc. On Thursday and Friday, the U.S President's son, Donald Trump Jr., tweeted a few points about net neutrality, mocking the FCC’s deregulation and stating...

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Art & Culture

Florence Frees Female Renaissance Artists

Written byPaola
on 2017-12-23
Florence Frees Female Renaissance Artists

The Renaissance period, which lasted from the 14th to the 17th century, was considered the bridge between the Middle Ages and Modern Art. Some of the most famous Renaissance paintings include the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, The School of Athens by Raphael, and The Creation  of Ada...

Pick of the Month

"Men Don’t Cry. Why?"

Written byPerla
on 2017-12-11
"Men Don’t Cry. Why?"

While the world has been progressing and moving forward, in some cases, the human race has actually taken a few steps backwards. Humans continue to suffer from endless problems, with sexism on top of the list. One o...

Humanely Speaking

#MeToo: A movement, Not Just a Moment

Written byThea
on 2017-12-29
#MeToo: A movement, Not Just a Moment

Women have always been the victims of sexual harassment. Since 1998, nearly 17 million women have reported sexual assaul...

Incredible Lebanon

Lebanon Welcomes 2018

Written byPerla
on 2018-01-02
Lebanon Welcomes 2018

On Sunday, Downtown Beirut was filled with excited crowds all ready to welcome the new year. Hundreds of people gathered...

#Good News

Going Green in 2018

Written byMayssa
on 2017-12-30
Going Green in 2018

Nowadays, almost everyone goes to work or to school using a car or some form of public transportion, which takes a toll...