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Fighting the Floods: The Need for Better Social Infrastructure in Bangladesh
Global Health and Environment

Fighting the Floods: The Need for Better Social Infrastructure in Bangladesh

By Ruslan Rahman Edited by Arham Ahmed and Adeeb Chowdhury   Unless you’ve been living outside of Bangladesh you probably have experienced flooding this summer. The past few weeks most of Chittagong has been affected by flooding, causing broken roads and people unable to get to work. Flooding has been a major problem in Bangladesh … Continue reading

Begging Elephants: A Worrying New Trend In Bangladesh
Global Health and Environment

Begging Elephants: A Worrying New Trend In Bangladesh

By Ariyana Khan Edited by Arham Ahmed and Adeeb Chowdhury It was the end of another day of school. My eyes drooped with fatigue and I dozed off. I was awoken by the excited voice of my younger brother shrieking ‘Elephant! Elephant!’. Looking outside the car’s window, I spotted an elephant 10 to 12 inches … Continue reading

Building Leaders, Building Futures: How to Encourage Youth Leadership
Democracy and Political Rights

Building Leaders, Building Futures: How to Encourage Youth Leadership

  By Sreya Quazi  Edited by Sameer Abdullah and Adeeb Chowdhury   When we think of politics or politicians nowadays, all we think of is corruption, crimes and how hypocrisy is involved. The question is why. Why has politics become a subject young people don’t want to be involved in? It is clear that with … Continue reading

“Contagious Hallucinations?”: A Medical Mystery of Eerie Proportions
Global Health and Environment

“Contagious Hallucinations?”: A Medical Mystery of Eerie Proportions

  Written by Arham Ahmed Edited by Arham Ahmed and Adeeb Chowdhury It sounds like a notion taken straight from an apocalyptic fiction. Five individuals fell sick and began daydreaming consistently, taking after contact with one lady who began seeing things in the eerie times of night. The caretaker of a 78 year old lady … Continue reading