Odysseas Digbassanis

Face coverings are “a matter of common decency”

One of Albert Camus’s finest works, The Plague, is set in the Algerian city of Oran where a deadly and vicious plague ravages the local population. It is a cruel twist of fate that a novel of fiction teaches us so much about our current situation. Particularly resonant are the words...
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Posted Aug. 4, 2020

Warwick must do more to reassure its international students

Studying far from home has never been an easy pursuit. It requires a certain determination and grit to get though the tribulations of social life in a foreign place. Whatever country we hail from originally, our shared difficulty of circumstance is neglected.  It was a sign of hope for international...
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Posted Jul. 17, 2020