Month: November 2016

A glimpse of the world through artistic eyes

In my fantasy world lingers a question, an anxious question, pertaining the elements which affect a human being’s existence. We are utterly compelled by and unquestionably embrace and accept with no argument whatsoever that science is the backbone behind and on which our very existence is mounted. My question, concern and argument is about the

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Technological Art

No matter what we do, technology will always control our lives. It is like art to us because even the most traditional of us are obsessed with it and cannot live without it. If you’re reading this article right now, it’s because you have a computer, phone or tablet connected to the internet. If later

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Is gender segregation in schools beneficial or detrimental?

Gender by definition is the conception of tasks, functions and roles attributed to women and men in a society both in public and private life, and as such it has both good and bad parts. First and foremost, it results in poor performance of a pupil in a class. This is where a child who

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Teaching social behavior in learning institutions

Society is usually considered morally upright and successful when all of its members confine themselves to the acceptable social norms. It is for this reason most people coexist peacefully. In addition, social behaviors are not innate in nature; they are extrinsic factors that are instilled into individuals in many ways. However, the main bone of

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Save the planet

In a world fixated on fossil fuels and revised economic systems, there’s no surprise that the individual comes first. However, is that truly more imperative than the world that mothers us? As humans we have a strong tendency to put our needs first; we always look for what benefits us. Ultimately this psychological mindset has

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Neoliberalism to the Detriment of the World

Privilege affords opportunities, which in turn creates opportunities for more privilege. Few are able to recognize this pattern, and those who have managed control have confused the rest of the world into alienating each other. There are countless clichés which worship one’s individual ability to overcome exponential barriers, but these clichés allow followers a sense

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A broader education for a more well-rounded student

What most easily comes to mind when we think about education is the academic stuff. For me, it’s a dark green board filled with equations; you know those long monstrous ones that look like they were invented specifically to torture non-genius minds? Those things give me the jitters. Yes, of course, academics are important and

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Do schools and universities have responsibilities to educate their students on social behavior alongside the academic?

In the society that we live in today the responsibility of raising children has shifted from parents to house girls, grandparents, relatives, family friends and teachers in the learning institutions. Are our children getting the best in terms of being raised morally right individuals? Well, with no doubt, the answer is absolutely NO. This is

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Education: A powerful weapon to eradicate corruption and terrorism in the world

Nelson Mandela said that “education is the most powerful weapon for changing the world”, which implies that the educated elite are entangled with a difficult onus of changing the world. But it is now antithetical, as graduates who are expected to be changing lives are found destroying them with their various attitudes. Since schools and

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The White World

For decades, ice has been there. Ice was used by our ancestors to refresh , like in playing games and cooling down during hot days. Today, ice is used for many functions like; playing games and sports, refreshing and preserving food and drinks. Did you know that there are big ice blocks in the world?

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