Friday, January 22, 2021
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In what will be the last article this year, we should remember the strangeness that has been 2020, but also the strange few years we have been living through. It was four years ago, in June 2016,...

Finding Purpose

Black History Month has brought a wonderful range of activities and art to campus (thanks to the African Business and Culture Society) and is a timely reminder to those not embracing diversity and inclusivity that we are...
It has been more than eight months since the first lockdown in Europe due to COVID – 19. Since then, the Stock Market dived to historic lows and in less than three months recovered hitting all-time highs,...

Updates on Brexit

“Brexit is at its final stage”, says the government officer at BBC News. Some progress has been made, however, other areas cause tension such as the fishing field and regulations on workers’ rights, environmental protection, and state...
In the years following World War 1, Germany experienced one of the biggest cases of what is called hyperinflation. While in January 1923 one loaf of bread cost 250 marks, by the end of the year in...
Working in sustainability is a desire I (fortunately) see growing amongst our Hult community. But when it comes to applying for jobs, many questions come up: ‘do I need an environmental-related management?’, ‘do I have the skills...
Graduating in 2020 was not quite what I was expecting. I don’t think it was what anyone was expecting at all. Finishing off my degree on campus, celebrating with my friends (many of which are now across...
Source (Instagram): alextropcool Insecurity, corruption and instability are constantly present in a large area in the world, unfortunately, Africa is not exempt. This matter generally results from dissociation of the...
There has been an exponential increase of the virus from Asia to Europe, which eventually spread to the African continent within months. As a result, it affects Senegal the same way as other...
As of 11th May 2020, total confirmed COVID-19 cases globally amount to more than 4 million with 280,000 deaths. The macroeconomic resilience of sovereign states is being tested amidst an unprecedented global economic lockdown. Businesses ranging from...

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