Issues

June 2018 – Twisted Morality

Dear Infected, Since the 1940’s people suffering from extreme epilepsy have undergone a surgical procedure called corpus callosotomy, to disrupt the electrical signals traveling between the hemispheres of the brain, which results in a condition commonly known as split…

Christian Hazes HOMEWARD - May 2018

Ilunga’s Game

Written by Christian Hazes: Unintentionally, Zaire defender Mwepu Ilunga achieved football immortality during one of the group-stage matches of the 1974 FIFA World Cup in Germany.…

HOMEWARD - May 2018 Laura Alexander

Portolaos

Written by Laura Alexander: In Athens time was thick and golden. From one day to the next I could hardly remember what I’d been doing – the opposite of tourism. One day I dragged together enough energy to…

HOMEWARD - May 2018 Sarah Osei-Bonsu

White Masks

Written by Sarah Osei-Bonsu, Staff Writer: I grew up in the most religious country in the world. Ghana is a melting pot of Christian, Muslim and ‘traditionalist’ African beliefs. However, the dominant religion is Christianity and it is fundamentally…