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Lost Generation

Chatter, laughter and electric thunder
empty bottle down and full bottle open.
The strained sound of glass and the all-numbing haze.

Into the gaping maw of oblivion… 71 more words

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For Whom the Bell Tolls (no spoilers)

I’ve always respected Hemingway’s writing but never really enjoyed it (in my limited reading). For Whom the Bell Tolls, though, I enjoyed thoroughly and found much more engaging than, say, … 304 more words

Lit Crit

"Hemingway And Faulkner In Their Time" by Earl Rovit and Arthur Waldhorn: Review

“Writers should work alone. They should see each other only after their work is done, and not too often then.”
– Ernest Hemingway

“A man works for a fairly simple range of things: money, women, glory; all nice to have but glory’s best, and the best of glory is from his peers, like the soldier who has the good opinion not of man but of other soldiers, who are themselves brave too.” 328 more words

Books

RE-ENGAGE. ENACT CHANGE.

Editor in Chief Roisin Taylor examines what CUSU elections can tell us about student engagement in national party politics and shifting priorities.

Every term at Cambridge is a little different, a little more stressful, a little more confusing. 837 more words

Lost Generation

Comfy yet Chic :)

Lately it’s been so hard to find clothes that are comfy yet cute and presentable. It’s a struggle every girl has, so you’re not alone! I recently found a store called Lost Generation and I’m obsessed. 86 more words

Adi Hudea

Four year old Adi Hudea, a Syrian girl who ‘surrendered’ to a photographer mistaking his camera for a gun.

Adi Hudea’s father died in the 2012 Hama massacre, she has been living with her traumatised mother and three siblings at Camp Atmen ever since. 42 more words

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No room for South Africa’s lost generation

South Africa’s original lost generation birthed by apartheid has evolved into three, to include those suffering from HIV/Aids and the current generation facing unemployment, says Professor Matthew Lester of Rhodes University. 575 more words

South Africa