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For & Against: The Gig Economy

  IMAGE by David Zeleznikow-Johnston FOR by Andie Moore The gig economy has become the new piñata of regulators and unionists alike. I am not going to pretend it works for everyone or for every profession. However, it is indisputable that gig work suits some people, particularly those least likely to get work. Here is […]

28 May 2018
Cheese

Ever heard of cheese nightmares? Nup? Well, count yourself lucky.

28 May 2018
Overpopulation: Other People’s Problem

Katie Doherty looks at overpopulation

28 May 2018
The Do’s and Don’ts of Ball-Tampering

Rohan Byrne looks at the physics behind the tactic

28 May 2018
Ghosts of Tenants Past

Alex D. Epstein becomes a vigilante photo-returner

28 May 2018
I Love Age of Empires II

Kaavya Jha on the evolution of gaming and identifying as a “gamer”

28 May 2018
An Open Letter

Veera Ramayah addresses white allies

28 May 2018
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Lawful Neutral

Luke Macaronas talks with Benjamin Law about gay voices in journalism and hate-fucking politicians

18 May 2018
Careers in Nursing: An Interview with Nurse Lucy Osborn

It feels like just about everybody knows a nurse, whether it’s a friend, a relative, or themselves, but do we actually know what it’s like? Long nights, thinking on your feet, and for Lucy Osborn, a love affair with her bed after a gruelling shift. I spoke to Lucy ahead of International Nurses Day about […]

11 May 2018
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