Republic of Cyprus

Interviewee: Peter Harrison Interviewer: Aykan Esen 1) What is your average weekday and weekend like? – How many hours do you go to school? I’m in school from 7:30 to 1:30. – How many hours of homework do you have during weekdays & weekends? I usually don’t spend more then 30 minutes on homework unless…

Sonnet 1

Should I listen to your words which fell from your mouth Dirt will love you as much as I hate you. Before summer has come you broke your vows Just like your eyes, corpses eyes are blue too. Stay in your coma, in your frustration Because I had rather to be in this noise Enough…

Lies Won’t Get Us Anywhere

“As a rule, men worry more about what they can’t see than about what they can.”. Julius Ceaser I believe that if people can know everything that they possibly can except for military secrets. The truth always helps people make healthier decisions. It might hurt a proportion o the people of the world but it…

Freedom of Speech

Machiavelli once said in his writings on how principalities should be ruled that you should let the people speak but not act. So in the end of the day you don’t see harm you are still in charge, and the people say what they want to say. However this doesn’t work that well. Lets give…

The Critical and Positive Stances Towards Imperialism and Imperial Legacy In Late 19th Century English Literature

Foreword Imperialism has always been an enigmatic topic of interest for me. The photos of British ‘good sirs’ with colonial hats hunting game and their black servants carrying their most important belongings, this was what I thought of when I was quite small. I still do not think I was so drastically wrong. After recently…

Nathan’s Special

Today Wake Up! Café has put its new delicacy to market. Last week, they started to make chocolate and coffee frappes however today a new frappe has joined to the Wake Up! Café family, which contains the delicious chocolate chip cookie of Wake Up! Café. Those who have tasted it liked it a lot. Melis…

The Speech Of Mute Freedom

Freedom of speech has become one of the most widely debated subjects of our century; the main reason for this is both the risks it carries and the unimaginable flexibility of its borders.  The constant shifts of the borders varies from country to country since there isn’t a global “Freedom of speech law” we can…

Freedom of Speech

The freedom of individuals’ expressing their opinions has always been the archenemy of the governing powers. The governing powers, or states, have always wanted an ideal citizen who does not question the government’s policies that much, and abide by the rules that the state set-forth. Through out the history, centralized autocratic governments have always succeeded…