Ahoj Reader, fellow Prague expat,
We are more than glad to reveal our November edition of our student-run publication! This month, we are trying to stay warm as the temperature begins to drop, Halloween has just ended, and the Christmas markets are about to make their appearance. But here at the feed, we are more excited about introducing two new platforms called ‘Creativity Pack’, and the ‘Whistleblower Series’, both of which were created by Vi. The first one (CP) presents a new space for us to introduce our writers and promote their artwork, be it documentaries, music, or any other artistic outlet of their choice. The second one (WS) consists of op-eds on the topic of whistleblowing, which is yet another way to get to know our writers.
But it wouldn’t be November without congratulating our writer Izzy Balogova and our mentor Peppur Chambers, both of whom have their birthdays today. Both of these ladies are incredibly vital and important to us, and we hope they enjoy their special days. Feel free to read some of their articles, or wish them a Happy Birthday on their social media sites if you want to.
As you graze along our site, we would like to introduce to you our new articles we have published. For November, we have two articles written by our editors which tackle issues such as feminism in Uber, and the floods in Vietnam.
Here is a list of our articles for this month:
- Creativity Pack I: ‘Foreignland in Prague’ Documentary Film by Kristina Bakeeva
- The Great Vietnamese Outpouring by Huyen Vi Tranová
- Should You Delete Your Uber Account? by Brittney Pilarcik
- Whistleblower Series I: Should a ‘Whistleblower Journalist’ Be Exempt From Going to Prison? by Huyen Vi Tranová
If you like any of the articles, feel free to share them with your friends and family.
I would like to thank my co-editor, who works relentlessly for the publication, and encourages me to focus and work with excellence. All the designs, dates, and fonts are done by Vi who has an exceptional eye for detail.
Written by Brittney Pilarcik.