By Alfonso Gorostiga If given the task to describe yourself with only one song. Would you be able to do it? What if you were given 10 songs? It would not make it any easier either, would it? For certain, our music taste does reflect our true selves. With music intrinsically connected to the subconscious,Continue reading “BASIS Music Committee: a couple of ideas on music”
By Gemma La Guardia In recent months, the president of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu has been the subject of a number of ongoing corruption investigations, launched by his own chief of police, Roni Alsheikh. He is embroiled in four separate cases, while his wife, Sara, is being indicted for using public funds for the Netanyahu’s household’sContinue reading “Bibi’s Bye Bye Ballad”
With the second semester well and truly upon us, it may seem that this first issue of BAISmag is a little late. However, with this semester comes the first language lessons of the first years, the elective stress of the second years, and all-encompassing chaos that the third years will be living through well intoContinue reading “Issue 25: Spring Issue”
By Warsha Autar Dear No one, In almost every fairytale the princess is saved by a true love’s kiss, and in others, the princess’ tears of love save the cursed prince. If there is one thing I have learned from the wonderful students on campus is that everybody has a story. Everybody has their ownContinue reading “Happy Valentines day”
By Warsha Autar Warning: This letter contains spoilers of the first episode of Deep Space Nine and the movie New Years Eve. Dear No one, The loud whooshing noises are deafening and the stars are dazzling. “For the love of Godiva, Don’t push that button!” I shout at my screen. Thankfully Bashir listens to myContinue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”
Since the making of this video, The Kitchen has joined together with the Amsterdam-based initiative Taste Before You Waste and have taken on this new name. Taste Before You Waste is an initiative focused on the prevention of food waste. By: Antonia McGrath
Simone is in her early twenties and looks like any other university student, she’s pretty, wearing ripped skinny jeans and trainers, and you’d never guess what she does for a living. Simone works for a high-class escorting agency, making more money in one night than most students will earn in a month.
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