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My home is no longer a battleground+

By Phumeena Balasuberamaniam. A sense of belonging is not attained simply by sharing nationality, religion, race, language, or social hierarchies,...

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Pigeonholes+

By Farwa Ali. I had the privilege of traveling to Saudi Arabia with my family to perform ummrah, a pilgrimage...

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Where I am meant to glow+

By Hella-Genet Fesehaye. The calm waves mimic the gentle flow within my veins and I imagine the bright, beautiful sun...

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A Wiser Outlook+

By Sonia Jalbout Published on December 8, 2014 I was wide awake listening to the sound of car horns 12...

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City, Nature, and Beyond. New To Photography? Where to Explore+

By Mark Avila Published on December 8, 2014   *** Mark Avila¬†graduated from UTSC in June 2014 with a major...

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Meena Bazaar, Dubai+

By Shazia Sunderji Published on November 13, 2013 From the minute I boarded Emirates flight 242 to Dubai, I knew...

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Traveling alone in India+

By Kanka Chaki Published on April 4, 2013 In 2007, I backpacked alone through the West Bengal villages in India....

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Beyond Expectations+

By Olivia Dagbo Bags packed, money counted and passport in hand, I entered the Greyhound bus with high expectations and...

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“You have arrived at your destination”+

By Marziyeh Sheraze Published on April 3, 2013 It was late in August and near the end of summer when...

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One Trip, Three Versions+

By Madeleine K. Smith Published on March 31, 2013 From that summer, I remember this. Basically: Colour, light, movement and...

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