Returning To School: An Escape From Reality

By Amandla Karungi In school, we did not study because of a keen interest in the intersections of sets and the Pythagoras theory. We studied to pass our exams with high marks. It took me a very long time to finally realise that education goes beyond exam papers. School and the real world are often and surprisingly […]

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The Year of the Yes!

By Marie-Helena Mekolo After a weekly catch up call with a friend of mine, one spent exchanging the usual gossip and highlights of our weeks, we decided that 2017 was going to be the year of “Yes” for us. You see, I believe that we live in a world of routine. A world  where we’re programmed […]

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Who Am I?

By Natasha Museveni Karugire My name is, or (as we say in Uganda) my names are (because there are many) Natasha Lynette Nyinancwende Kainembabazi Museveni Karugire. “Natasha” because my mother had read War and Peace, the literary classic by Russian author Leo Tolstoy, while she was pregnant with me. Natasha was one of the main characters. And also because I […]

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When The Music Fades

By Noeline Kirabo Today I listened to a very lovely and soothing song that kind of just lingered in my mind and heart. It put me in a thoughtful and reflective mood that I had not enjoyed in a while for one reason or another. It was a beautiful feeling and I felt like I […]

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A Basket Full Of Water

By Eunice Aber I have had this problem for far too long. Or rather, I’m finally tired enough of this thorn in my side to talk about. I call it “A Basket Full of Water”. Crazy right? Ever imagined a basket full of water? I could never have imagined it had I not arrived at […]

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Define A Good Life

By Vivienne Amijee I do not know much about other school systems, but in Kenya, where I spent most of my life, a bell ringing meant the end of one period/class, the start of another or break/snack time. Break time bell was the best because it meant play time, eating time, gossip time and stuff […]

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How Not To “Put Out”

By Elma Asio Disclaimer This article is not meant to be taken too seriously. If you do take this article seriously, then well and good…but…I’ll give you one of those reminders that is often pinned up in public parking spaces; “…at your own risk!!”. If you do decide not to take this article seriously, then […]

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Twenty Five To Life

By Kye Makyeli A signature dish – It’s important to have that one meal that you can really cook, that you know will be good every time, and that you can take to potlucks and other events and wow people. Experiment with some dishes, find one that works, and perfect it so that it’s great […]

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When Death Knocks

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  • Feb 20, 2015
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By Kye Makyeli Many people have spent countless years of their lives trying to figure out life. Philosophers. Theorists. Thinkers. Academics. Logicians. And I can tell you that none has found a definite answer to it. But you know what’s an even stranger phenomenon? Death. With life, we are assured That a new life will […]

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