For many students, the excitement of being accepted at Sciences Po quickly turned into a self-deprecating humor as the true nature of the school’s administration was revealed. While Sciences Po likens itself to the “Harvard of France,” most students would argue that the Menton administration does not live up to this reputation.Read More
Over the month of January for winter break, SciencesPalestine President Ysabella Titi hosted a book club to discuss the novel Against the Loveless World. Its author, Susan Abulhawa, is a Palestinian-American political activist and founder of the non-profit Playgrounds for Palestine, which builds playgrounds for children in Palestine.Read More
Dear Ada,What does it feel like to be a college student with COVID?
Not good. But that’s the obvious answer.
A campus takeaway on inviting controversial speakersRead More
Le Zadig interviewed Albert Frank, second year representative at the Conseil de Vie de Campus (CVC). He presented to us his work in the middle of the pandemic and his projects.Read More
11h44. L’heure de mon réveil et première bonne nouvelle de la journée, je me dis qu’aujourd’hui, je suis plus matinal qu’à l’accoutumée. Une fois n’est pas coutume, j’ai encore malencontreusement raté le cours magistral d’Institutions Politiques de l’éminent professeur Tusseau, pour la 6ème ou peut-être la 7ème fois, je ne les compte plus.Read More