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Żepp by Anton Saliba: An Exploration of the Human Psyche

Żepp is a Maltese monologue filled with symbolism, hidden meanings, and one which offers the audience insight into this character's thought process. This piece was written and performed by Anton Saliba, directed by Chris Galea, and was presented to audiences in...

Malta’s own Time Machine

In the midst of the panoramas and retouched selfies that make up Instagram, the occasional photo of a Maltese time long gone by pops up. This is courtesy of Magna Żmien, an organisation composed of artists, researchers and engineers, which advocates and assists in the...

Youth Crime and Rehabilitation

The research and delivery of psychological approaches to criminal rehabilitation has witnessed a resurgence of interest in recent years. A development in the consensus has emerged about the value of offender rehabilitation programs and the characteristics of programs...
Solitary Confinement: A Necessary Evil?

Solitary Confinement: A Necessary Evil?

Solitary confinement is a form of punishment inflicted on inmates. This punishment has been criticized by many due to the effects this has on the inmates. For this reason, the UN and other associations have been proposing the abolishment or restriction of this type of...

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Obesity in Malta: the Forgotten Epidemic

Obesity in Malta: the Forgotten Epidemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic currently ongoing, it is easy to divert our attention away from long-existing health issue plaguing the Maltese Islands. Being overweight and obese refers to the excessive presence of fat, which presents a risk to one’s health. Since 1975,...

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SEED MAGAZINE

SEED MAGAZINE

SEED magazine was created by two University of Malta students; Robert Pisani and Amy Xuereb, back in September 2020, with the purpose of exploring novel ideas and concepts. This biannual magazine tackles a wide range of topics, such as interviews, recounts of personal...

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SEED MAGAZINE

SEED MAGAZINE

SEED magazine was created by two University of Malta students; Robert Pisani and Amy Xuereb, back in September 2020, with the purpose of exploring novel ideas and concepts. This biannual magazine tackles a wide range of topics, such as interviews, recounts of personal...

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Bored and Unfulfilled? Join IAESTE!

Bored and Unfulfilled? Join IAESTE!

After a year or more of boring, online lectures, you've probably started feeling like you're really missing out a lot from the infamous university experience. There is only one way to make the most out of your remaining years at uni...and that is by joining IAESTE! -...

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