De la gratuité de la pilule – Merci Olivier tu régales!

Par Sixtine Léonard

Notre cher Olivier Véran annonçait il y a quelques semaines que dès 2022, les jeunes françaises auront la chance de bénéficier de la pilule hormonale gratuitement. Une nouvelle qui nous a fait chaud au cœur ! En effet, plus besoin de payer pour la prise de poids, les sautes d’humeur, la baisse de libido et les boutons, c’est désormais gratuit. Mais attention, la bonne nouvelle ne concerne pas tout le monde : évidemment, comme chacun sait, les femmes arrêtent automatiquement d’être pauvres le jour de leur vingt-sixième anniversaire. De ce fait, pas de pilule gratuite pour cette joyeuse bande de millionnaires.

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“Make Taiwan Great Again”

After Trump moved out of the White House and the MAGA slogan began to lose its media coverage in the US, a senior media personality in Taiwan, Jaw Shaw-kong, adapted the slogan into “Make Taiwan Great Again” to declare his return to Taiwanese politics by rejoining the Kuomintang (KMT), a possible move for the both the presidency of the party and of Taiwan.

After Trump moved out of the White House and the MAGA slogan began to lose its media coverage in the US, a senior media personality in Taiwan, Jaw Shaw-kong, adapted the slogan into “Make Taiwan Great Again” to declare his return to Taiwanese politics by rejoining the Kuomintang (KMT), a possible move for the both the presidency of the party and of Taiwan.

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Hope is Back: Quelques raisons d’avoir de l’espoir en 2021

By Joaquin Castillo and Emmanuelle Bureau

Cet article a été écrit début janvier 2021. Pour cette raison, au moment de sa publication en février, certains points de vue peuvent paraître optimistes au vu de l’actualité, notamment sanitaire.

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COVID-19 and Linguistics: A Bidirectional Relationship

“As our multilingual world goes through one of the worst plagues in history, does language assist or exacerbate the situation? How, if at all, does it evolve in the process?”
By Sila Ceyhan

As our multilingual world goes through one of the worst plagues in history, does language assist or exacerbate the situation? How, if at all, does it evolve in the process?

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The Perils of Research: Reflections on Giulio Regeni’s Story

By Prof. Alberto Rinaldi

It could have been me.

These are the words that come to my mind, every time I think back to the years I spent in Egypt. Along with the excellent memories as a student, the wonderful moments spent traveling, meeting new people and confronting myself with a completely different reality from the one I was used to back at home, nowadays I cannot but recount everything in the light of that infamous January 25, 2016; the day Giulio Regeni went missing.

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