February 21, 2018

Why Blood Is Not Always Red

November 18, 2015 Hephzi Angela

Imagine if you cut yourself and saw purple blood gush out of your skin. Now that’ll be the start of an alien invasion or another sign of the end times. If you’re lucky to have […]


How To Keep New Year Resolutions

March 30, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

The first 31 days of every year is characterised by two things worldwide; an increase in gym memberships and a fall in tobacco/alcohol sales. This worldwide phenomenon boils down to our love of fresh starts […]


The Science Behind Taboos

March 30, 2015 Nanama Acheampong

Culture is the way of life of a people which includes their beliefs, experiences, values and attitudes. Culture is developed, shaped and practised over the years and where it needs to change to better serve […]


How To Write A Killer Article

March 30, 2015 Hephzi Angela

Fact: An article on love and relationship will probably attract more readers than an article on environmental pollution. And an article on money making secrets will also attract more readers as supposed to one on […]


Winning The War On Education

March 29, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

When it comes to education there are two things that are common the world over. The first is teachers who are always advocating for a more practical, relevant and inclusive syllabus and the second is […]


How to Win a Nobel Prize

March 25, 2015 Dr. Thomas Tagoe

As far as awards go it doesn’t get more prestigious than winning a Nobel prize and between the 6-13th October, a new round of Nobel laureates will be announced. Ever since its inception in 1895 […]