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Giri: The amount of information we are consuming is dangerous and our brains can not cope with it

Saurav Giri, Staff Columnist March 12, 2021

Reflecting on the past 20 years of modern history, we can see how much our lives have changed. Who could’ve predicted that small glass rectangles––our smartphones and laptops––would consume most...

Giri: Modern hyper-accessibility to internet pornography is destroying young men

Saurav Giri, Staff Columnist February 26, 2021

Men come into contact with porn very early in their lives. In fact, the average age of initial exposure to porn for men is 13. Porn has become a regular part of a modern man’s life, with 70% of men aged...

Giri: Why we shouldn't dismiss modern art

Giri: Why we shouldn’t dismiss modern art

Saurav Giri, Staff Columnist December 4, 2020

The prevailing preconception of modern art is one of snide and confusion. The common art observer perceives there to be nothing special about modern art and some even ridicule it. Critics claim it has...

Giri: PS5 is a better deal than gaming PC

Saurav Giri, Staff Columnist November 20, 2020

The title of this column alone has probably irked a lot of the gaming purists out there, and I can already sense the pitchforks drawing out, but please first hear me out. While it’s obvious that gaming...

Giri: Dismissing religions and belief systems will lead to the demise of mankind

Giri: Dismissing religions and belief systems will lead to the demise of mankind

Saurav Giri, Staff Columnist November 6, 2020

The reputation of religion has seen better days. What was once seen as the primary overseer of society is now on its last breath, a shadow of its former self. Moreover, there seems to be no hope of recovery.  As...

Giri: How humanity has fallen into yet another luxury trap with the internet

Giri: How humanity has fallen into yet another luxury trap with the internet

Saurav Giri, Contributing Columnist October 9, 2020

Throughout the history of mankind, people have fallen victim to a number of luxury traps—situations which seem beneficial from the outside but condemn us to more suffering in the long run. These traps...

Giri: China’s pursuit of global domination is larger and faster than we really think

Saurav Giri, Contributing Columnist September 25, 2020

The last century or so has seen the United States dominate world proceedings and earn the title of the most powerful country on Earth. It has the largest economy, it involves itself in all sorts of conflicts...

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