- The Rising Tide of the European Far-Right
In the French departmental elecitons on the 29th of March, the Front Nationale saw record levels of support, in a trend of recent support for far-right parties.
- The Biggest Story in The World
We've all heard plenty about climate change, but we mostly heard that nothing changes. Alan Charles Rusbridger, retiring as editor-in chief at The Guardian dedicated his remaining time to fight for this cause.
- Can Greece Save Itself from Austerity?
Three months after the PM Alexis Tsipras and Syriza have taken power in Greece, the question remains whether they will be able to navigate Greece out of austeirty and act upon the promise of their election.
- Tudors Exposition
An exposition dedicated to the Tudor history and family.
- Canibalia: Cannibalism Revisited
The current show at the Kadist Art Foundation gives viewers a look at the anthropological roots of cannibalism through art.
- Banlieues Bleues Jazz For All
The Banlieuses Bleues is a world-renowned jazz festival currently happening in the North of Paris.
- Paris pas Cher: Second-Hand Shopping
Exploring second hand stores in Paris where you can find unique vintage clothing and treasures for without your wallet suffering.
- The Parisians Called, The Sound You Need Answered
The Sound You Need has come back to satisfy the ears of Parisian after a two year hiatus.
- Paname Cracks Up
New York and London are two famous cities, often associated with stand-up comedy. This might surprise many, but you can also find your hapiness right here, in Paris
- AUP: Eco-Friendly or not?
An eco-friendly status at AUP is a challenge for the new ECS committee.
- Cast Your Votes for the AUP Showcase
Once a year AUP's talent gathers on stage, followed by an award ceremony celebrating anyone from the most involved to the funniest student.
- Need a job post graduation? Job hunt 101
Advice from three recent AUP graduates on the hunt for a job post graduation.
- Spring Clean Your Body
- Time For A WhatsApp Ringtone
WhatsApp is rolling out a new calling feature that, while belated, has users elated.
- Map Out the Best Baguette in Paris of 2015
The annual competition for the best baguettes in Paris has found the new supplier for the President's morning bread once again.
Spring has officially sprung, even if the weather has been slow to catch up with the calendar. While the season [...]