A fee hike for international students is deeply unfair
Increasing already extortionate fees will make the lives of international students even more difficult.
Polarising the free speech debate
The question of who deserves our attention does not allow us easy answers.
Our toxically Islamophobic culture is to blame for the Christchurch attack
The shooting in Christchurch is far from an isolated incident, but rather a reflection of broken and bigoted social structures.
The Spectre of Virtue Signalling
Brian Wong criticises the use of social justice causes for personal ends
The Imperative to Resist Injustice
Brian Wong argues that we all have a responsibility to fight today's social injustices
The obsession with meritocracy in university admissions is misguided: here’s why
Universities are more than merely merit-obsessed, mechanical institutions
Crazy Rich Asians – it’s not just a film
An exploration of the socio-cultural dialogue sparked by the release of the film Crazy Rich Asians
Gender pronouns matter, especially at school
Misgendering isn’t an issue of ‘snowflake culture’ or free speech and should not be treated as such
The Lola Olufemi ‘scandal’ is dishonest and damaging to BME progress
Silencing bias does not silence academic freedom, argues Brian Wong
The freshers’ ‘slave auction’ wasn’t just ill-judged banter. It goes deeper
Saying "they can't take a joke" suggests that slavery can be a joke
Not Wong: In defence of lived experiences
Brian Wong crafts a compelling case for the importance of lived experiences to social justice
Not Wong: Beyond the social construct
Brian Wong asks us to embrace the fact that reality is socially constructed