Miniature Gratitude: Life and Light

By Damola Morenikeji It’s 6pm and I had just hugged my new friend, Fritz, as he left for an appointment. The hug was warm and humane. It warmed my heart and prepared me for the night. We had just talked about how we may improve the learning experience and culture of an international organization we…

Miniature Gratitude: The Ridiculed Height

By Oluwatosin Oke Beauty, some say, is in the eye of the beholder. Beauty comes in many form but mostly unrefined, unrecognised and often unappreciated. So is my beautiful self and the astute peculiarities God blessed me with. I grew up in a society where average is the norm; your skin colour, your facial makeup,…