For our third issue of AGORA magazine, we have decided to talk about ‘Cuisine”. Cuisine as food and the evolution of its portrayal over the centuries. Cuisine as a ritual, how the act of gathering to eat changes depending on culture and age. Cuisine as a medium of communication and expression.
For this second issue, we focused on the theme of ‘Language’. We touched on the theme from various angles: we, of course, talked about spoken languages and how they interact with each other in our globalised world; but also how we curate the image we share to our private and professional circles; we lastly shared how art is universally understood regardless of language barriers.Read the issue
In this first issue, we wanted to talk about the difficulties we face when connecting with others and ourselves: we touch on the effects of the lockdowns, mental health and boredom.Read the issue
In the following anonymous interviews, members of the Prague College community frankly give their opinions about the University. No, this is not a negative space for brutally bashing bureaucratic institutions, but rather a focus on what we have each gathered from entering a consensual, platonic relationship with higher education:
Our first impressions vs expectations, building foundations both professionally and personally, and finally, in an ideal world, what would the Prague College of the future look like?
We have coerced a motley crew of students and lecturers, both past and present, to give us their thoughts on the aforementioned topics, in order to get a wider understanding of the Prague College experience.