It has been nearly two full weeks since the war broke out, and it feels like it has been forever. Our new Ukrainian friends have quickly become very dear to […]
Today is the eleventh day of the war, and we feel the weight of this crisis heavier than ever. We expect it will only get more and more difficult from […]
We’re seven days into the war, and while devastated by what is happening in Ukraine, we are also filled to the brim with gratitude. In the middle of this ongoing […]
note “Ukraine” Polylogos stands in solidarity with all those suffering from the conflict in Ukraine 🇺🇦 Our hearts go out to the volunteers in the front lines, the families that […]
We are so thankful and humbled for each one of you who entrusted and empowered us to be your hands and feet here on the ground, helping us help the […]
Who has escaped the Great Covid Kibosh? Who hasn’t had a plan that didn’t get kiboshed? Weddings, funerals, holidays, travel plans, new job, old job, concerts, events, university, parties, church, family gatherings – all kiboshed! Kibosh everywhere! It is perhaps the most shared global experience ever.
Friday, June 19th, we hosted an engaging conversation on zoom with four speakers and over 30 participants. It was a wonderful coincidence that our conversation happened to take place on […]
In order to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, state leaders from Scandinavia to the Balkans and beyond have imposed significant and unprecedented restrictions on citizens’ rights and freedoms. […]
That Thursday, the last day of class before a week-long spring break, we had a party.
I agree it’s sad and deeply tragic – all the consequences of the virus, and I do my part to hinder the spread. But in the middle of the chaos happening in the world, I am deeply thankful.