Kash Patel

Kash Patel

Kash is a second year business-turned-physics student who started out as a graphics volunteer at the Cord. Three issues in, he decided that it was an amazing place to work in, and applied (successfully) for the position of Graphics Editor. He thinks tea is the best thing ever to happen to the beverage world and is fond of cats and annoying family members by talking about the physics behind everyday phenomena.

Articles by Kash Patel

Editorial Cartoons 2018-2019

Editorial Cartoons 2018-2019

   

by Kash Patel· · Photo ·
Editorial: To believe or not to believe

Editorial: To believe or not to believe

You are about to read something hypocritical. I’m going to try to convince you that a belief I hold dearly is true, but if at the end you believe it, I will have failed. I want to write it regardless, because it changed my outlook on life. If I wasn’t against clichés, I would claim that it made me the […]

by Kash Patel· · Opinion ·
Graphic by Kash Patel

The evolution of sexual health through the ages

People have been having sex since there have been people. In general, the act has remained unchanged — though I’m sure new techniques have emerged since Fred and Wilma Flintstone went at it. What has changed quite a bit is the way people perceive sexual activity and sexuality. These changes in perception have had a direct impact on the health […]

by Kash Patel· · Arts and Life ·
Editorial: Morality differs from person to person

Editorial: Morality differs from person to person

We don’t often think too deeply about moral dilemmas, and I imagine you couldn’t care less about what I have to say on any given moral issue. That’s alright. What I’m interested in is the fact that we undoubtedly have different views — the fact that, presented with the same set of moral dilemmas, you and the person closest to […]

by Kash Patel· · Opinion ·