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The Year in Review: Library Committee

Members: Manan Jain (Convenor), Madhav Shankar, Shruti (Co-Convenor), Meera, Shubham, Priyashrav, Namita, Karthik Tayur, Kartik Prasad, Nidhi.

The sole reason to review the Library Committee’s functioning during the 2015-2016 academic year is also the reason behind the skimpy length of this article. 272 more words


College Advice 1004

Live on campus for at least one year.

I was looking into an apartment with my best friend when I was starting college. I had a rabbit that I was particularly attached to so living somewhere that I could have her would have been amazing. 371 more words


The Year in Review: Hostel Welfare Committee

Members: Siddharth KS (Convener), Anshitaa Mishra, Yashasvi Tripathi (Co-Convener), Hardik Singh, Meghadarshini Sooranagi, Shivanshu Bhardwaj, Arpit Agarwal, Gowri Raghunath, Palak, Tanay Jain

Do you have a leaky faucet? 655 more words


The Face of Students’ Politics in Nigerian Universities

Political Science as the name is termed can be seen as a methodical and organized process of study and reflection on issues, facts and any other related objectives pertaining to politics. 999 more words

Students' Lives

Out of the Shadow (1961)

aka Murder on the Campus, from the camera-stylo of Michael Winner, returning to his alma mater, Cambridge University. Terence Longdon (pictured above) is a journalist just returned from a foreign trip to be told his student brother has committed suicide. 90 more words


Adventures of Mio: The Hidden Campus

“San ka na nagaaral ngayon?”

“Sa AMA po.”

“Ah, san yun?”

“Dun po sa may tapat ng Southmall”

“Oh? May AMA pala dun?”

It has been three months since I first stepped into this “hidden school” (since people are not familiar to the fact that there is an AMA campus here). 658 more words

pHoto pHriday (Week #15)

This week was the first week of classes for me. The beautiful part about coming back to school is that whether it’s your first year or your last year, at the start of a new school year, everything is new again. 44 more words