The Winter Reading List

Top 5 Books to Beat the Winter Brain Freeze 1. The Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri  This collection of short stories explores nine unrelated lives as a detailed analysis of the human psyche. Lahiri’s simplistic, yet elegant, writing style creates emotions that could only be felt by experience.            …

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Hybridity – What does This Mean to You?

  The purpose of this article is to break-down the notion of ‘hybridity’ and in turn highlight the pertinency of this word in YOUR day to day life. Imagine this… Our parents have come far and wide from a native land with morals and ethics that function best within that specific country and into a completely new diaspora where…

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Studying vs. Learning

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a brown parent in possession of a child must be in want of good marks. Now, grantedthat we’ve been given more opportunities and resources to make that happen, the dynamic of the environment we’re competing in has changed – we are expected to have good marks, valid work…

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Work hard now, party like a badass later!

Year 12, a.k.a – the best, yet worst year during one’s schooling adventure. As a graduate of 2017, I am freshly out of hell so I can relate to those going into their final year of school in 2018. Thus, I am here to provide you with some ways on how you can battle Year 12…

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5 Reasons You Can’t Get Ripped if You Have South Asian Parents

Getting into shape isn’t easy. You have to workout consistently and put in the time and effort day after day. You have to eat healthy, refraining from indulging in your favourite foods, except on that glorious cheat day (which for some of us, has been everyday in recent memory). Doing these things is a mental…

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The Problem

Moving to Gurgaon mustn’t have been easy for my grandparents, to leave their life behind, everyone and everything they knew and had learnt, to now do it all over again. Many people would describe it as a geographically perfect location at the time, close to the heart of India, a developing city – but there…

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