We Shall Overcome

And the lion and the lamb shall lie down together, and every man shall sit under his own vine and fig tree, and none shall be afraid. I still believe that we shall overcome. –Martin Luther King, Jr. in his Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech (10 […]

A Little Leisure

Time management is key during a pandemic a like this. Due to multiple lockdowns and curfews, all of us have been spending a lot of time at home and it feels like we got a break from our normal lives. Even though we attend online […]

2020, the year that was!

2020, what a year. Little did we know that it was going to be a rollercoaster of a ride. Everyone had high hopes for 2020, because as the name suggests, it was SUPPOSED to be a good year (emphasis on the ‘supposed to be’). It […]

Mind Matters

Recently the headlines of many newspapers were about Naomi Osaka, the world number 2 in women’s tennis. She had pulled out of the French open expressing reluctance to attend the post-match press conferences at Roland Garros saying it would put her under stress. Opinions were divided on the former world champion’s stand as some felt […]

A Ray of Hope

‘Exhausting’, ‘Lost’, ‘Chaotic’ – these were the words readers of The Washington Post gave when asked to describe 2020 in one word or phrase. As all of us got used to the new normal brought about by the pandemic and eagerly expecting to see light […]

Take a break – Blink!

During the pandemic, almost every task has become online. Be it ordering milk to attending classes, we mostly have a screen in front of us. This is putting tremendous pressure on our eyes which is not healthy. Students on average spend at least five to […]

Being human in the Digital world

The sun still rises in the east, but our day doesn’t start with a run to catch a cab or a school bus or a drive through the congested roads of the city.As it dawns, we switch on our gadgets therefore opening ‘our windows to […]