Posted: January 17, 2017, 3:19pm Every country has a once in a generation opportunity to create a greener and more reliable energy future by streamlining energy policies. I think it’s time for the major energy industries to evolve their business models and strategize new market designs. I recently read an article that talks about obtaining a cleaner and cheaper energy … Read More
Spring Fest- an eccentric welcome indeed
Posted: April 3, 2017, 8:44pm I woke up on Saturday feeling really down and tired, somehow I felt stressed for no reason and wanted to just stay in bed the entire day and laze about. My evil friends had another plan though, they ensured that my “blah” mood needed to be eliminated and made me take a shower (how exhilaritng!) … Read More
Midterm Meltdown – A blessing in disguise!
Posted: April 3, 2017, 7:45pm So it’s safe to say that all of us have overcome one of the overheads of this semester – MIDTERMS! Well, most of you may think bleh what’s the point, back to the grind anyway. Thus, the amazing Undergrad Student Government had decided to reward our hard work by organizing a Midterm Meltdown at Ground … Read More
Review – Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
Posted: March 22, 2017, 6:48pm First off let me start by saying that I’m a little biased towards this book but will try to put forward a very honest review. So, this is a classic by Jane Austen, who at that time was a very renowned writer, her writings always have a very strong female protagonist and this is why … Read More
Review-A Thousand Splendid Suns (Khaled Hosseini)
Posted: March 22, 2017, 5:57pm So, guys, spring break is over 🙁 what did you guys do? I’m a self-admitted introvert and hence I was curling up and getting my hands on my novels, catching up with friends and of course Netflix and naps! You know there are these books, which after you read leave such a strong impact on … Read More
Master of Art
Posted: March 8, 2017, 10:52am Last year, I had been to an art gallery (in India). Just out of pure curiosity and to humor the inner child in me who had no clue about what it would be like but to enjoy the whole experience nevertheless. So the art exhibition portrayed none other than the great M.F. Hussain’s works. … Read More
One step at a time, there’s no need to rush!
Posted: February 27, 2017, 2:43pm Source: I Trentenni I’m a petite girl and when I was really young I would wonder why I was so short and not tall like most girls with long legs. I would go to my mother about this and she would say, “Big things come in small packages” and smile. My mother (a great woman, let … Read More
Posted: February 27, 2017, 2:36pm I sat up wide awake at 2:09 am when I very well knew that I had to be up early for college tomorrow. I tried to sleep battling insomnia. Nothing good happens after 2 am, I’ve heard somewhere. I thought why not? It’s been a while and it’s been a good time and it’s the … Read More
Bookaholic catching up!
Posted: February 8, 2017, 3:04pm I’ve been collecting and reading books ever since I was a little girl (around 4-5 years old) and the first time I picked a comic up it absolutely fascinated me; the story, the characters, the takeaways from each book captivated my imagination. Like many of you out there, my first full-fledged novel happened to be … Read More
Ellen does it again!
Posted: February 5, 2017, 11:53pm Last year my friend and I got this amazing chance to watch the Ellen’s show (standby tickets) but then we were promised for tickets to watch the show live! This finally happened!! We got to watch the entire show live, first off the audience were pumped up by the music and dancing before Ellen actually … Read More