The first semester of University life concluded so soon. Everyone was still adjusting to this new life, and it got over too soon. Read on as Parangat ponders upon the mistakes committed knowingly or unknowingly.
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Human decisions always seem to be a product of the inherent dialectic between Rationality and Instinct. The two, sometimes opposing, biases colour our vision of morality and ethics. However, does it necessarily have to be this way?
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Winter Vacation is about spending time reading all the novels on your bucket list. That’s not the case in Delhi. With the Shaadi Season at its peak, Kripi and Akansha give a rundown of a typical Indian wedding.
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Pratik Anand acknowledges the typical woes an introvert faces, drawing parallels with the acclaimed movie, The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
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Rohan Mishra, 3rd Year, SE, welcomes us all to a momentary lapse via his fable.
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Pratik Anand, 1st year, COE, describes a fast-paced adventure from a new perspective.
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Parangat, 1st Year, ECE ponders over the never-ending confusion between a Kindle and an actual book.
Continue reading “Still A Printed Book?”