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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Coming Back to Life

The article brings forth the very pertinent issue of student suicides- a problem that needs immediate attention and a definite solution. Read on to find out what actually goes on in a student’s mind when the going gets tough.

When The Laughter Stops

Memes, on some level, normalize the concepts that they joke about. The sheer volume of such content that we consume and the fact that dark humour is now the most dominant form raises questions about what the internet could be doing to us.

State of Affairs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent comments fuelled a fire, but they are also testimony to a much larger problem with the state of political discourse in India. With the fight to control the Rajya Sabha getting harder, what do we stand to lose if this problem continues?

Temples — Sun Structures [Finely Tuned]

When Temples broke into the music scene in 2012, people were unprepared and unsure about what hit them. With their debut album, Sun Structures, the band has accomplished the perfect blend of new-age retro and vintage psychedelic rock, with woeful lyrics, thudding bass lines, and melancholic guitars. Here’s our take on their music.

The Faults In Our Stars

Astrology is a manifestation of our struggle to get into the focal point of the universe. With the denial of facts, figures, and reality stemming from the denial of our insignificance, we try to convince ourselves that the world is not entirely random.

A Concise Guide to Make Ups and Re-eval

The whole process of applying for re-evaluation and makeup can be tedious and confusing. From logging into SLCM from time and again to bugging your CR about the procedures, this can suck the blood out of your life. However, do not worry chaps, for we have a solution. Read on to find out more.