Category: Weekly Wits

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Hair to Stay: Men and Changing Hair Trends

It is a myth that beauty is an industry which is exclusively female. Men, in fact, see glory in their personal style and use their lovely locks to express themselves,...

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Speaking of the Devil – Gap Year

For a final semester student in DU, the idea of something known as the ‘gap year’ tends to induce feelings of uncertainty and disenchantment, with negative inertia...

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Fest Look Book

With so many fests coming up, one wonders what are the new trends to follow and what are the fashion no-nos. Fests are an essential part of college life, especially in...

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Economics at DU – How the Current Syllabus Fails to do Justice to the Subject

Any Economics student at Delhi University who has done a modicum of reading about history of economic thought shall be able to see that Economics as an academic...

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Death Note: Remembering Rohith Vemula at North Campus

Three years on, the suicide that sparked a rebellion is still being remembered with the wounds of inequality and misuse of administrative power, still fresh and burning....

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Sweater Styles to Slay

The exam season is over, and the new semester has arrived in all its glory of hectic schedules as well as the excitement of college fests. It is finally time to get out...

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Why Humanities is Looked Down Upon

This article attempts to probe into the reasons that have long rendered humanities as a discipline to be looked down upon. “When my relatives ask me what I’m...

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Sex Amma: Sex During Periods?

‘‘Can I have sex during periods?” is a million-dollar question which young and curious munchkins wonder and write to Amma about! Fret not, Amma is here to answer...

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A DU Beat Guide on Flying Past this Semester

The advent of a new semester is synonymous with fun, more activities, and more opportunities, but it is also marked by stress, pressure, and piling workload. The key is...

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In Conversation with Prajakta Koli, A YouTuber Who Remains MostlySane

Prajakta Koli, the owner of YouTube Channel MostlySane, spoke with the same fervour to DU Beat like she does in her videos. Khyati: There is a certain blurring of lines...