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This isn’t a Fairy Tale, Don’t Lock Me in an Ivory Tower

The freedom to loiter, occupy public spaces post 9 p.m., and see how our campus looks at midnight is a luxury and experience that women students are denied. Earlier last...

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Editorial: “Mumma, Papa, meet…”

Loving in a culture where all love outside marriage is forbidden is taxing. Read our Editor’s take on it. Love is the common language spoken across the world....

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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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The Story of the ICC

With the recent news from Bharati College, where despite an official complaint being filed with the college’s ICC, justice wasn’t given, it becomes a meandering,...

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Editorial: “Un-learning” in a Women’s College

Being in a women’s college was once a decision made on the basis of cut-offs and convenience, however, it ended up being a transforming life experience. One of the...

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We Made DUSU Politics Dirty

As EVM machine buttons in colleges are deciding the fate of the politics of our varsity, it is time to wonder why for a Varsity as politically aware as ours, we choose...

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Editorial: Dear Professor, Lets Be Criminals Together

Somewhere on the walls of North Campus, there is written “Free Professor Saibaba.” The readings on the wall are clear, but are you paying attention? This...

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Your College Isn’t Over Just Because You Failed That Society Audition

Society auditions seem to be the ultimate gateway into finding friends and purpose in college. With so much at stake, how does one deal with the failure of making into...

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To be or not to be, That is the Question

College is the place where we rediscover ourselves. However, the process may not always be as straightforward as we are led to believe. Popular culture has given us...

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An Ode To You, Dear Reader

From a time when student reporters had to run around to capture pictures of protests and then send them to their copy editor to ensure that it goes for the weekly print...