Editorial Picks 2020: Our Favourite Video Series of the Year

The Editors of DU Beat bring to you our ‘picks’ for the year 2020, what became our silver lining under the cloudy sky of this year.

We at DUB strive to serve our readers with only the best, despite the many lows and challenges of this year our organisation braced itself and continued to set higher standards. Here are some of our personal favourites articles, some made us moved us, others left us speechless and yet they all had something in common- they all hoped to make a difference.

1. Types of Freshers

All colleges have dedicated a lot of time and energy welcoming all the new students to Delhi University. However, let’s not forget what we have in store for – all the ‘fresher enthusiasm’. DU Beat presents Types of Freshers!

2. Things Lady Shri Ram (LSR) College Students Can Relate To

As the new Delhi University college semester began, albeit online, we reminisce the good old days on campus in our latest video series through Things DU Students Can Relate To- Lady Shri Ram College edition.

3. Things Gargi Students Can Relate To

Continuing in the series- Things DU students can relate to is the Gargi College edition.

4.  First Year VS. Final Year Students in Delhi University (DU)

Delhi University has many facets of student life. We all know some freshers. We all know some final year students. And we also know how different students from these years are. DU Beat presents first year versus third year students of college!

5. Types Of Students During Delhi University (DU) Admissions

Delhi University has dedicated a lot of time and energy in order to welcome new students to college. Delhi University admissions can be challenging. However, let’s not forget what we are in store for — all the ‘aspirant enthusiasm’. DU Beat presents Types of Students During DU Admissions!

Happy Binge Watching!

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