Surviving a catastrophe requires the resilience of not just the body but also the mind. Research on the effect of the coronavirus on the Covid-19 generation— children carried, conceived, or born in the world around these times foreshadows an alarming future for this new bunch. The template for the social … Continue Reading
On 27th June, 2020, volunteers of AIESEC from MAHE, VIT and Thapar Patiala hosted an event called the World’s Largest Lesson. Organized by UNICEF, the objective of this lesson was to educate and enlighten students about the Sustainable Development Goals that are needed for peace in the planet, … Continue Reading
An infinite level of courage, an unfathomable limit of confidence, the wizened face the twenty-first century has symbolised as standing up for what you believe in, irrespective of circumstance. As a young female of today, I look up to you. You, who literally took a bullet for the … Continue Reading
Social media are places to grow, discover and reinvent ourselves.
While the social media storm of Facebook has considerably slowed down, it has been replaced by more visual alternatives like Instagram, YouTube, Tik Tok (musical.ly) and the like. But what was once a college-only platform has now effortlessly oozed itself … Continue Reading