Although first years had heard tales of the fabled third trimester – about its partying along with the hectic but beautiful culmination of the academic year at NLS, 2020’s version of third trim has truly left them speechless. Sarthak Wadhwa (Batch of 2024) aptly illustrates this through his doodle as he raises his (glass? or rather…) finger to the trimester that this has been! [Image Description: The doodle is in the form of a large hand with its middle finger raised to the t
This Mind Map has been conceptualized by Smriti Kalra (Batch of 2021) and Jwalika Balaji (Batch of 2023). The doodle has been created by Smriti Kalra. Island of Unproductivity – It’s where your mind goes as you scroll through an endless stream of banana breads on Instagram and binge watch three series consecutively on Netflix. You then decide to work and focus on that upcoming project for 5 mins until your phone pings and you immediately drop everything to fill out the newest
This article has been written by Smriti Kalra (Batch of 2021) and Jwalika Balaji (Batch of 2023). The picture has been taken from Country Living’s website and edited by Pallavi Khatri (Batch of 2022). Once upon a time, long long ago, more than 500 of us studied an intensive course on a residential campus — in the midst of lush greenery and Nagarbhavi’s growing social scene, surrounded by the smell of strong Chetta coffee, constant banter, omnipresent PDA and several snakes.
Arth Nagpal, with inputs from Aman Vasavada (Batch of 2021), writes a parody of Simon & Garfunkel’s legendary “The Sound of Silence” from the point of view of a sad professor unable to engage the attendance-hungry students through a Zoom class. We know you’d rather be hearing your favourite professors sing this after a sleepy 8:50AM class but check out this lyric video by Arth for some close enough tonal reference XD. Scroll on for the lyrics display designed by Smriti Kalra