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  • Redundancy And How It's Redundant

    One of the main issues that writers should seek to eliminate is redundancy. How many times have you written something like this?

  • 6 things to note for your first year at law school

    As I await my graduation from Law school, which is supposed to happen within 2 months, I look back at the memorable journey which started with me having no idea what in the world a “plaintiff” was.

  • Debate vs MUN

    Two of the most common forms of co-curricular competitions at school and university alike – debate and MUN – might seem more or less similar from the outside.

  • An Academic Pilgrimage to Bhutan

    A few weeks back, I had the tremendous good fortune to participate in an international academic conference.

  • How do you show a story?

    On a fine, sunny (too sunny for my liking) Thursday (April 27), I made my way to Bashundhara in order to observe the latest installment of Imagine

  • THE PROCRASTINATOR'S GUIDE TO ACING FINALS

    You go home after a long day at your educational institution, eagerly anticipating nap time.

  • ULAB organises Inter-University Students’ Conference and Cultural Competition

    The Department of English at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organises its two-day Inter-University Students’ Conference and Cultural Competition for the third time.

  • The Writer's Territory

    After an awful drag of writer's block stretching months, I opted to cover the event Imagine Write Creatively at Scholastica, Mirpur on March 22 for a kick of writing inspiration.

  • A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN INSPIRATION ENGINEER

    Arman Khan has a busy day ahead of him. As he dresses himself, he contemplates his first social media post of the day.

  • Dealing with Freeloaders

    Whenever you hear “group project” don't you remember the agonising experience of working in that one group project that you didn't...

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