I watch a lot of television. Whether I’m on an Uber ride home, or studying for a final with my room locked,
I never intend to pull an all-nighter. It’s just that some nights, the hours fly but things don’t come together.
I travelled to a beautiful place last week, and the last time I travelled before this was in March. I remember both vacations clearly, but if you asked me details about the months in between, there...
When my grandmother was initially diagnosed with dementia, we were not fully prepared for what was about to come our way.
Growing up, my family would always have Friday morning breakfast together. Everyone had to wake up in time for breakfast, no excuse.
The thrill of getting your first instrument is incomparable. After playing around on a harmonium for a while trying to learn Bangla music, one day when I was at my grandmother’s house, my dad...
Exams are the worst. I said it as a kid, I say it now, and will continue saying it. I mean, what even is the purpose of exams?
“The Theatre is living its dream. Madeira, Manchester, Madrid, Turin and Manchester again. Wreathed in Red. Restored to this great gallery of the game.
The thing about my to-do lists is that I know I’m not going to get around to doing all of the things on it. It’s reassuring to have a list.
Are things getting back to normal? Do I even dare entertain the thought?
I remember the days of the Snapchat filters. I’ll admit, I’ve used a couple of them.
Last May, I completed my undergraduate thesis. A year’s worth of hard work had finally reached its conclusion. No longer was I going to have to spend sleepless nights trying to fix my code, or have...
I’ve always been told things stop being scary once you face them. I don’t believe that’s true. There are things that never get not scary enough. Covid is one of those things.