Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer and are not representative of the platform itself. Picture this: after an exhausting day you plug in your headphones and stream your favorite songs on Spotify to unwind. But here’s the thing. You’re not listening to just music; you’re listening to poetry that will be a part of the English curriculum a few … Continue reading Taylor Swift, Shakespeare and BTS: Can Modern Music be considered Poetry?
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer and are not representative of the platform itself. Although religion has always been a source of conflict and consensus for the world, the varied nature of religion has been a source of fascination to me. From childhood, I’ve been encouraged to educate myself in the intricacies of the world we all inhabit, especially … Continue reading Religion Through the Eyes of a Traveler
I find myself regretting taking sciences very often (regret intensifies during exam season), but I do agree that science is a very intriguing subject as it helps you to dive deeper into the complexities of the universe and understand them better. As a science student myself, I have come across several diverse science students but in this article, I have divided them into five groups. … Continue reading Types of science students you will find in A-levels
When I want to relax, I don’t have a bath, or go in for some meditation, or listen to soothing music or clean my cluttered room. Instead, I watch Ghibli movies. For those living under a rock, Ghibli movies are animated movies created by Studio Ghibli, a Japanese animation film studio headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo which has produced notable films such as Howl’s moving castle … Continue reading Fluffy Cats, Ramen and Mythical Creatures: Why are Ghibli movies the perfect form of escapism?
Hello! Yet again. We weren’t ready to let go of the ‘TLC Writer’ era this soon, so we’re back—just in time for you to read this glorified A2-has-ruined-our-lives rant under the guise of an article: the 5 stages of grief brought to you as transitions from A1 to A2. The concept of the stages of grief viz., denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance, is probably … Continue reading Stages of Grief – The Transition from A1 to A2
I’ve always felt a deep affection for cats and it’s not just that they make great pets (even if they claw you and hate you most of the time). Rather, the fact that they have so many different types of personalities- unique only to them- which always keep one entertained . That’s also probably why images and videos of cats make up some of the … Continue reading A Level Moods: Brought To You By Random Cats That I’ve Come Across On The Internet
One of the things that makes LACAS, well, LACAS, is the diversity within it’s student body. The woke™ students, way too laid back for their own good students, comic-geeks, communists, debaters, ‘weebs’ and many others, make it safe to say that the LACAS community is a colourful and (for the most part) a very wholesome one. Students usually choose the subjects they’re naturally inclined towards … Continue reading A Short Guide to the A-Level Student Body
Let me jog some nostalgic memories through these myths by listing a few down for you all to remember. Who knows, some of them might actually work? Just kidding — unless? Continue reading Desi Childhood Myths
“Parh lo beta abhi bhi mauqa hai.” Continue reading The A-Level Journey: A Meme Catalog