They hold out their hands expectedly, Their cheer is contagious as he hands each one out,   Then he holds out his hand expectedly, The clink of the coins in his palm bring up the same demons: A shot of whisky for one, or a small meal for two?   – Shreya Shetty 3 BCOM…

Rocks of Empathy

– Christopher Dadi 2 BCOM B My mind tries to make sense of the waves I see The blue sky, cobalt sea Waves crashing along the rocks at my feet Drops of water in multitudes of wonder Seep into the crevices of the rocks leading to an enigmatic abyss I sit by the rocks A…

My Journey So Far

– Saghar Ada, BBA I am Saghar Ada, a 22 year old girl and a BBA-third-year student of St. Josephs College of Commerce, Bangalore. I have had many different experiences studying in India. First, it has made me mature. The context of Indian mixed society made it possible for me to meet and learn from…

Dare To Dream Small

– Saniha Swaroop Hegde, I B.Com “Today, being satisfied with yourself and your life is considered lowly and contemptible. People who are comfortable with their current state of affairs are labelled incompetent and even lazy.” We live in a world of constant and cut-throat competition. But the question we need to stop and ask ourselves,…

Food Inc: A Review

– Aasim Pasha, III B.Com This post was originally published in The TV Ratings Guide, a blog run by Aasim Pasha of III B.Com. Visit the blog to read more such reviews. Ever since I was a child, I was fascinated with food, but only for its consumption. Regardless of any situation, the desire for…

“So What?” – The Story Behind Our Privilege

– Vishesh, II B.Com It’s a startling realization that if the system was actually even close to being fair and equal, I probably wouldn’t be where I am today. Having benefited from a system that has been working in my favour at the cost of others, the least I can do is question the status…