Travelling in a train recently, I found myself staring at a Punjabi family with three kids sitting all around me. As expected, the woman mother of the children struck up a conversation with me and they all joined in. They wanted to know everything about me: where I was headed…Read more ›
Articles by: Catherine Nipps
Catherine Nipps is a final year student pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from BIT, Durg.
An active blogger and a total movie buff, she’s extremely passionate about poetry and is a total romantic. An avid reader, she’ll devour anything she lays her eyes on. She reveres and is inspired by the amazing masterpieces written by Ayn Rand, Erich Segal and Jodi Picoult.
She is currently busy coming up with innovative ways to remember five thousand words for her upcoming GRE/TOEFL examinations. She’s always been a writer at heart and certainly intends to make a career out of it.
Almost no one can deny that they think about this question quite often. Whenever I think about it, my answer always comes in the form of images in my mind. All these images are like old faded photographs or rather black and white movies with sound effects that have been…Read more ›
Closure. Completeness. A release from all inner sorrows. The end of mourning and beginning of healing. I wonder what it feels like. Whether it truly exists or do people pretend? Pretend it doesn’t hurt anymore, that they won’t be brought to tears again while seeing a ragged picture or reliving…Read more ›
It has started. It’s that time of the year when all that mad frenzy begins. Competition, ruthlessness, selfishness, desperation (you name it!), is in the air. It’s time for the baggy jeans, the cool t-shirts with weird and funny statements written all over them, and the whacky sneakers to disappear…Read more ›
Since the time I’ve heard about them, I’ve always wondered, what’s honor got to do with all the murders, heinous offenses and atrocities that happen in the name of it? Family honor, prestige, dignity – are all big words in the society we live in today. I could understand the…Read more ›