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  • Hurricane season not only brings destruction and death but rising inequality too

    ECONOMY
    In a study two sociologist found that populations that are privileged in terms of education, race or homeownership gain wealth in the aftermath of natural disasters, exacerbating already wide economic inequities.
    Junia Howell 

  • Rethinking the Culture of Learning in our Schools and Communities

    EXPLORATION
    The aim and objective of education is to inculcate finer sensibilities among learners and enable them to become sensitive, responsible and humane, the present education system often lays great emphasis on examination and competition and ignores the deeper essence of education creating a need to revisit learning in schools and communities.

  • Unplugged Existence: When a ‘Bad’ Network Day, Brought Me Closer to Life

    The obsession with technology has on many occasions taken us away from the celebration of heartfelt face to face conversations, the freedom to experience the beauty of life without a compulsion for sharing it on social networking sites or simply to enjoy a favorite book by the window side. A young woman shares an experience that led to an inner journey of contemplation and self-discovery.
    Priyanka Yadav

  • The Need for Science Teachers to be Good Storytellers

    “The story – from Rapunzel to War and Peace – is one of the basic tools invented by the human mind, for the purpose of gaining understanding. There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories.” – Ursula K. Le Guin
    Arvind Gupta

  • Delhi University Student’s Body Elections Updates

    NEWS
    Much awaited DUSU elections were concluded yesterday, receiving a footfall of nearly 1 lakh students to vote in the Delhi University campus. The voting began at 8:30 am in morning colleges and 3:00 pm in evening colleges and went on till 1:00 pm and 7:30 pm respectively.

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