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Author: Sana Shafiq

Blood and Beats: NCSC’s BDD’19

NUST Community Services Club held its semi-annual event, the Blood Donation Drive, which spanned for four full days i.e. 12th to 15th of November. It was a one-of-a-kind event which was eagerly awaited and greeted with open arms by the entire community at NUST. Bright and early on the 12th of November, the camp for Blood Donation Drive was set up in its usual style in the Helipad Ground. One would imagine any process involving blood to be a gory one, but stepping into the zone of NCSC’s BDD was an entirely different experience. The staff was all helpful,...

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Black and White

What do you see in the night? When all just seems black and white   My mind fathoms what my eyes witness A tale so hidden, is what thus I’ll cite   Relaying the sinner’s tweaks and ills Too oft the layman’s daily delight   However, we notice not the open truth One’s doing causes the other’s plight   Your own deeds can trigger others for sure To do what’s wrong or what is right   And who might guess the sinner repented? Forgiven by His Lord, he reached a new height   So, judge not for how things...

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Top 10 Discoveries of a Freshman at SEECS

One thing we’ve all heard at some point is that university life is just chill. If you ask someone, they’ll say, “don’t worry, you’ll manage.” But if you ask me… Well, I’ll present a whole listicle to you, so buckle up for a bumpy ride! 1) It is going to be very fun Mind the italics. For starters, stepping into NUST was plainly daunting for me. Pretty much out of place, demotivated, and quite quiet, my introvert soul was crushed from the beginning. (And it did not get any better.) 2) You’ll be pushed out of your comfort zone...

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