Archive for the ‘Anecdotes’ Category
Nikita Ravindran | January 31, 2015
The sky’s magnificence was emblazoned onto the lacquer lake, while colour-flecked fish were plunking in the beauteous boundaries, as if to embrace the sky.
Zeanne Mendoza | December 6, 2014
Interstellar, the long awaited movie! I let out a sigh of relief with the notion that I wouldn’t need to attend chemistry class later! I’ll be honest; my knowledge of the movie was rather limited up until a field trip to watch it came along. The pre-movie trailers alleviated the tension amongst our exorbitantly large Astronomy Club group; I had no idea what I was in for, neither did the rest who watched it with me.
Rohan Roberts, 7 Jan 2012
Jayala Scattersmith was in thrall with alternative medicine. All it took to get her undying, unwavering support for any medical treatment was to tell her it wasn’t mainstream. If it was unconventional, she loved it. If it was unorthodox she embraced it. If it was flaky, funky, or freaky, she adored it.
Stan Langton, 25 Sept. ’10
It’s a dark tree-infested bog. And Stan’s got a gun with his mother as the target in his cross-hairs.
Sajid Khan, 25 Sept. ’10
Sajid writes about his ongoing love-affair with cars.
Teresa Francis, 12 June ’10
Ever wondered what it’s like to be on the shorter side? “Height Matters” is a brief anecdotal piece about the perils and pitfalls that short people have to navigate.