“Life is filled with quotes on life.” – Life A very cliched approach to describing points of view as being optimistic or pessimistic is through the glass half-empty or glass half-full approach, as is commonly known and widely used. I’d like to … Continue reading
Lessons from spending just under one year at this university are quite a handful, no doubt about that. But some of them are non-technical and common across all students, and have themes that are quite salient! This post tries to … Continue reading
There are several student associations at TU Delft that are local chapters of larger European and global student organizations – AEGEE, AIESEC, BEST, ESN, IAESTE, just to name a few. These associations organize several social events throughout the year and provide … Continue reading
Back in the month of February 2019, just after the conclusion of the second quarter, I did some travelling around – among which included a trip to Brussels to attend an event on FOSS. I’d always wanted to know what … Continue reading
TL;DR of this post – Run. Running is an activity that is often passed off as something that doesn’t deserve attention since it does not require any special skill, and one that can be performed by any human being with functional limbs. … Continue reading
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Deja vu! Feel like you’ve read that title somewhere? Maybe you have. …continuing the journey from Delft to Berlin to Prague… Somewhere back in time, on 30th December AD 2018, we set sail (in a Flixbus) for the cities … Continue reading
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If you’ve read this post’s eponymous book, you’d be disappointed reading further, since I have visited neither Paris nor London…and I wasn’t around when the French revolution took place, unfortunately! However, I do have my own tale of two cities … Continue reading
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“What do you do, apart from studying?” is a question very easily thrown at a student when they are within the confines of a college campus. The answer depends highly on the context (…and probably even on the person asking … Continue reading
That the Netherlands is home to lots and lots of bikes (for the interested) is a fact well-known worldwide, and it needn’t be explained further. So, it’s but natural for a biking enthusiast (enthusiast, not a pro!) to try biking around in … Continue reading
Hello again, everyone! This post happens to be a continuation of this one. Transitions are something everyone goes through, and they’re simple for some, difficult for others, some are sudden, and some are gradual. But that everyone goes through transitions, is … Continue reading