Monthly archive September, 2015
The Classroom Project

The Classroom Project

Written by Muazzikri Zamaludin (ECONS)   In the unostentatious and plain classroom somewhere in IIUM, one of those unfussy designed spaces in which one cannot find a right apex, much less a comfortable chair to sit on, the 22-year-old Arief Hamizan was sitting with arms folded. A concentrated pose, best suited for the solitude of one’s...
Identity and Culture as a Malaysian Living Abroad

Identity and Culture as a Malaysian Living Abroad

Written by Zaimah Ameera Mohammad Ali Unlike the majority of students around the world, I’ve had the privilege of attending international schools throughout my whole life. Over the course of eighteen years, I’ve been living abroad and returning back home to Malaysia.
WHAT MAKES YOU A GREAT LAW STUDENT?

WHAT MAKES YOU A GREAT LAW STUDENT?

by Huda Razali Hey, people! How are you? Hope you are all doing fine and please drink lots of water as it is crazily hazy out there. Well, since you cannot really go out due to haze and probably missed things out, I have updates for you!
A Foreign Malay Speaks

A Foreign Malay Speaks

Written by Sofiya Hazali   At the age of six, I found myself in the vast expense of the KLIA airport, ready to board a flight to Doha, Qatar, where faint farewells were heard amongst my relatives; seeing my family and I, off to the unknown country of the Middle East. I had known that...
ALSA: AIN’T A BASIC LAW STUDENTS’ ORGANISATION

ALSA: AIN’T A BASIC LAW STUDENTS’ ORGANISATION

  by Nabila Adnan   Tired of being an ordinary student, I gathered all the courage to step out of my comfort zone and seize as many opportunities available to discover my inner potentials and to challenge my capabilities. And over these 3 years in law school, I have to thank Asian Law Students’ Association...
We Give You Our Champions!

We Give You Our Champions!

Written by Athirah Md Noor and Balqis Rahim   The whole of AIKOL community, from freshmen to graduating seniors had come together as they voted for their favourite candidate in the running for the 2015/2016 Student Representative Council General Election. Crowds of people stormed the Moot Court to cast their vote and it showed no...
What It Means to be an AIKOLian

What It Means to be an AIKOLian

Written by Emily Iliani Dear juniors, You will not notice this now. You are too young, too caught up in the wheel of life to realize. Yet as true as the sun, these days will soon pass. These days, when you have the simple luxury of sitting by the library stairs, sipping cheap coffee and...
Adibah: Advocate of Education and Student Welfare Reformation

Adibah: Advocate of Education and Student Welfare Reformation

Written by Adani Sobri Good things really do come in small packages. Whilst our only female election candidate settled her petite self quietly in a chair for her interview, her presence is undeniably notable.
Hiqmar's Endeavours towards Mindset Change

Hiqmar’s Endeavours towards Mindset Change

Written by Nadira Nazneen One of our candidates for this year, Muhammad Hiqmar Danial is a man of immense vision for change, “It doesn’t really matter if I win or lose” he said, as long as a significant change could be seen amongst us after this, he’ll be content.
Interning at Kuala Lumpur's Courts Complex

Interning at Kuala Lumpur’s Courts Complex

by Abu Haziq and Dianah Zubir “Confirmed dapat, tapi tak ada kerja,” (I’m sure we’ll be accepted and I’m confident that there would be no work!) was the perception that was fixed on everyone’s mind when we first applied. But Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex proved us wrong. It was the greatest field to test our...