Monthly archive March, 2017
The Dog Ate My Homework

The Dog Ate My Homework

Written by Ema Marya Yacob Nervous, I walk into the classroom and take a seat. As I stare blankly at the whiteboard, I imagine my back getting whipped by Miss Simian. Miss Simian is our super psychotic Mathematics teacher who whips students’ backs for not doing her class’ homework. Once she targets you, whatever you...
Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Widjck

Tenggelamnya Kapal Van Der Widjck

Ditulis oleh Akmal Filem ini boleh saya katakan sebagai sebuah karya yang sempurna. Sememangnya ia sebuah karya yang cukup hebat. Perkembangan watak dan kisahnya dapat digambarkan dengan sangat baik. Dan pastinya, yang paling penting bagi sebuah filem adalah mesej yang ia ingin sampaikan. Mesej dan nilai inilah yang akan dapat memberitahu penonton akan gaya berfikir...
Female and Proud?

Female and Proud?

Written by Atifah Izzati Ubaidillah Feminism is still in its infancy in Malaysia. Viewed as an exclusively western concept that doesn’t apply to our Asian community, the idea of feminism is deemed irrelevant, because unlike in the US and other Western countries, where wage differences and workplace discrimination point glaringly towards gender inequality, Malaysia is...
My Car, My Blood

My Car, My Blood

Written by Fuyuki Hiko Let us dive into the world of motorist enthusiasts. A small world in which strangers become friends, enemies become rivals, bad blood turns into a family bond. That is the world in which everyone shares the same passion. Cars. The mere sound of an exhaust will be music to the ear...
Kejayaan Kita, Hak Mereka

Kejayaan Kita, Hak Mereka

Ditulis oleh Wan Harith Kita semua pernah merasai nikmat kejayaan dalam apa-apa perkara yang kita pernah lakukan di dalam hidup kita tetapi apabila kita menjalani kehidupan di dalam universiti, nikmat itu makin jauh dan makin menghilang. Bagi sesetengah orang, nikmat itu konsisten diberikan kepada mereka oleh Nya dan ada yang segelintir mendapat nikmat itu setelah...

Kejayaan Kita, Hak Mereka

Ditulis oleh Wan Harith  Kita semua pernah merasai nikmat kejayaan dalam apa-apa perkara yang kita pernah lakukan di dalam hidup kita tetapi apabila kita menjalani kehidupan di dalam universiti, nikmat itu makin jauh dan makin menghilang. Bagi sesetengah orang, nikmat itu konsisten diberikan kepada mereka oleh Nya dan ada yang segelintir mendapat nikmat itu setelah...
Cyber Law Mooting Competition 2017

Cyber Law Mooting Competition 2017

Written by Ema Marya Yacob On the 24th of February 2017, the Ahmad Ibrahim Kuliyyah of Laws (AIKOL) hosted the Cyber Law Mooting Competition (CLMC) 2017 which is the first ever intervarsity mooting competition hosted by them in collaboration with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). The competition aimed to provide a platform for...
Making America Great Again

Making America Great Again

Written by Syahirah Nazirah It is jarring how time flies so fast. Not too long ago the idea of Donald Trump being president of the United States was a joke. Well, not anymore. The United States have voted and their choice is Donald John Trump, American business magnate, investor, television personality and author. Even though...
Splendid Suns, Splendid Words

Splendid Suns, Splendid Words

Written by Aminah Jahan Before I start my review or shall I say an overall appreciation for Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns, you, reader, must vow to give this novel at least one go in your lifetime. Make that a goal.   A Thousand Splendid Suns was written by an Afghan writer who topped...
For All The World's Children

For All The World’s Children

Written by Sofiya Hazali (In order for readers to fully understand this article, I would advise them to read the footnotes along with it) “When I met him, he would touch me all over” (16 years old, Deevi*) “We would go to a hotel room” (15 years old, Liyana*) “He would teach me a lot...