On Pads and other things

On Tuesday morning, campus woke up to find itself covered in pads. They were everywhere: inside the Acad Block, near the Library, stuck on the huge glass windows of the cafeteria. Most of them had a splash of red (meant to indicate blood) and a strong, feminist message written on them. The Pads Against Sexism…

And Then There Were Two

Come Sunday and the cricketing world will see two neighbours and rivals go head to head in their quest for the Holy Grail of cricket. The Trans-Tasman battle between Australia and New Zealand takes centre stage in Melbourne, with Australia in pursuit of their 5th title and New Zealand looking to be crowned champions for…

The Fall of 66A

As many of you must have heard by now, Section 66A of the IT Act has been struck down by the Supreme Court. This article is to try and explain to those less aware about it, the significance of this event, the history of the section, and why its demise is being widely celebrated. The…

Bile

You enter law school. You don’t know how you did it, but do it you did. Your NLUD entrance score doesn’t match up with your CLAT score and you wonder how you got in in the first place. Combined with your Class 12 marks, your evaluation of yourself as a student raises more questions than…