What’s for Dinner? A Look at Speciesism

(Co-Authored by Lakshmi Venkataraman, 5th year, NALSAR.) “The question is not, “Can they reason?” nor, “Can they talk?” but “Can they suffer?” – Jeremy Bentham Is morality subjective? Yes. Yet, there are certain acts or behaviours that are deemed objectively morally unjustifiable by most societies today, such as killing, torturing, enslaving, etc., – even if…

Just Eat It

Anonymous   “I ate too much again,” K bemoans with a rueful look on her face as she walks into the room with her hands on her tummy. This has become something of a routine. I hear so many food-related woes everyday (and not the kind criticizing mess food). It’s all around us, whether we…

Chocolat Boulangerie Patisserie

Recently, Legally India reported on how placements in our college are finally picking up steam, with many of our seniors from the Batch of 2014 getting high-flying jobs and securing admission in prestigious universities abroad for LLM. This Glasnost report is on Rahul Seth’s new venture, Chocolat Boulangerie Patisserie, which adds a sweetly unique feather to the hat…

Restaurant Review: Drool Kitchen, Dwarka

If you’re ever in the mood for good Chinese, considering that Yo! China doesn’t deliver and Noodle Bowl isn’t very appetizing, or, you fancy real pasta (not a fake Pasta Express version) but are too lazy to get out of bed, get permission to leave campus to go out and get it, then, Drool Kitchen…

The NLU Delhi Food Guide

In light of the recent find-the-bug-in-your-food scheme initiated by the mess contractor of our esteemed University, many of us who don’t relish the taste of exotic oriental fare (read: Idli Cockroach a la Fortune Cookies) have taken to eating at Amul, and in the Cafeteria. As the same variety of options everyday might get boring, here…