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Your Ultimate Packing Guide for a Semester in Berlin

Posted on 01. Sep, 2015 by in Features

If you go around asking people what their dreams are, as diverse as the answers might be, you will find that, most of the time, traveling finds its way to the top. Packing however, is a completely different matter. Getting ready to spend a semester abroad in Germany is extremely exciting but also hectic in […]

Picture Perfect: Two GUC-ians Taking the First Steps Towards Their Dream

Posted on 28. Jun, 2015 by in Features, Interviews

Almost each and every one of us has a dream wishing endlessly for it to come true. Truth be told, almost none of us change that magical thought into reality, but when we do, something extraordinary like an explosion of creativity strikes, filling the implementer with ultimate happiness. Two of those dreamers who recently took […]

GUC MUN Conference: An Inside View

Posted on 08. Jun, 2015 by in Features

GUC Model United Nations (MUN) holds an annual conference to simulate UN committees. This year, the conference simulated 2 councils: The Security Council, the most powerful committee,  which is responsible for keeping the international peace, and The Human Rights Council, which protects and monitors human rights globally, and is also responsible for addressing the countries/organisations […]

TIQ’s The Great Debate: A Constructive Clash of Wits

Posted on 03. May, 2015 by in News

“Please welcome the members of both houses Orion and Pegasus..” and the doors of H4 slammed wide open, the sunlight entering the dimly lit hall, and the members walking in with great enthusiasm. This is how The Intelligent Question’s biggest event of the year, The Great Debate, started on the 24th of April. After the […]

The Intelligent Question: A Battle of Wits

Posted on 10. Apr, 2015 by in Features

  The Intelligent Question is a debate club which aims for progress through effective communication and perpetual seeking of knowledge. Their mission is to inspire openness and make sure that knowledge along with truth are always hand in hand, pursued by encouraging curiosity.  On Friday, 3rd of April, the second of the three major debating […]

The Musical Magical World

Posted on 08. Apr, 2015 by in Opinion

Over the past two years and after every stressful period, I find myself escaping the hectic and messy GUC life through music, and who is better to help heal and soothe the soul than the “Music Ensemble”. Every time I attend a concert, Operetta or even a classical salon, they always tend to be up […]

A Night Worth The Wait: The GUC Music Ensemble’s Classical Salon

Posted on 01. Mar, 2015 by in Features

  Like any other normal Thursday, I was in rags, or in other words, a lab coat, stuck in a laboratory and late as usual. But that night was different. When the clock struck 6, my white coat had to disappear. The day underwent a total transformation as I got ready for a Classical music […]

Just for a night!

Posted on 16. May, 2014 by in Opinion

  Have you heard of the GUC? Well, let me tell you something you probably haven’t seen unless you are a student in it; in every corner, every morning, students walk in like dead zombies, so pale, lifeless, hating their life, their faculty, but most importantly their college. On normal days, we are lazy; we […]

CRITIC’s CORNER: “Perks of Being a Wallflower” & “The Hobbit”

Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 by in Series

The Hobbit Type: Feature Film Genre: Fantasy Review by: Fatema Ahmed Bilbo Baggins had decided to abandon his thirst for adventure and spend the rest of his life among the company of books, following the concept of better safe than sorry, and simply settling down in his humble hobbit home. All this was until a […]