Student Feature: Poetry By Prakhar Mishra

Crimson Memories I see an ashen sky, streaks of metal birds fleetingI hear the ghosts’ silence, past the bullets’ echoes lingeringI feel the earth tremble, tremble pens, hearts, and hands,Taste metal, beer, fear; smell gasoline, wastelands Leave this inferno, I adjure,Your soul does not belong, so pure We saw stars stretched across the Stygian sky,Continue reading “Student Feature: Poetry By Prakhar Mishra”

Graduating: How Rupi Kaur’s Poetry Fill In The Dots…

Excerpts taken from Rupi Kaur’s ‘Milk and Honey’ It’s unfathomable how it all started from receiving an acceptance letter in high school. That letter was the beginning of my journey to three entirely different countries all by myself. This journey helped me make a lot of friends, have a lot of experiences, and live aContinue reading “Graduating: How Rupi Kaur’s Poetry Fill In The Dots…”

Did no One kill Jessica?

A tale of 2 women fighting for justice in a city where power rules all. No One Killed Jessica follows the real-life murder case of model and celebrity bartender Jessica Lal who was shot to death for refusing to serve drinks after closing the bar to a politician’s son in the summer of 1999 TheContinue reading “Did no One kill Jessica?”

Living through COVID in SP Jain Dubai

COVID in Dubai hit us out of the blue in the second half of 2021. One day there was 1 case in my building and a few days later, we had 40. How this happened is unclear. How we lived through it as students and the support the school offered is my story. It startedContinue reading “Living through COVID in SP Jain Dubai”

Why Richard Grayson Is Thankfully a Hero

Richard John “Dick” Grayson made his debut as Batman’s partner-in-vigilantism in April of 1940 and quickly made his way to the top to be a fan favourite of the DC fans, a position of popularity he has held since to this day. His most notable trait is his sense of justice and his want toContinue reading “Why Richard Grayson Is Thankfully a Hero”

Off to Australia… Finally After A 2 Year Wait

My Experience Flying to Australia After 2 Years of Lockdown No one told me how difficult it would be to adjust to online classes. Finding out while I was in Dubai that there was a pandemic came as a traumatic bombshell to me because it felt unbelievable to my eyes and my mind. I didn’tContinue reading “Off to Australia… Finally After A 2 Year Wait”

A New Dilemma with Methane Emissions

Unaccounted Methane Emissions? Just a few days ago, it was reported by scientists that there is an unaccounted percentage of methane emissions worldwide through satellites. With the present technology, it was found that there is a leak of methane from landfills, gas pipelines and more. Methane is a natural gas that has an estimated 80Continue reading “A New Dilemma with Methane Emissions”

Princess Mako

Since the dawn of time, there has always been a tale of a prince falling in love with a princess and spending a life happily ever after. The stories have since then branched out to forbidden tales of tragic romance and action, like Romeo Juliet and the Titanic (which in hindsight would not have beenContinue reading “Princess Mako”


Changing schools was not a new event in my life, in fact, it happened so frequently to me I started expecting a reset in my school experience every two or three years. It was usually a mixture of anxiety and excitement, an event of change that had become the norm. My new 11th-grade classroom wasContinue reading “Kindness…”

Living the Dubai life

Student life in Dubai is exciting and yet a bit hard, fun and games go hand in hand with work and studies. Dubai is an enchanting place to not just study or shop but also to explore. With the EXPO open for 6 months, you have a chance to experience multiple countries in just oneContinue reading “Living the Dubai life”