I’m winding down the first half of semester, and it’s so far been incredible.
My sister got her restricted license four months ago, and it’s been a smooth ride so far (excuse the pun). Continue reading The drive to pass
After two long years in the workforce, I find myself back at university. Continue reading New Year, New Me: Round Three
We’ve had two months of 2017, and it’s been so far interesting. President Trump celebrated his first month in office, Victoria had it’s worst aviation disaster in thirty years and for the first time ever, my family went on our biennial India trip without me. Despite the many new challenges we’ve already faced, there is one topic still thriving in the undertones of huge political and social issues: feminism. Continue reading Third-Wave Feminism (or the premature Death of Sinelle’s career)
Though it may seem as such, my patriotism isn’t limited to two days in the year. Continue reading India is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters…
Lately I’ve been stressed. It’s irrational and odd, but stress none the less. It’s something I endure every time I come online. The cause? Bad grammar. Continue reading An Issue Of ‘Grammatic’ Proportions
Mention the name Lorna Cordeiro and 95 per cent of the Goan community will know exactly who you’re talking about Continue reading My Saturday with Lorna