SERIES #1 – MAKING SENSE OF THE GENDER GAP

Let’s get to know the background… For years now, sociologists and psychologists have teamed up to delve deeper into the different aspects that surround the participation of women in sports. Be it just showing up for a selection event or...

The Invisibility of Culture

By Andrea Fernandes, Grade 11, The Westminster School, Dubai “Tradition, which is always old, is at the same time ever new because it is always reviving – born again in each new generation, to be lived and applied in a...

The art Work 2

Nikita Asnani , a class 12 student of the Indian High School , Dubai on Children's Day. Pic by: Nikita Asnani on this special children's day.

YOUTH TALK : Choosing Right University: Through the Lens of Uni Student

I’m writing this article as a fresher in Computer Science at the National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India. I have been through the phase that most of you’re going through, right from Grade 11 when I’d picked up my...

Violence

By Hyfa Sunil Azeez, 10-E, Our Own English High School, Sharjah (Girls) Burnt buses, bombed buildings, bomb blasts on stations, bus stops, in trains, on flight in an aeroplane-no place seems safe anymore. Every morning the newspaper at my doorstep...

Is it the question of necessity?

By Kavya Prasad Congratulations to The Young Vision for opening a ‘Straight Talk’ on one of today’s most trending topics - Are examinations necessary?  I was just following the news of the recently held 10th board exams in India and the mass...

Priorities at University Abroad

Swathy Sanjay Sidhu, TYV Ambassador studying in UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON, UK sharing her initial month experience at university.... "What I learnt about priorities in my first few months at university abroad." Being away from home for the first time was, as...

Goodbye to an English teacher

By ShanaiTanwar (IX-A) Patience is a virtue, she had said, as I stamped my feet impatiently. She illuminated the path of knowledge and wisdom, and rescued me from the wrath of stray commas and hyphens. She scolded me when I got my...

THANK YOU DR. KALAM

By Varshini Balaji, 12th Grade in Delhi Private School,Dubai On 27 July 2015 the world bid adieu to a visionary, a miracle by human standards and potential. A man of ordinary background yet extraordinary ideas and intelligence. None other than...

A Tree’s Plea

(Painting by Nikita Asnani, Grade 12, The Indian High School - Dubai) Hello! I am a huge tree My name is Neese I am not only a tree But a home for little buzzing bees I have many friends All of...

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