Few moments with the Sitara-e-Imtiaz

Dr. Ayesha Jalal, a renowned Pakistani-American historian on the globe, holds a unique conceptualization within the minds of fellow Luminites. Her dense and intellectually stimulating articles form a part of the perceived notions we hold dearly for her. We have decided to share her thoughts about the LUMS community as well.   Q: Was your…

The Beginning of New Era

The LUMS Daily Student is proud to announce it’s partnership with Daily Pakistan; this truly is the beginning of a new era! Through this partnership, the LUMS Daily Student hopes to establish itself as Pakistan’s largest student-run newspaper, featuring a carefully curated selection features, investigative features and and articles written by students. Find copies of…

Covent Garden – Review

Covent Garden graciously hosted a dinner for the host team of CARMA on the second day of the event. The ambiance of the place was very sophisticated and cozy. What appealed the most to me about Covent Garden was how dynamic it was. From basement lounge to the snooker bar, it had everything one would…

Nama Burger – Nam Hi Kaafi Hai

There’s a new burger place in town that is sure to creep into your list of favorite places to eat at. ‘Nama Burger’ is located in the heart of the H-Block Market in DHA, a convenient location that is already quite well known for its numerous food outlets. What makes Nama Burger stand out from…

Not just Another Click of a Button

Some roll their eyes while others smirk. Not just any smirk but the mocking, “I knew she was going to go there”, kind. Perhaps exhausted to its full capacity, the “issue” of equality among sexes or a literary riot against the patriarchy is an ever-present theme within the West and a few upper middle class…

Fear The Future

I live a life lulled by the fear of failure in the future; you see the future holds all my dreams, my aspirations. The future is my excuse for not giving it my all in this very moment, why? Because we feel that we will somehow be the best versions of ourselves in the future,…

The Lab Of Metaphors

  There it was, a long brass bar held up as if it was the One. Chosen from a bunch as if it had some mystical powers attached to it, the lab assistant held up the hexagonal bar for students of all “Ratti-fication” ability to see, reminding me of Rafiki revealing Simba at Pride Rock…