The South Asians are freaking out. The Lankans are freaking out. The Americans are freaking out. Okay fine, maybe I’m just exaggerating, a bit. Or maybe I’m not. Let me ramble. The girls have it bad. Bad-der, correction. The brown girls have it worse, or what I mean here is everyone from the brown lands … More The Singles’ Anxiety: An Invisible Pandemic (Part 1)
pexels.com Nothing! Well, not exactly, but for our consuming purposes, pretty much nothing. Growing up, for some reason I always had this idea that brown eggs were healthier than their pearly white brethren. Their earthy tones, perhaps, symbolized that they were more natural, or less commercialized and bleached similar to white bread and white rice. … More What is the Difference Between White Eggs and Brown Eggs?
Be you a freshman or a graduating senior, college life forever involves panting from stress. It’s kind of like running a 4 year long marathon ridden with the occasional shin splint, while sweating from a heat wave of endless nerves. Even when its 3AM and you’re pulling up that unwashed dorm comforter to cover yourself … More From College Graduation to Employment: 7 Best Tips for the Job Search
I told myself I wouldn’t blog politics. But when politics is up in your face, you say bring it. Credit: S Jinadasa You can post all the statuses you want. That’s good. Keep doing that. But I’m sorry everyone, what we really also need are actionable solutions. We need active solutions and recommendations on how … More A Call for Intelligent Sri Lankans
I liked it more than I didn’t. “Hem hem”. Before embarking on “The Casual Vacancy”, check-in those memory stuffed suitcases of “Harry Potter” at the cupboard under the stairs. There will be no need for wands, muggle! No need for robes, and certainly, no need for magic. Well? Tut tut—off you go! Ah, but crisp … More J.K Rowling’s "The Casual Vacancy": A Review
The God instinct is hard to explain simply because I know not where to start. For me, it comes from this: I believe in God. But really, why? A part of it stems from my being too scared not to, perhaps because there is too much at stake. From a logical vantage point, the favour … More The God Instinct
I love college. Whether you’re in Harvard (1), Princeton (2), Stanford (5), Brown (15), GW (51), AU (79), Clark (86), Stony Brook (99) or any other top college/university in the US, or around the world, you know exactly what I mean. US university rankings for 2011 were published by the omniscient US News and World … More If You Don’t Go To College