Is a call for justice a glorified cry for revenge? Is justice noble, while revenge unworthy?
When a private university organised a flash mob and another one a concert to welcome back its students to campus post Covid shutdown, we looked at the safety protocol prepared for our campus in pity.
The “Oscar Slap” has created a virtual cottage industry that profits from processing a particular on-stage action that took place during the 94th Academy Awards-giving gala on March 27.
When was the last time you looked at the face of the rickshaw-puller who gave you a ride? Or the guard who opened the door for you at a mall?
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked all its affiliates to implement the semester system by July 1.
It is common for modern day leaders to use teleprompters, in which words are projected onto transparent beam-splitter mirrors, making their speeches appear impromptu and spontaneous.
“The Book (Le Livre)” was an ambitious project of the 19th century French poet Stephane Mallarme.
There was a time, not long ago, when Bangla news editors would use the phrase “like the price of water” to connote the low cost of an item.
A colleague teaching abroad recently called to ask, “What’s the minimum criteria for becoming a vice-chancellor in Bangladesh?
Let’s admit it: the time for debate on school reopening is over. It’s time to stop treating education as an afterthought, as if it’s not a priority.