Raian Abedin

Your comments on leaving the country are not welcome here

It is the task— the responsibility, even— of anyone with a semblance of power to uphold the rights of those without. So when crisis befalls, why do we suggest escape to those who cannot?

1w ago

Are private universities ready for PhD programmes?

Hope remains that private universities across the country will be able to foster a culture of research at a PhD level.

1w ago

The tiny space between science and literature

"Growing to love something, and allowing that to change me is not immediate, it is not profound. Nor is it something caused just by reading a handful of books"

1w ago

Taylor Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department is still a confusing mess

Revisiting this album months after its release, I take away even less than when I initially listened to it front to back.

2w ago

How to exist

When there’s a lull in the air, I get the feeling that I’ve scraped the bottom of my fleshy insides.

2m ago

'Small World City' Issue 04: Another dosage of the beautiful and the haunted

The latest offering from the online literary journal feels, in many respects, like their most polished work yet

2m ago

The prospects of pursuing postgraduate education in Bangladesh

For many, a Master’s degree is an important opportunity to build their skill set and to create networks that will lead to newer opportunities

2m ago

Bangladeshi, int'l students worried amid pro-Palestine protests in US campuses

US university students protest Gaza war, face arrests, suspensions, expulsion threats.

2m ago
July 17, 2024
July 17, 2024

Your comments on leaving the country are not welcome here

It is the task— the responsibility, even— of anyone with a semblance of power to uphold the rights of those without. So when crisis befalls, why do we suggest escape to those who cannot?

July 15, 2024
July 15, 2024

Are private universities ready for PhD programmes?

Hope remains that private universities across the country will be able to foster a culture of research at a PhD level.

July 13, 2024
July 13, 2024

The tiny space between science and literature

"Growing to love something, and allowing that to change me is not immediate, it is not profound. Nor is it something caused just by reading a handful of books"

July 4, 2024
July 4, 2024

Taylor Swift’s The Tortured Poets Department is still a confusing mess

Revisiting this album months after its release, I take away even less than when I initially listened to it front to back.

May 18, 2024
May 18, 2024

How to exist

When there’s a lull in the air, I get the feeling that I’ve scraped the bottom of my fleshy insides.

May 17, 2024
May 17, 2024

'Small World City' Issue 04: Another dosage of the beautiful and the haunted

The latest offering from the online literary journal feels, in many respects, like their most polished work yet

May 16, 2024
May 16, 2024

The prospects of pursuing postgraduate education in Bangladesh

For many, a Master’s degree is an important opportunity to build their skill set and to create networks that will lead to newer opportunities

May 4, 2024
May 4, 2024

Bangladeshi, int'l students worried amid pro-Palestine protests in US campuses

US university students protest Gaza war, face arrests, suspensions, expulsion threats.

April 25, 2024
April 25, 2024

The First Slam Dunk is sports anime distilled to its essentials

The First Slam Dunk has, in many ways, perfectly distilled everything that makes sports anime good.

March 30, 2024
March 30, 2024

Kissing strangers

Kissing strangers only feels good

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