- Jumuah [2018 Summer]: EDB Gym@ 2 PM every Friday (excluding holidays)
By Faria Malik She’s tired of fighting, she’s closing her eyes; Her mind drifts to all of the things that she tries And fails to complete but the struggle is real. She has no one to turn to. She’s starting to feel Like the weight of the world is just weighing her down, And she … Continue reading She called.
By Amal Abdullah Our world holds more than seven billion people — seven billion complex lives with stories and experiences as vast and intricate as our own. Out of the seven billion, a good chunk lives in suffering. There is so much hurt in the world, so much that needs fixing, each problem a grain … Continue reading On Saving the World
By Hamza Malik, Fourth Year Political Science Day in and day out, we draw His ire, Aloof to Paradise, unaware of His Fire, Drenched in sin, spiritually mired, For our Lord, without knowing, has become our own desire, When the legacy of the Beloved ﷺ fails to inspire, Written off as desert tales, of his … Continue reading Transcending the Transient
By Mishaa Khan, First Year Behavioural Neuroscience Ramadan is a holy month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims all around the world abstain from eating, drinking, and engaging in sexual intercourse from the early morning prayer (before dawn) to around sunset. In many Muslim societies, there are changes in work and school timings but … Continue reading The Neuroscience of Fasting