By: Danial Akif and Usama Bin Ansar
By: Syed Mashhood Hussain
By: Ureeba Rehan
Visiting the city of my birth is always a humbling experience; my mouth full of hunger for a brief taste of memory, unfamiliarity still hanging over the rooftops of my mind as my eyes try their best to adjust. How interesting that a blink can reroute you back to a time when your body felt airy and gold-souled and slipper-free. How peculiar that it is only when you return to a place that your brain suddenly realizes how to remember. It’s a lot like wiping away dust.
By: Rownak Tabassum
American author Barbara Kingsolver once wrote, “Memory is a complicated thing, a relative to truth, but not its twin.” Our memories are not always synonymous with reality; we forget details or misremember entirely. More often than we as a society are willing to admit, innocent people are convicted because of human error, especially in the judicial process.