Sahr Jalil
Sahr Jalil is a first year international student from Karachi, Pakistan. As a strong advocate for women’s rights and education she involved herself in several projects for the cause, teaching science and math at a girls’ school. She is wildly passionate about science and fiction (sometimes science-fiction), and is currently studying the Biological Sciences at Clare College, Cambridge. You can find her spending disproportionate amounts of time on Youtube and occasionally dabbling in theatre, nonsense and blogging.

Blog Entries by Sahr Jalil

Paper People

(0) Comments | Posted 17 December 2012 | (23:48)

Picture this: You're in the back seat of your car, on a three hour journey to your first term in university. John Green's Paper Towns is open in your lap, but you're too nervous to concentrate on the text so you resort to staring out the window instead.

In the...

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Culture Shock in a Global Society

(2) Comments | Posted 14 October 2012 | (16:56)

England: Black cabs and red double-decker buses. Fish and chips and tea and scones. Big Ben and the Queen. Grand cathedrals and little sunshine.

Pakistan: Gunfire lullabies and women oppressed. Bombs and Islamic extremism. Poverty and desperation. Home to a people with limitless hospitality and ridiculous festive exuberance (yet that...

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