November started in TIP with a boom. First was TIES bake sale, Freddy Friday, then came Winter Venture. However, let’s talk about Freddy Friday.
Freddy Friday was held on last Friday i.e November 14, 2014. And alas all the glamour, retro and chick theme it was a homey event *saying in a positive manner*.
Let us begin. This semester the crowd was really down, nothing was happening, the tempo was miserable and just Yawn.
Bang! The freshmen Gala and Sportfest awakened all. Starting with commending the TISF and Sportex who did a really good job in organizing it all. Nothing was left to be desired. The auditorium was lit with disco lights, the basketball court with great lightening and audio system, hostel accommodations and food was given.
I would begin by giving a heartfelt, well deserved farewell to the gone 4th years. Now that you have left, we know the true value of what you were. To say you guys were AWESOME is an understatement. Has been 2 days but we miss. Continue reading
TIP offers the same thing 10 other blokes do in the city. We, even within our own skin are not inventive, we have same courses as AIFD or Indus, combined with the fact that we are 50 kilometers away from city doesn’t help at all.
Any student’s wet dream is Indus, at least in the market we are trying to capture. After that we are left with AIFD. Convenient, Affordable, Solid.
The team of Quack would like to inform you that Mr.Mohammad Akram Butt, father of our Texpert, Mr.Mohsin Butt passed away today afternoon, June 6, 2014. (May Allah grant him peace and forgiveness)
His Namaz-e- Janaza will be offered tomorrow, June 7th 2014, at Zuhar prayers (1:15pm) at Masjid-e-Ayesha, Khayaban-e-Itehad.
Please remember him in your prayers.
For details contact:
Mr. Fahad Alam: 0333-3382373
Have you ever wondered that how can anyone represent Iqbal’s Shiqwa on fabric? Or use Rust to create Tea effect? Or use Recycle fabrics to create a display? But it was all done by the institute’s designers.
Yes, it’s time to make it official peeps. With seriously no more than 3 days left for me to graduate, it’s time to pass on the baton. While it’s true that not many raise their hands when asked to contribute towards Quack!, this semester the Quack! Online team was fortunate enough to spot an ambitious writer who not only contributed when approached, but asked to be part of the troupe.
Former Editors, avid readers and our beloved followers, please join me in welcoming Meera Moiz Khan as the new Editor of Quack! Online.
Her professional style with a much needed desi touch adds interest and applause from the entire audience. I wish her the best of luck and have no doubts in her bright future as a popular writer. Have no fear in putting up what comes to mind. As long as you maintain that level of integrity in your writing, you have no one to be afraid of. And yes, I mean no one.