Posts tagged "Dialawgues"
[Dialawgues] Not Just A Coffee-Making Uncle

[Dialawgues] Not Just A Coffee-Making Uncle

You’ve read some stories about the non-academic staff in law school – Remember Auntie Saddiah from the NUS Co-op @ BTC, who’s always game for a little chat with us students? Remember our former Summit chef Suresh Krishnan the ‘Briyani man’, and Auntie Tara who works relentlessly behind the scenes so our classrooms are always clean? As part of...
[Dialawgues] Summit Senior Chef Raj

[Dialawgues] Summit Senior Chef Raj

You’ve read some stories about the non-academic staff and personnel in law school – Remember Auntie Saddiah from the NUS Co-op @ BTC, who’s always game for a little chat with us students? There was also Summit chef Suresh Krishnan, the ‘Briyani man’, who’s pretty much the teacher-shifu to current Senior Chef of the Indian food stall, Rajasekaran Manjini. It’s...
[Dialawgues] Co-Op Auntie Saddiah

[Dialawgues] Co-Op Auntie Saddiah

You’ve read some stories about the non-academic staff and personnel in law school – Remember Auntie Tara, who wakes at 3:50am every morning to travel here for work? Or Suresh Krishnan who is pretty much responsible for the great Briyani we get to enjoy at the Summit today? And just a while back, Mr. P. Rachandran, the Senior Operations Manager...
[Dialawgues]: A Guardian, A Servant of the People

[Dialawgues]: A Guardian, A Servant of the People

You’ve read some stories about the non-academic staff and personnel in law school.. Remember Auntie Tara and how she wakes up at 3:50am every morning to travel to our school? Or perhaps you’ve forgotten it was Suresh Krishnan‘s impeccable culinary skills passed down to the halal food stall chefs in the Summit that blest us with the wonderful  Briyani...
[Dialawgues]: The Man Behind Our Briyani

[Dialawgues]: The Man Behind Our Briyani

“Do you hear the people sing? Singing the song of angry men…” For countless young, aspiring lawyers who have experienced bloody, barren years of culinary catastrophe, the curmudgeon-cry of the NUS Law populace has centered primarily on the all-important commodity of… Brace yourselves – this will be momentous… The –all important commodity of. Food. “There’s a...
[Dialawgues]: A Chat with a School Custodian

[Dialawgues]: A Chat with a School Custodian

Coming to school at the crack of dawn and leaving long after nightfall might describe the life of a law student during term time, but is mere routine for the custodians on our campus. As we pound away at   our laptops and pore over pages of readings, we are perhaps careless to let them slip...