By Siti Fatimah Azzahra Zawawi International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) has always been leading the way as the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue. In appreciations…View More Of sculpture, mural, heritage and virtue
By Ameerah Angelina and Amirah Yasmin IIUM Art Club (iAC) was officiated under the Centre for Arts and Cultural Sustainable Development (CITRA) in 2017 but…View More Appreciation of art diversity and value through iAC
By Amirah Yasmin Characters are canvases which are carefully painted to bring a film to life. Unlike novels or any other pieces of literature, it…View More Costume design, the footnote of a character
By Nurfatihah Irdina PAGOH, 21 December 2020: Debating has always been seen an activity stereotyped to endless argument, long hours of chattering about a certain…View More Four debaters share common experience that shaped their lives
By Amirah Yasmin When Taylor Swift posted “Not a lot going on at the moment” on her social media, it was an indication that this…View More Taylor Swift’s folklore: the lockdown album
By Dhiya Damia Zuhairul Barbie movies are famous worldwide, especially among young girls. I personally like Barbie since I was a child until now as…View More Barbie movies and critiques
By Nur Fatihah Irdina Recently, I came across a fictional character that inspires me. She is Beth Harmon from “The Queen’s Gambit”. For those who…View More Fictional characters, a blessing or a hindrance?
By Ariani Mohd Nor A doctor, a scientist, and an epidemiologist walked into a cinema… Just kidding. In this pandemic? They know better. They’re too…View More What’s next for the cinema industry?
By Nurin Najmina Zaidi I was walking with my roommate, H. to go to Mahallah Hafsah just to check out the cafeteria. And after buying…View More Being an introvert, just like a lone flower
By Nor Hazimah Sukri Last month, we were saddened by the news of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Malaysia. The numbers are rising…View More How to relieve yourself from stress during pandemic