The Youth Correspondent – Editorial Board
|The beauty of the written word, the stroke of a paint brush, the sound of a guitar string, a piano, the adrenaline felt when performing on stage, is that anything can inspire them. Komal is an IR major at SZABIST, aspiring to be a journalist and write for the New York Times some day and while uncertainty prevails, one thing is for sure, she can find inspiration in the insignificant.|
|Tayaba Iftikhar is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication. Her interests revolve around eating, procrastinating, writing, wallowing in despair over her unruly, curly locks, and listening to good screamo music. She also has a deep fascination with cake, paper and general weirdness.|
The soul of Youth Correspondent. Pragmatic. Quiet. Entangled.
|Farwah is a 19 year old blogger who exhibits her love for the community by way of her writing. She contributes articles relating to the youth of Pakistan and the world, and their opinions and viewpoints. Besides this she also actively works on community service projects and tackles the current social issues faced by the people by way of constructive critic and analysis.|
|Born in Lahore, raised in Muscat, studied in a Sri Lankan school – Sarah Ansari is a student of Mass communication at NBS. She blogs, acts and often flaunts her DSLR. By the time she realized she wants to be in the field of journalism, she completed half her ACCA and discovered her knack for baking. Oh and she stutters, which she claims to be both her strength and weakness.|
|An engineer on CV, sarcastic at brain, a gossiper at heart, a procrastinator by nature. Khadija loves cooking as much as eating. She is practical but fun-loving. Life in her eyes is to make people smile, “Life is full of surprises, take them as they come to you”. She believes that WE the youth of Pakistan can take it to the level where the world will RESPECT us for our green passports. No matter how low life is today a positive attitude can change everything.|
|Arvin is one of the newest members of the Youth Correspondent team and is the main writer for ‘The Diplomat’ section. He is an ardent debater and has taken part in, won and even chaired MUN conferences. He has an avid interest in international politics, world history, literature and environmental conservation. He firmly believes that secular mindsets and rationalism are two things essential for Pakistan’s progress.|