Classrooms Around the World

Recently, The Guardian newspaper carried a photo feature on classrooms from different countries. To me, this one came closest to our school. It’s from Bangladesh. The white wall, the tube light, the attendance register...

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Back to School

An old boy who visits Loyola School is always greeted with affection, whatever his station in life. On arrival, you are glided into small talk by a priest or staff member who recognises you. You ask about the teachers of...

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25 Years Ago: 1984-85

Third annual instalment, in the 25 Years Ago series. Typically, when a Loyolite is in his primary or upper primary classes, he views seniors with admiration. The good speakers and sportsmen in high school are heroes, and even...

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Videos on Loyola

The 2009 edition of LA Fest is scheduled for 18 July, and there is a promise of live videostreaming. With videos on YouTube, LA Fest has always been a step ahead in providing Loyola videos on the internet. So, here’s...

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Flowers of Loyola

Vishnu Dattan (2001 ISC) works at Infosys Technologies in Singapore, and is known to most Loyolites as a former School Leader, Best Loyolite, keyboardist or office-bearer of LOBA. But some of us know him also as a photo...

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Bye, Mr Baker

Laurie Baker left us two Sundays ago. We left him a decade ago. Architect and builder Laurie Baker designed and built the junior classrooms that Loyolites grew up in, and the canteen complex where we sipped our first chocolate...

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