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From the first batch members of Book Club to the new members

“That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.” – Jhumpa Lahiri A group of any number or size establishes a space for individuals with different, contrasting personalities and perspectives to come together for bonding, sharing experiences and developing a sense of belonging. The group becomes a comfortable space for expressing […]

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Trip to western Nepal

The excitement began on 19th December. Everything was packed and was in its place. I could barely sleep that night. The excitement increased, even more, when the engine of our tour bus started. We were all together with a group of twenty-seven students, three teachers, a bus driver, and a guide. Our journey began from […]

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Six months of togetherness with Doko

We started our green journey with Doko recyclers, a social venture committed to solving Nepal’s waste management problem, back in June. As an education institution with hundreds of students, we produce a lot of waste. The KMC truck used to come thrice a week to collect the wastages at United. They used to load the […]

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United Academy’s fundraiser donated Rs 50,000 to HIV/AIDS care centre

On the occasion of World Aids Day, the students of United Academy organised week-long fundraising event–from December 1 to 6–to help the victims of HIV/AIDS. The fundraising event included a bake sale, handicrafts sale, artwork sale and an aids awareness play. A hefty amount of Rs.50,000 was successfully raised which was later donated to Karuna […]

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Learning when to say ‘No’: An act of self empowerment

A ‘pushover’ is identified as someone who can be easily influenced or is easy to overcome. In a simpler context, a pushover would be someone who is a weakling, an easy mark or target to get by. Over the years of growing up and going through the hustle and bustle of emotional transitions, we tend […]

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Philadelphia – A Movie Review

Do you hear the cries of a little girl ringing in your ears because her friends call her an ‘untouchable’? Why is she an untouchable? Because she is infected with AIDS. A touch, a hug, a little time may not mean anything or make little difference to you, but for a little girl who is […]

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UARC in Aavishkar 2019

United Academy Robotics club has yet again added another feat to their long list of achievements this year. The team had recently participated in Aavishkar 2019 organized by Kathmandu University and they have successfully bagged the third position with the second-highest points in the tournament, among 20 participating teams. The tournament’s theme was “cleaning ponds and […]

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Together for a cause

Every year, since 1988, December 1 is celebrated as World AIDS Day with the primary objective of raising awareness about the global health issue of the epidemic AIDS, which is caused by the spread of HIV infection. As chronic and deteriorating as the illness can be in its prognosis for the infected, the societal and […]

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Visit to Soaltee Crown Plaza

Early morning along with the orange sun rays and chirping birds my friends and I gathered in the Academy’s premises. We had been looking forward to this day eagerly as we were going on a field trip to Soaltee Crown Plaza. After a brief orientation, we reached our destination at around 10:30 am. We were […]

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Consumption of Raw and Cooked Noodles: Which one is relatively better for health?

Instant noodles, whether consumed raw or cooked has grown to become one of the staple foods in most Asian countries and the instant food culture continues to penetrate globally. The rise of instant food, specifically instant noodles has been greatly complemented by the advances in Research and Development in food culture, changing lifestyles, convenience for […]

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