Bleeding in blue, the literary club has always believed and revelled in the strength of words, to change the world, to make it a better place to reside in and recognise that we have miles to go in this ever changing era and the many millennia to come. An imperative aspect of our lives, literature has shaped and created history and legacies. With prolific writers like Chaucer, playwrights like Shakespeare, infamous writers known for works that were way ahead of their times, like Virginia Wolfe, poets that wrote of not just the mundane, but the obscure too, like Sylvia Plath, Robert Frost, we could go on for hours of the beauty of literature.
But while it is important and necessary for us to pay homage to all the great writers, orators of the centuries come and gone, it is even more important for us to recognise the ones in the making, right here, under us. It is time that we recognise the budding legacies of our very own campus, and give them a platform, for their voices to ring loud and clear.