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The unknown

(04/28/14 9:29am)

This column forces me to come to terms with the fact that I am graduating from college and one step closer to entering the real world and unequivocally being an adult. The fact that we are transitioning to this new phase in life is frightening for many. Perhaps it is because we dread the day when 10 am is no longer considered early and weekend socializing doesn’t start in a dingy saloon on Wednesday night. However, the g-word may scare us because we do not truly know what life has in store for us, yet we know that there is no turning back.

















Pakistani filmmaker discusses award-winning work

(10/19/12 11:19am)

Filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy won Pakistan’s first Oscar for her 2012 documentary Saving Face, which received the honor for Best Documentary-Short Subject. The film chronicled acid attacks on women in Pakistan. Chinoy’s films, focus on issues affecting women and children. Chinoy spoke to The Chronicle’s Kelly Scurry prior to a viewing of her upcoming film “Ho Yaqeen” Thursday, which was sponsored by the Pakistani Student Association.