[MSc, Chem, '87, H10] Anu is an ex-IITian (MSc in 1987 and PhD in 1993) who earned her journalistic stripes by writing a controversial article on Pagal Gymkhana antics in one of IIT Bombay's cyclostyled rags of 1985 and subsequently editing Pragati. Despite this - or perhaps because of it - she did not pursue writing, choosing instead to do what all good middle class girls do. A PhD in Polymer Chemistry and a corporate job with Unilever followed. Somewhere in between she qualified as a patent attorney and then promptly decamped to Sydney, Australia for the sun and surf. When the days were cold and rainy - and there were a lot of such days - she worked for a patent firm. She took a career break at the end of 2013 to travel and spend time with family. Of late she has been working on freelance projects. She also runs a blog on the history of Indian clothing - a bit of a labour of love - which can be found on tumblr (http://vintageindianclothing.tumblr.com/). If she ever had to wear a T-shirt, it would have the slogan "H10 Forever!"