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The Faults In Our Stars

Astrology is a manifestation of our struggle to get into the focal point of the universe. With the denial of facts, figures, and reality stemming from the denial of our insignificance, we try to convince ourselves that the world is not entirely random.

A Concise Guide to Make Ups and Re-eval

The whole process of applying for re-evaluation and makeup can be tedious and confusing. From logging into SLCM from time and again to bugging your CR about the procedures, this can suck the blood out of your life. However, do not worry chaps, for we have a solution. Read on to find out more.

Three Turns of the Dial

“Three turns should do it, I think”. A wise man once said these words to Ms. Granger, and it did us all a world of good. As we complete our third year today, we decided to bring out our timeturner and take you through our journey—related by our founder, Mr. Athyunnath Eleti

The End Semester Playlist [Odd Sem’17]

We are back to make the end semester struggles a little less grueling. With hand-picked masterpieces, we hope our playlist(s) can help you find inner peace during this time of nail-biting stress. Oh, and this time, you can also minimise your window to multitask without pausing the music through the Spotify widget!

Taking Control Of The Remote-Controlled

Participants dived into the field of electronics as they learnt to simulate remote-controlled cars and other devices in ISOI’s Simulate. The event turned out to be a helpful step towards initiating people into the field and understanding the subject a little better.

The Best on the Block: MIT-CL Auction

The MIT Cricket League teams filled their ranks with the best of the institute’s cricketers. With over a hundred and fifty players going under the hammer and only six teams with limited budgets bidding for them, some of the cricketers walked out with a place in the league while others were left disappointed.

Not For The Fainthearted- Vertigo

With a lineup of five adrenaline-pumping activities, RED-X provided a welcome break from the monotony of college. Along with their money’s worth of adventure, participants also found satisfaction in the fact that the proceeds would go to a worthy cause.