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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Con Artist – True Enemy or False Friend?

On days you’re out of cash, do you wish you could manipulate someone and run away with their loot? Blank-101’s talk, ‘Con Artists – 101’ focused on just that. Read on to find out more about what was perhaps the club’s best presentation yet.

Ultimate Gaming Championship

The Ultimate Gaming Championship, conducted by the MIT Gaming club over the weekend, attracted casual gamers as well as seasoned ones to compete in video games such as FIFA, Blur, Mortal Kombat, and Call Of Duty.

Two Wheel Drive-By: Ashva Electric Motorsports

Electric Motorsport is a domain of motor racing that could either be all-electric or inclusive of other types of vehicles with varying power sources. This sphere of motorsport has gained considerable attention in the world with prominent events like Isle Of Man TT and FIA Formula E Championship organized specifically to invigorate this revolutionary innovation. Interestingly, Electric Motorsport hasn’t acclaimed much popularity in India. Promoting this motorsport fulfills one of MIT’s newest student project’s most potent grails of being unique.

Overthrowing Evil Corp.

Remember the first few minutes of The Social Network where Mark Zuckerburg hacks a bunch of Harvard houses? MIST’s Penetration Testing workshop actually put you in Mark’s place, against a vulnerable laptop. Instrumental in hacking your roommate’s ION account for those precious extra gigabytes!

Party with a Purpose – Sunburn Campus

The MIT Grounds were ablaze with light and music, as globally-recognized artists Zaeden and Teri Miko took stage. RedX organised Sunburn for students, giving them a healthy break from academics as well as promoting a social cause