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David Bowie: A Life & Death in Art, Dance and Melancholy

In 1967, psychedelic rock had finally pushed itself to the forefront of popular music. That year alone, The Beatles put out Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Magical Mystery Tour, The Doors released their iconic self-titled record, New York’s favourite avant-garde custodians made The Velvet Underground

Opening up the Open Electives

Even semesters for 2nd and 3rd year students bring about a break from their regular academic program, in the form of open electives (OEs). These courses are different from the rest of their core curriculum, and bring about a healthy diversification of options. MIT provides

Kudumbashree – Kerala’s Empowered Women

Read about Kudumbashree, one of the largest women-empowering projects in the country. Launched by the government of Kerala in 1998, the initiative has succeeded in providing these women, once living in poverty, a life full of dignity and independence.

The Mean Metal Maestros

By Sohil Sharma | Staff Writer “The biggest risk in life is not taking one.“ -Mark Zuckerberg It all began in the year 2012 when three MITians – Sarthak Paul, Aman Bansal, and Ananya Rao – realised their potential to make it big in the

The End Semester Playlist [Odd Sem ’15] – Unwind

Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. The MIT Post presents a carefully picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this year’s final struggle. When you’re taking a short (ahem) break, groove to our Unwind playlist

Illuminating the Human Spirit

By Neela Sharma | Staff Writer With the festivities of Diwali wearing off, the diaspora of students across Manipal were subject to yet another night of illumination and its consequential warmth.  ‘Luminaire’, formerly known as Light the Night, is an event hosted annually by AIESEC