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A Session With the Student Counsellor

“Not everyone comes here with a problem; sometimes people come here looking for ways to improve themselves too.”
The stigma against seeking professional psychological help is one that is almost indelible, especially among those who need it the most. It is for this precise reason that MIT currently employs four student counsellors, and we had the opportunity to speak to one of them.

Album Review: 4 ½ – Steven Wilson

A seemingly endless repertoire of psychedelic and progressive rock featuring dreamy soundscapes that decorate almost every human emotion is what Steven Wilson is known for, along with being one of the pioneers of the Hi-Res Era. It’s no surprise that the leftovers from his major

The Policy Child

“The removal of the One Child Policy was a gradual process ever since its inception in 1979. Relaxations were introduced in stages, before finally abandoning it on October 29th, 2015.”
An in-depth analysis of the recent abolishment of China’s One Child Policy.

The I-on Interview

After having received a refreshingly prompt response to our request to meet him, we proceeded to interview the man responsible for administering Wi-Fi to the Manipal and Mangalore campuses of Manipal University. A card on his desk which listed Manipal Values, integrity and transparency in particular, seemed reassuring. Here’s what ensued in an interview with Mr. Sathish Kamath, Assistant Director-IT.

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