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Religion in Europe—Impact Through the Ages

History, forged by humankind, has always been guided by religion. Religion has existed around us in multiple forms of customs and rituals, altering our lifestyles continually. Sprouting various movements throughout the ages, it has left a conspicuous mark on humanity’s history. Read on to find out about Europe’s evolution as its religions developed.

A Grim Reminder—COVID 19 Outbreak in the MIT Campus

The MIT hostel blocks were declared as a containment zone until further notice, serving as a grim reminder of the resurgence of COVID 19 all around the country and its ability to spread rapidly. The MIT Post takes a look at the situation of the students who are living on campus and how they are dealing with the predicament.

To Be or Not to Be—a Psychopathic Dilemma

The greatest infamity one could possibly achieve is by being morally ambiguous, for with that unwanted quality one can take down entire societies. It was in response to the insatiable hunger of this society of hypocrites and fanatics that the psychological-thriller genre gained rapid ground. This article presents the moral dilemma that a psychopath—as portrayed on reel—faces as he trudges through life.

Uttarakhand Floods—The Himalayan Glacier Threat

As a daunting reminder of the Kedarnath tragedy, Uttarakhand experienced highly destructive floods on the 7th February, 2021. A consequence of glacial melting, possibly accelerated by global warming, havoc was wreaked on the people working at the nearby power projects. While the race to rescue the missing people prolongs, the country prays with bated breath for Chamoli.

The Manipal Handbook

At The Post, we know that the anticipatory glee before coming to college can result in a state of panic laced excitement. We also know that MIT can offer you the best years of your life. So, to help rein in the panic that comes with leaving home, here’s everything you need to know about MIT.