With mindless listicles running rampant on Facebook feeds, the prioritisation of quantity over quality has led to a steady, and somewhat predictable, decline in Buzzfeed’s popularity among the general online population. However, the change in marketing tactics over the years may be algorithms worth looking into.
IEEE’s Tech Talk on graphic designing boasted an ensemble of some of the most skilled designers in Manipal. The speakers spoke about their experiences in the field and delved into multiple aspects of the art.
With each Techtatva comes the rush of expanding one’s skillset in any field imaginable. Here are the workshops that Pre-Techtatva’18 is bringing to the table.
The Manipal Runner’s Club recently organised a 5K run to raise awareness about drug abuse. Drawing in a large participation, it made for an enjoyable Sunday morning spent outdoors while contributing to a cause. Read on for more details about the event.
A star-studded lineup of speakers for the Manipal Conclave 2018 was revealed at the Student Plaza on Wednesday evening. Read more about the people who’ll be taking the stage in possibly the most exciting edition of the Conclave yet.
Impressions, the first fest of the year, was conducted by Chords and Co. on the 11th of September. With photo booths, stick-it messages, and a sublime performance by Shorthand and other bands, the fest provided a jovial, and relaxed evening to all in need.
MIT freshers no longer have to worry about that one guy in class who keeps asking for extra answer sheets! MIT recently introduced e-tablet based exams for the first sessionals. Read on to find out what MITians felt about this new initiative.
On 15th September 2018, AIESEC organised a cleanliness drive as a part of their attempt to spread awareness about World Cleanup Day. A whopping 850 students from various colleges across the university enrolled for the event.
The MIT Post had a chance to sit down with Deepa Ganesh, Deputy Editor of the Hindu, who had been in town while speaking in MILAP 2018. Read on about her journey through translating works of some of the most renowned figures in Kannada literature.
Kavi Kale is a monochromatic art form that was hugely prevalent in the coastal regions of the nation but has been sidelined with the advent of modern contemporary styles as well as the constant temple renovations. Mrs Veena Srinivas has been practising and holding exhibitions in this particular art form in a bid to revive interest and awareness towards this rapidly declining cultural heritage. Read on for our interview with her when she came to Manipal as a panelist for MILAP 2018.