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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Let’s Go Roger

Battling time, injury woes, and unrest within the community over an impending retirement, Roger Federer will try to win the Wimbledon crown for the 9th time next year. As he continues to brush aside G.O.A.T discussions and retirement talks to focus on perfecting his game, we take a look back at the player and his legacy.

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TechTatva’18—Cryptoss

Cryptoss, IECSE’s technical category, hosted a collaboration of coding, logical skills and competition once again, as it challenged students to race against time and other competitors while engaging them in interesting events. Some of the events under this category were Gambit, Sudo Titans, CyberHawk, etc.

TechTatva’18—Turing

While Alan Turing helped shorten WW2 by a couple of years, students at MIT battled against the clock and system 404 errors to code their way to victory in Turing, an event at this year’s Tech Tatva that was very much enjoyed by all lovers of computing and coding.

Two to Tango—Sitting Down with Bryden and Parth

Bryden and Parth are no strangers to rubbing shoulders with the likes of Aditya Chopra and Raghu Dixit during the course of a regular work day. The Post had the opportunity to converse with them about learning the ropes of the Bollywood music industry, rising to YouTube stardom in this day and age, and much more.

Rising from the Ashes—The 61st Yearbook Launch

The Editorial Board launched the 61st Yearbook on 16th October 2018. In keeping with the university’s pledge to go paperless, the yearbook was distributed in only a digital format. The launch event celebrated the hard work put in by the students over the past year.

The Fray—How To Save A Life

If heartfelt lyrics coupled with a slow piano ballad is your idea of a good song, then The Fray might just become your favourite band. Here’s a look at their debut, considered by many to be as fine an entry as possible.