Another semester draws to a close, and for one last time this year, we bring to you our meticulously curated playlists. This time around, our Study playlist guides your wandering mind while the Unwind playlist is here to help you de-stress and relax—all the more reason to look forward to study breaks.
Artpod’s Art Café gave students the perfect opportunity to unleash their inner Picassos by letting them go all out with their artistic inclinations. Ambient music by Chords and Co. set the mood as students painted to their heart’s content at Hadiqa.
The MIT Post recently got the chance to chat with Mrs Seemantini Khot, a social worker who has guided many communities to a brighter future. Through her knowledge and skills, she had helped people become self-sufficient by enabling them to make the most of the resources available to them.
Manipal’s Got Talent by MAFIA, was a four-day long extravaganza of art, music, and dance. It featured a host of events including painting competitions, band performances, and solo dance competitions.
Regardless of age, cultural background or perm time, people from all across MAHE came together to celebrate Navaratri in style at Dhol Baje. The night of dance, music and fashion, organised by the Rotaract club also served as a fundraiser for the club’s charitable activities.
A prison has often been a popular backdrop in fiction with their harsh living conditions and the unfortunate injustices performed on the inmates. Blank 101 takes a look at some of the most notorious and infamous prisons around the world with fascinating stories from these prisons, leaving the audience questioning their own morality.
ADA Dramatics’ annual production, Error 404: Love & Laughter Not Found, consisting of an English and a Hindi play, dealt with the absence of love in the lives of the characters in the play. The plays explored the search for happiness and love and how it could make one lose sight of reality.
In a low scoring affair, the Pirates chased down a total of 93 runs to emerge victorious in the third edition of MIT-Cricket League. Read the complete match report and scorecard of the tournament’s finale.
The occasion of Karnataka Rajyotsava saw a celebration of the rich heritage of the land, along with the launch of a new Kannada cultural, literature, and teaching club. NUDI, the newly formed club, aims to preserve the beauty of this wonderful language and the culture of its homeland.
Aishwarya Shetty decided to veer off the beaten path when she became a teacher after completing her engineering degree. An MIT alumnus, she taught in an orthodox Muslim neighbourhood as a Teach For India Fellow. In an interview with The Post, she shared her thoughts on her experience as a teacher and some of the issues plaguing the Indian education sector.