Chhaya Dabas is the founder of ‘Baatein’, a writing platform for poets and artists that has come a long way since its inception on Instagram. Also a cancer survivor, she talks about using writing as a form of self-expression, a distraction from pain, and as a reflection of her understanding of the world.
Megha Bhatia is the founder of Our Voix, a youth-run organisation that aims to prevent child sexual abuse. We, at The MIT Post, had the opportunity to speak with her about Our Voix and her experiences at the organisation. Catch her at TEDxManipal on 24th February 2019.
Between April and May of 2019, an estimated 900 million citizens will decide who will form the ruling party of India. The MIT Post talks about the involvement and interest of the students of MIT in elections and politics in general.
On 17th February, thousands of participants ran together as a part of Manipal Marathon−organised by Manipal Academy of Higher Education, in association with Manipal Runners’ Club and Udupi District Amateur Athletics Association.
Following the Pulwama terrorist attack that left the nation in shock, students of MIT undertook a candlelight march from the Student Plaza to the DC office. The march witnessed the chanting of slogans and a show of patriotic spirit and solidarity in the memory of the martyred jawans.
The Photography Club, Manipal organised Shoot ‘Em Up—a six-day long photography carnival, from 2nd to 7th February 2019. With its assortment of categories to choose from, Manipal’s budding photographers could pick an event to suit their style of photography.
Deciding on a career choice is a difficult decision to make for most high school students. With the aim of helping and keeping students better informed of the different options available, the Scio Foundation organized Veda, a career guidance workshop, that took place on 10th February 2019.
The Psych Club hosted a seminar discussing regression therapy, a controversial form of psychological treatment that involves hypnosis. The event elaborated on the vast connections between one’s experiences, mind and body, and the experiences of a few individuals that led to the popularisation of this form of therapy.
The time has come, once again, to power through those long and sleepless nights and relentless sessional stress. The Post is here to aid you in easing your mind and relaxing with our carefully curated vocal and instrumental playlists! So plug in those earphones, loosen up and let the music flow through your body.
A magician and a motivational speaker—two unique and diverse individuals provided their take on life, success, and perspective in Illumine held by Lions Club of Manipal and the Rotaract Club of Manipal. An entertaining and informative evening left each onlooker taking back a few important life lessons.