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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Revels’19—Xventure

Providing a break from the monotony of indoor activities, XVenture helped contestants experience festivities in all parts of the campus. Participants were consistently on their feet as they tested their quick thinking abilities and athletic prowess in Glitch, Labyrinth and Paradox.

Putting the Pedal to the Metal―Manipal Cyclothon

To commemorate Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth year anniversary, and promote the Eat Right India movement, cycling enthusiasts in Manipal came together as they cycled on a route totalling over seven kilometres. The event also highlighted the importance of implementing these eco-friendly alternatives in our lives.

No More Silence—Scio’s Su-Khoon Campaign on Menstrual Health

The Scio Foundation, Manipal, spread awareness about misconceptions related to menstruation and encouraged students to opt for healthier practices at Revels’19. Their Su-Khoon campaign kept the participants engaged with an exciting scavenger hunt and a discussion about an important matter which frequently gets shushed down and should instead be talked about openly.

Revels’19—Iridescent

Catering to a range of people from Harry Potter fans to history buffs, Iridescent delivered on all fronts as it kept its participants challenged and entertained throughout the fest. Through it’s four events—Mischief Managed, Bamboozled, Jeopardy and Unearth—Iridescent succeeded in setting up a competitive and energized atmosphere among the attendees.

Revels’19—Radioactive

Participants at Radioactive tickled the judges’ funny bone with their witty and humorous voice-overs for the muted movie clippings shown. As the event proceeded, the movie plots flipped and morphed into hilarious and unrecognisable parodies of themselves.

Revels’19—EQ IQ

With four signature events—Table No. 21, Spyglass, Mr. and Mrs. Revels and The Apprentice—EQ IQ proved it was still one of the most fun categories at Revels by engaging participants from the get-go. Here’s a look at how EQ IQ tickled the brains of both participants and the audience. 

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