The third edition of one of the largest competitions hosted here, The Manipal- Debate Tournament, more popularly known as MIT-DT gave participants a platform to voice their opinions. The event drew a large crowd and witnessed several spirited arguments celebrating the right to free speech.
Crescendo brought out the budding musicians of Manipal on to the stage, giving them an opportunity to display their mettle. With its multitude of events and lucrative prizes, this category evoked a spirit of healthy competition among the contestants. From soft rock bands to R&B singers, Crescendo had something in store for everyone.
It is said that a magician never reveals his secrets. However, we at The MIT Post were fortunate enough to get a chance to speak with Mr Shankar Junior, a renowned illusionist who was in MIT to speak at the Illumine Talks, organised by the Lions Club of Manipal and the Rotaract Club of Manipal.
North America and Eurasia faced a brutal winter due to the Polar Vortex, with parts of the US experiencing temperatures colder than Antarctica. Here’s a look at the Polar Vortex and its widespread effect on the Northern countries and India.
The Data Science Club, Manipal organised a one day workshop on Natural Language Processing (NLP) on 4th April 2019. The workshop gave its participants an opportunity to learn about NLP and how it could be used to create a deep learning model. This model was then used to generate scripts for the popular animated sitcom, Rick and Morty.
Jayant Mammen Mathew, the Executive Editor of the Malayala Manorama, one of India’s most-read publications, and an MIT alumnus was recently elected to the prestigious position of the President of the Indian Newspaper Society, the apex body of Indian publication. The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview him on his wealth of experience as a prominent journalist.
“Therapy is self-care—it’s an hour of focusing on just yourself and voicing the thoughts in your head that you cannot otherwise say out loud.”
In an attempt to break the stigma surrounding it, MAHE students open up about their experiences with therapy and how it has helped them.
RedX’s Food Fiesta provided the students with a perfect escape from a sweltering week filled with assignments, lab exams and the dread of the approaching endsems. The great food at the stalls along with the musical performances made the evening enjoyable for everyone present.
Aaina Dramatics’ flagship production of the semester—Bade Miyaan Deewane was a success, leaving its audience in splits of laughter with its impressive comic timing, and the great acting.
Large populations of stray dogs is a pressing matter for civic authorities everywhere. We at The Post sit with Captain’s Animal Care Trust, one of Manipal’s leading dog welfare trusts and explore the problems that these animals pose and the measures employed to handle the situation.