This year has been one of several highs and lows—a rollercoaster through the academic and the pandemic. The MIT Post brings to you specially curated playlists in an attempt at brightening the festive exam season.
ASME Manipal Students’ Chapter organized Providentia, where MIT’s top technical clubs were showcased to freshers to help them choose the right clubs for themselves. The event was streamed live on YouTube, and seven clubs presented their exciting work and the opportunities they offer.
Blank 101 kept the young minds of MIT students racing with yet another public speaking event, Villains 101. The attendees delved into the psyche and analysed the persona of their favourite villains in an interactive session held via live stream.
Linux Users’ Group, the first and most established open-source community of Manipal, organised an install fest, which was attended by around thirty students from various branches. In the first offline event conducted by LUG since the pandemic, the participants were taught how to dual boot their computers and were introduced to the command line interface.
What’s worse than waiting for delivery food? Waiting to place the order. Here’s how two third-years at MIT built a platform to streamline and facilitate the ordering and delivery of food inside the campus. Advantageous to the restaurateurs and customers alike.
A band that has done it all, Dance Gavin Dance have been active in the Post-Hardcore scene for over a decade. They have experienced volatility and glory in equal measure. They are quirky, talented, and make music that is absolutely magic. Take a deep dive into their history, their success, and the mad music-making formula that has given them an air-tight discography consisting of nine albums, two live albums, an EP, and instrumental versions of them all. This band is worth checking out, and this article gives you a rundown of who they are and what they do.