The Sacramento Kings recently played the Indiana Pacers at the NSCI Dome in Worli, in what was, the first NBA game to be held in India. In this article, we bring you a rundown of this landmark event for basketball fans all over the country, straight from the bleachers.
Aaina, the dramatics club, performed a street play aptly titled ‘Media Pe Vaar’. In a moving display of theatre, Aaina highlighted important issues ignored by the media and illustrated the necessity for fair and unbiased journalism.
Venturing into the field of academic research may seem like a daunting prospect for most undergraduate students. To familiarise students with the process of conducting research, ACM and ACM-W hosted a talk by Tanvi Anand, a fourth-year student and the author of a published academic paper.
An event full of rhetoric, the National Security talk by Udupi Talks was one attended by people from all walks of life. Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a Member of Parliament and Major Surendra Poonia, an ex-Special Forces operative were the key speakers at the event which aimed at resolving doubts related to national security.
A boxing arena and two new basketball courts were inaugurated on 7th February at MIT. Among the dignitaries present at the ceremony were the Pro-Chancellor of MAHE and the Director of MIT.
The Manga and Anime Club’s Quiz brought all the anime aficionados of MIT together for an ultimate showdown. With an array of challenging questions and entertaining rounds, the event had participants at the edge of their seats the whole time.
In the process of breaking multiple records, and winning a streak of Championships, the Golden State Warriors have become a team to reckon with. What is it that makes them so unique? Their stellar twelve player squad and their influence on the game of basketball have established them as a true dynasty of the NBA.
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 Editorial Board launched the 61st Yearbook on 16th October 2018. In keeping with the university’s pledge to go paperless, the yearbook was distributed in only a digital format. The launch event celebrated the hard work put in by the students over the past year.