Movements help us peer into experiences of the past, mobilising tools amassed over different generations to find a solution for today. Read on to learn about how movements have played an integral role in rallying together people and how they stand as a powerful instrument of change.
With major environmental calamities around the world increasing in recent times, we take a look at a few of the most devastating events that can be traced back to a common cause—The Indian Ocean Dipole. Read on to learn how this phenomenon resulted in the Australian wildfires, Indian floods, and African locusts all on its own.
Spectators were made privy to a unique blend of art and technology on the first evening of m.i.l.a.p 2019. Read on to learn more about artist Vinay Hegde’s VR-infused performance, Cosmic Splash.
Spotlight by AAINA Dramatics was held on 22nd September in the library auditorium. The sublime mixture of light entertainment and intense theatrics, kept the audience enraptured throughout the whole eight-play event.
With recruitment for various clubs and students projects set to take place over the next few days, it is crucial to make an informed decision while joining a club. On 10th September, Leaders of Tomorrow brought some of Manipal’s finest student bodies on one platform, to provide freshers with an overview of the clubs Manipal has to offer.
On 4th August 2019, students and staff from across MAHE gathered near Malpe in an attempt to raise awareness about sexual abuse. Manipal Runners’ Club organised the beach run in support of victims as part of a global campaign against sexual violence by Claire McFarlane.
In a revolution for greater self-determination, the climate of social upheaval has persisted in Sudan for the last few months. Despite the mass killings of protesters, the Sudanese people have continued to fight for a stable, democratic government.
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.
Ganesh Nayak, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics & Instrumentation, shares his journey of self-discovery in his newly released book that highlights his bicycle ride into the Himalayas, tracing roads not taken and his ascent out of addiction.
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.