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Let’s Go Roger

Battling time, injury woes, and unrest within the community over an impending retirement, Roger Federer will try to win the Wimbledon crown for the 9th time next year. As he continues to brush aside G.O.A.T discussions and retirement talks to focus on perfecting his game, we take a look back at the player and his legacy.

The Fray—How To Save A Life

If heartfelt lyrics coupled with a slow piano ballad is your idea of a good song, then The Fray might just become your favourite band. Here’s a look at their debut, considered by many to be as fine an entry as possible.

Manipal for the Traveller

The edgy daredevil of a teenager in you might cause the inexplicable urge to dive headfirst into college. Do not be fooled. Instead, fuel your inner grandma and mentally stock up on a list of places to be in your new, semi-permanent hometown, Manipal.

Seafret—Tell Me It’s Real [Finely Tuned]

The British pop duo, Seafret, burst into the acoustic music scene with their debut full-length album ‘Tell Me It’s Real’ in 2016. The band quickly took over the indie pop music scene with their soft, passionate, and earnest music that never fails to strike a chord with the listener. Here’s a look at their debut album and all the soulful music they have to offer.

Money Matters—Behavioral Economics by ESoM

All of us would love to make money—the Behavioural Economics talk by ESoM served as a beacon of hope for the same. Their event did well to unravel the mysteries of how our psyche weighs in on our financial decisions. The talk centered around the way our emotions play a major role in the making of our financial decisions and how this link could help us improve our economy.

Let the Mind Games Begin—Cerebro

Ever wondered why Batman turned out the way he did? Well, if you ever dared to think so, Cerebro was where you needed to be.The psychology based interactive session tried to make sense of how our mind perceives the world and how our emotions are the resultant of a few chemical reactions.

Toasting to the Future—Toastmasters International

With a goal to create informed and educated leaders for tomorrow, the Toastmasters started their MAHE division with huge hopes. At the end of their fourth meeting, it is safe to say that the future seems to be in good hands; the session touched upon various leadership and public speaking topics that touched a chord with the attendees.

Up and Away—Tarang’18

The sixth edition of the annual kite flying festival, Tarang, saw innumerable people reliving their childhood memories flying kites at End Point. The event, which also served as a social awareness campaign, had people from all walks of life come together to celebrate the joy of living and giving.

Temples — Sun Structures [Finely Tuned]

When Temples broke into the music scene in 2012, people were unprepared and unsure about what hit them. With their debut album, Sun Structures, the band has accomplished the perfect blend of new-age retro and vintage psychedelic rock, with woeful lyrics, thudding bass lines, and melancholic guitars. Here’s our take on their music.

Muchos En Uno: A Four-Play Event by ADA

Muchos En Uno was a four-play event by ADA that focused on pertinent social issues. ADA tried to get their message across using engaging and humorous plays. The evening’s line-up ranged from satirical sketches on the traditional Indian household to romantic thrillers, while also incorporating a supernatural-themed play with darker undertones to it.