“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.
Every even semester, Proshow brings in a star-studded line-up of performers to Manipal. The sheer scale of the event adds a heavy responsibility on the Core Committee members’ shoulders as they plan out every aspect. The MIT Post takes you behind the scenes of this category and offers a glimpse at the working of Proshow.
On 12th January 2019, Goonj, the Hindi literary society of MAHE celebrated the National Youth Day that marks Swami Vivekananda’s birth anniversary—commemorating the spiritual leader’s life and teachings.
Horror movies first broke into the film scene well over a hundred years ago. However, it was not until the 1970s that they began to draw a massive number of fans with the rise of midnight movie screenings and cinema revival houses. In this article, we explore the emergence of horror fandoms.
In their first ticketed event of the semester, The Astronomy Club organised a webinar by Dr Varun Bhalerao, a leading Research Scientist at LIGO. He threw light upon many advancements in astrophysics and space technology such as neutron star mergers, the LIGO-India observatory, and the AstroSAT satellite.