Bryden and Parth are no strangers to rubbing shoulders with the likes of Aditya Chopra and Raghu Dixit during the course of a regular work day. The Post had the opportunity to converse with them about learning the ropes of the Bollywood music industry, rising to YouTube stardom in this day and age, and much more.
Impressions, the first fest of the year, was conducted by Chords and Co. on the 11th of September. With photo booths, stick-it messages, and a sublime performance by Shorthand and other bands, the fest provided a jovial, and relaxed evening to all in need.
The MIT Post had the opportunity to exchange views with prominent Tibetan writer and activist Tenzin Tsundue, during his visit to Manipal as a panelist for MILAP 2018. Read on for more.
The people of Manipal have come together to lend a hand to distressed flood victims in neighbouring Kerala. Read on for information about the ongoing donation drives to the disaster-hit state, and what you can do to help.
SAE Manipal’s Garage Hunt was a dream in disguise for all the little kids breaking apart their toy cars, only to try and build it back up together. You think watching endless videos of Top Gear and How It’s Made was useless? Well, think again.
A detailed overview of academia in MIT to help you navigate your first year of academics successfully.
If Mughal king Shah Jahan got hold of a DeLorean and lived in the 21st century, would Taj Mahal ever be built? Would it make the seven wonders of the world? Aaina encapsulated these thoughts in a meticulously produced play, Taj Mahal Ka Tender, focussing on the socio-economic issue of widespread corruption in India.
The rapid exponential advancement of computing technology is constantly providing new ways to better and transform lives everywhere. Even as artificial intelligence is finding broad and monumental applications, it has also found a place and is transforming another industry in a more subtle way. Read about how the fusion of art and science as machines create music.