Celebrations didn’t cease even when we are in the midst of a pandemic, as Chords & Co. presented a Halloween themed event to celebrate individuality and talent. Featuring devilish designs and spine-tingling song covers, Skeletunes comprised goodies that would leave you howling for more.
Cancer has been the foe of many, taking the lives of millions every year. However, not all struggles end in defeat. Cancer survivors Jayshree Arora and Shreya Srikrishna share their experiences of braving the odds and teach us that each day matters.
In the 21st century, some opinions are still rooted in times past. It has led to women still being discriminated against for their need to menstruate. To shed some light on an unnecessarily sensitive topic, Youth For Volunteering and Mera PadBank hosted Menstruation Matters, which sought to end the stigma around menstruation.
We live in an era where people consume and discard music at an insanely rapid rate—yet some songs do stick around longer than a one-hit-wonder. Music that addresses the issues that lie stagnant in today’s society wakes up the inner voices of the listener. In this article, we explore unparalleled artistry which helps connect us through a meaningful note.
With the onset of COVID, the usual hubbub of activities have come to a halt. However, Youth For Volunteering has overcome the boundaries placed on their regular social service activities. Through Aashayein, volunteers and children were able to connect and interact in the virtual world. Regardless of the current situation, this fun-filled event put a smile on everyone’s faces.
The Human Library showcased a plethora of people from various walks of life akin to books, sharing their stories. As the speakers covered topics ranging from mental health and loss to discovering oneself, it helped attendees expand their own worldview and gain novel perspectives.
The use of drones has evolved quickly over the past few years, and now, anyone can own and legally operate their very own vehicle. In this workshop, DRONAID helped students build their skill set to design and manoeuvre a drone.
India, infamously known for its ‘baby-making’ industry, is now trying to sweep that name under the rug. The Government of India has recently agreed upon the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, which will affect the lives of Indian citizens, especially women, in the role of surrogate mothers, both present and future.
Harmony of Spheres, conducted by the Astronomy Club, was a talk by Ananya Roy, a fourth-year student. A fascinating take on Pythagoras’ Theorem of the same name, the event contrived to blur the lines between science and art.