Between April and May of 2019, an estimated 900 million citizens will decide who will form the ruling party of India. The MIT Post talks about the involvement and interest of the students of MIT in elections and politics in general.
A magician and a motivational speaker—two unique and diverse individuals provided their take on life, success, and perspective in Illumine held by Lions Club of Manipal and the Rotaract Club of Manipal. An entertaining and informative evening left each onlooker taking back a few important life lessons.
Who doesn’t love a good conspiracy? Covert Operations, Blank 101’s first event of the year, covered topics ranging from government secrets and lies to hidden operations and assassinations.
With less than two months to go to MIT’s cultural fest, the Core Committee and the Student Council are already months-deep into their quest for excellence. With the final day of the Organiser Call rolling in, the people behind the fest have their task cut out to make Revels a fest to remember.
The rise in popularity of Young Adult fiction novels and series has been influencing the film industry for many years. While some adaptations of books and their sequels have seen box-office success, others have not been quite as favoured. This article explores the reasons behind the failure of these franchises giving way to the success of others.
“A madman’s joke. That’s just what makes it so deliciously macabre.”
AAINA Dramatics presented their main production of the semester, The Mousetrap, which impressed the audience with its perfectly arranged sets and exceptional acting.