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A Grim Reminder—COVID 19 Outbreak in the MIT Campus

The MIT hostel blocks were declared as a containment zone until further notice, serving as a grim reminder of the resurgence of COVID 19 all around the country and its ability to spread rapidly. The MIT Post takes a look at the situation of the students who are living on campus and how they are dealing with the predicament.

How MIT Celebrates

Fests, whether they be cultural or technical, help you sharpen your skills, interact with different people and have the time of your life. Read on to take a peek at this colourful aspect of MIT.

We Don’t Have a Planet B—TEDxMAHE 2020

On 25th October 2020, the first edition of TEDxMAHE brought to us Countdown- the first edition of a global initiative to champion solutions to the climate crisis. Six global speakers from all walks of life come together to ensure a brighter future for the entire world.

Capitalism Over Artistry—The K-pop Industry

Behind the curtains on the glamourous stage that the world of K-Pop is, lie secrets of exploitation, materialism, and pretense. The Hallyu Wave popularised this unusually westernised form of music across the world, with multiple bands like BlackPink and BTS emerging into the spotlight. However, South Korea in its quest for Soft Power has allowed the mistreatment of these artists by promoting them as goods instead of focussing on their art.

Women and Indian Cinema—A Tale of Representation

Indian cinema, right from its inception in the thirties, has become the most popular mode of entertainment in India. However, the representation of women both onscreen and offscreen, leaves much to be desired. In this article, we delve deeper into the reasons behind this gender stereotyping and how times are changing for the better as a reflection of the evolving mindset of the audience.