The Scio Foundation, Manipal, spread awareness about misconceptions related to menstruation and encouraged students to opt for healthier practices at Revels’19. Their Su-Khoon campaign kept the participants engaged with an exciting scavenger hunt and a discussion about an important matter which frequently gets shushed down and should instead be talked about openly.
Catering to a range of people from Harry Potter fans to history buffs, Iridescent delivered on all fronts as it kept its participants challenged and entertained throughout the fest. Through it’s four events—Mischief Managed, Bamboozled, Jeopardy and Unearth—Iridescent succeeded in setting up a competitive and energized atmosphere among the attendees.
Participants at Radioactive tickled the judges’ funny bone with their witty and humorous voice-overs for the muted movie clippings shown. As the event proceeded, the movie plots flipped and morphed into hilarious and unrecognisable parodies of themselves.
With four signature events—Table No. 21, Spyglass, Mr. and Mrs. Revels and The Apprentice—EQ IQ proved it was still one of the most fun categories at Revels by engaging participants from the get-go. Here’s a look at how EQ IQ tickled the brains of both participants and the audience.
Those who have a flair for answering riddles, figuring out puzzles and weaving creative tales would have felt right at home at ERGO. Here’s a look at the events that required participants to put on their thinking caps and analyse the problems handed out to them.
This year’s edition of Haute Couture saw models putting their best foot forward to bring to life the theme of Dark Romanticism. The teams amazed both the audience and the judges with their creative interpretations of the Gothic subculture.
Revels’19 hosted the popular recurring category, Gaming, which was enjoyed by participants and spectators alike. DOT7, Rainbow Six Seige and PubG mobile among others, were played during the event as competitive spirit and the desire to win ran high.
Ganesh Nayak, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics & Instrumentation, shares his journey of self-discovery in his newly released book that highlights his bicycle ride into the Himalayas, tracing roads not taken and his ascent out of addiction.
The Scio Foundation organised a talk on sustainable menstruation by Nishant Bangera, founder of Muse Foundation and A Period of Sharing. The talk focused on health issues related to the menstruation and promotion of sustainable and safe solutions for the same. The informative and interactive talk served the purpose of creating awareness about an issue which is often not discussed openly.
The Smart India Hackathon, one of the biggest in the world, was organised in MIT, Manipal on the 2nd and 3rd of March, 2019. It was a gruelling competitive coding event, which saw 24 teams from all over the country participate in the event in Manipal. The Hackathon encouraged students to work towards finding solutions to real-world problems that were presented by industry professionals.