People flocked to the MIT Football ground on the evening of 8th April to watch the first ever final of the MITFL, MIT’s official football league. With the defending champions Zeta Bolts facing off against the table-toppers Omega Vikings, the match promised to be electrifying.
Ek Sangharsh conducted a drawing competition for the students of a nearby government primary school. Aside from being a noble cause, it was an enjoyable event that allowed the volunteers and the students to let loose for a while and just have fun.
With the euphoria of an approaching summer hanging in the air, debates rife with conflicting political viewpoints blazed through every session of Summit Manipal. Read on for details on the proceedings in each of the four committees.
With themed decorations and live music, the Manga and Anime Club offered a unique dining experience at Maid Café. With servers cosplaying as anime characters, the event presented an intriguing aspect of the Japanese Otaku Culture.
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.
All of us would love to make money—the Behavioural Economics talk by ESoM served as a beacon of hope for the same. Their event did well to unravel the mysteries of how our psyche weighs in on our financial decisions. The talk centered around the way our emotions play a major role in the making of our financial decisions and how this link could help us improve our economy.
With riddles, quips, and quizzes, the Literary, Debate, and Quiz (LDQ) club of MIT recently hosted Lingquiztics’18. The event garnered attention from quiz-masters hailing from Manipal, Goa, and Kochi, for a weekend celebrating the literary arts in all its glory.
IAESTE organized a two-day certified technical workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Android App Development, and Printed Circuit Board Design, conducted by trained professionals. As IAESTE’s first ‘member benefit’ event it offered a lot to students in terms of the knowledge and skills that they gained from the workshops.
Pentagram ft. Vishal Dadlani along with DJ Gurbax played at MJC Grounds on the 24th for MAHE students last weekend. An evening filled with entertainment and music, students enjoyed the concert as much as they enjoyed the food.
The second edition of Jashn-e-Manipal kept the audience well-entertained with talented poets and orators taking to the stage. The performances, infused with humour and wit, maintained a lively and engaging atmosphere throughout.