RedX Manipal organised the Triathlon 2020 on 2nd February—an event that gave the fitness enthusiasts of Manipal an unparalleled adrenaline rush as they swam, cycled, and ran across the campus.
The MIT Sports Club conducted an Open Swimming Tournament for students of all years on 28th January. It saw participants putting on a tough fight, with almost all races concluding with close finishes.
Crucible, held by ISTE and IE-E&C, was a four-day long Tech-Week held with the aim of challenging and satisfying technology enthusiasts and the like. With events ranging from treasure hunts, games, quizzes and technology events, Crucible made sure to include people with varying levels of interest.
Summer research internships provide students with invaluable exposure to their area of study. With the ACM-W Manipal’s guide to applying for such programmes abroad and in India, participants were made aware of the do’s and don’ts of writing emails to professors, various programme specific tips, and the best ways to approach the application process.
On the occasion of India’s 71st Republic Day, Manipal had witnessed celebrations throughout the day. Starting early with a flag hoisting ceremony and march, and ending with an evening filled with music and dance, it was a lovely way to commemorate this landmark event.
Taking cue from one of the most widely talked-about topics in the world, Blank 101 hosted a debate on iOS vs Android which attracted tech enthusiasts from all over the institute. With long-time users discussing every aspect of both OS, the fruitful debate managed to educate as well as keep everyone engaged.
The students of Manipal, led by the NCC Cadets, paid a fitting tribute to the brave souls fighting for our country on the occasion of Army Day at a military demonstration and five-kilometre run organised by the Manipal Runners’ Club.
With a new change in format, the MITCL Auction held on 14th January kept the stakes and the excitement running high as managers battled it out in a bid to pick the best players.
Spectators were made privy to a unique blend of art and technology on the first evening of m.i.l.a.p 2019. Read on to learn more about artist Vinay Hegde’s VR-infused performance, Cosmic Splash.
Concluding their share of theatre for the year, AAINA recently hosted two plays in the short span of a week—’Chacha Chaubey Ke Chashme Se’, a street play depicting the social evils that plague our country, and ‘In The Name Of Blood’ a crime drama inspired by the Capones. The enthralling performances of the actors and brilliant scripts of both the plays thoroughly delighted the audience.