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.
Ever wondered why Batman turned out the way he did? Well, if you ever dared to think so, Cerebro was where you needed to be.The psychology based interactive session tried to make sense of how our mind perceives the world and how our emotions are the resultant of a few chemical reactions.
Students from MIT, DoC, and SoC recently came together for the Annual Seminar on Art, Culture and Society. Spanning various disciplines, they presented their papers on a wide range of topics including movies and feminism. Read on to know more.
With Cognitive Control, Treacherous Ties and Lie to Me, Psychus proved to be one of the hottest categories of Revels’18. With events ranging from a test of concentration under pressure to an all-out test of their lying skills, Psychus had its participants hooked from the get-go.
Xventure had something for all the adventure enthusiasts in town. With action packed and challenging events, it received a good response from participants.
From poetry to speaking, word games, and writing, Paradigm Shift had a wide range of funny and engaging events tailored to be challenging and interesting alike.
Kalakriti drew in a swarm of capable artists under one roof and helped them showcase their talents which they otherwise can’t on a daily basis. From Clay Modelling to Face Painting, the competitions exercised every nook and corner of the creative side of the brain.
True to its name, the jubilation, artistic mastery on display, and tangible excitement of Revels all reach their peak intensity at Crescendo. Bearing the tag of being the musical category, it brings out the budding musicians masquerading as engineers, from beneath the crevices. Setting MIT’s most gifted musicians against the rest of the country, it nurtures the spirit of healthy competition. All this, while spreading the euphoria of tasteful music for everyone’s pleasure, allowing revellers and performers alike to let go in the midst of a heated semester.
Those with a penchant for turning any argument in their favour, or a knack for cracking riddles had a field day at Ergo. Join us, as we bring you coverage of every sort of quiz one could possibly dream up, and debates that offered eye-opening perspectives.