On what rests the hope of the Republic? One country, one language, one flag Alexander Henry Although untrue in its entirety, especially for a country as diverse as India, this is something worth thinking over, that even with more than a century of torturous history, the
The Inter Section Coding Competition organized by IE CSE was a face-off between passionate coders in a two day event involving complex programming algorithms and a race against the clock to be the best. Read on.
Calling out all the musicians and musical aficionados of MIT, The Music and Fine Arts club (MAFIA) conducted a music meet on the 24th of January. At the beginning of the event, the participants were asked to fill out forms while the senior club members put up agendas
Arduino as a platform has become a common feature in almost every engineer’s project lately. If one hasn’t used it then they have at least heard of that small blue board that is used in the manufacturing process of robots. Most of us though, even
Talk it Out is a non-technical club that frequently serves as a forum for open discussions on social issues relevant to the youth of today. Initiated two years ago, they’ve held discussions on a wide range of topics spanning homosexuality, the importance of academia and
“Who is Ram and who is Raavan? Or more importantly, what is Ram and what is Raavan? How do we differentiate between the good and bad?”
Thoughts on Aaina’s Mood Indigo winning play “Raavanleela”.
True to the unresting spirit of MIT, 2016 premiered with the celebration of Swami Vivekanand’s 153rd birth anniversary as ‘National Youth Day’…
A quick recap of ‘Mafia – 101’, a shiver-inducing talk conducted by Blank – 101 on 9th November, 2015.
By Sohil Sharma | Staff Writer “The biggest risk in life is not taking one.“ -Mark Zuckerberg It all began in the year 2012 when three MITians – Sarthak Paul, Aman Bansal, and Ananya Rao – realised their potential to make it big in the
“The horror, the horror…” Marlon Brando in ‘Apocalypse Now’ (1979) The Land of Kashmir – Paradise on Earth, or abyss? The land, where thousands of western as well as Indian tourists go looking for beauty and serenity, is paradoxically famous for its instability and terrorism, caught