By Sanat Mharolkar | with Noel Thomas As international diplomats dove into action to save valuable human lives, morality united nations separated by a compelling political reason. It was quite literally, faith in humanity restored. “If you are going to sit here without making a
The Student Council (SC) election, held annually near the last third of every odd semester, is arguably MIT’s most important student-body-level event. Unfortunately, for much of the college, the elections fly under the radar, not to be heard of until the new Council itself is
A Rumination – What if robots could satiate the human need to establish dominance and exhibit power?
Also, an accompanying report on RoboWars 2.0
Live coverage of all the happenings of the biggest event of TechTatva’15, The Manipal Conclave on its second day.
As it happens.
Straight from the LA.
A live coverage of all the happenings of the biggest event of TechTatva’15, The Manipal Conclave.
As it happens.
When it’s all said and done, Civil Engineering is still one of the pillars upon which modern science stands. Manipal Institute of Technology started off with Civil, and to this date, its students take pride in this fact, and rightfully so. Conkreation was one of the
Code Wars is a Cryptoss event, and this year it has something new in store for finding the best coder out there.
To your average spectator, a coding competition is the least exciting of all, where a group of bespectacled teenagers simply sit around typing. Peitho Omada was not such an event. In an attempt to make something which appears mundane into something exciting, Cryptoss came up
A quick look at Round one of Epsilon’s “not very Biomed” Biomed event that had the participants nodding and scratching their heads
You could be a seasoned coder in C++ or one of the other known languages, and then you would have to go ahead and forget it all for Decepticode. This event took the participants back to the basics by giving them the documentation of an