MIT is one of those colleges where every individual finds himself, and the catalyst to this self-discovery has to be the vast plethora of clubs that the institute boasts. The 50-odd clubs, teams and organizations are student-run, and cater to almost every possible interest. Clubs
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Elon Musk is one of the world’s leading innovators today, but his work largely remains unknown to the general public. We delve into the body of work the man has contributed to, and the vision behind it.
The clubs in MIT are plentiful in number. Here are some clubs whose activities you can engage in in your free time.
“When you tear out a man’s tongue you are not proving him a liar, you are only telling the world that you fear what he might say” Censorship exists to protect large masses of people from damaging content, but it also compromises the Right of
“Ideas are a Dime a Dozen” is an expression that grows in relevance with every passing day, as mankind tests its potential and innovates through formerly undiscovered arenas of science and technology. In contrast to the popular belief that success is achieved as an upshot
Celebrating Our 68th As we celebrate 68 years of our nation’s freedom, let’s take a look at what it took to earn it. The Indian Independence movement went by many names, under many able leaders, and ultimately required the force of millions to cause the
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“I just create the characters and their universe. Once that’s done, they make their own way in their world, and I become less of a writer and more a chronicler of their lives. It’s kind of like giving birth to a child.” Nishant Muralidharan, a junior in
College campuses throughout the world encourage cycling. Good for wallets and waistlines, students have used it for long, as a means of travel, throughout the campus. However, to Kartik Verma- a fourth year student in MIT, bicycling is much closer to the heart than that.