We have almost reached the end of the surreal, yet overriding year that 2020 has been, and the subsequent decade of the 2010s. However, this leads us closer to the tensity of End Semester examinations. Fear not, for The MIT Post brings to you a hand-picked, curated playlist to help get through these testing times.
ADA Dramatics released a new online production, an alluring short film, Palace of the Mind which follows the story of a man frozen in time and his struggle to find answers from his past.
Marital rape remains a non-criminalised crime in 36 countries, including India. For 158 years, the Indian jurisdiction has made a plethora of excuses for not outlawing conjugal rape. It is time we question the underlying implications of the state’s refusal to protect married women from violent sexual assault.
An exceptional poet and storyteller, Amandeep Singh Khayal’s magical way with words have garnered widespread appreciation for writing straight from the heart. The MIT Post had the opportunity to converse with him during the Manipal Conclave 2020.
Content creator for Filtercopy and Dice and former social media manager at EIC, Pulkit Kochar has paved a career path of success for himself. The MIT Post had the opportunity to converse with him during the Manipal Conclave 2020.
Blank 101 and LoT hosted a Talk It Out session on gender roles. During this session, they discussed everything from the root cause of stereotypes, to family and ancestral involvement, to the various solutions for this persistent issue.
Mechatron was a quiz-based category which was the perfect platform for amateur designers and coders to hone and showcase their skills. Read ahead for what events like Fuze, Chakravyuh 2.0 and Ardothon had in store.
The Manipal Hackathon was an enthralling competition as teams tried their best to develop solutions for real-world problems. The theme for this year was ‘Limitless Mind—Learn, Lead, and Live without barriers.’ Read on to know more.
Boasting their business acumen, participants of BizzMaestro went into a spree of business-related tasks and events that checked their capabilities in managing a business and also tested their game in economics and finance.
With brain-teasing problems and trivia, Alacrity brings to you an amalgam of wit and wisdom where participants race against each other to finish the puzzles in the given time.