AIESEC recently conducted their event, ‘Balakalakar’, which was aimed at creating everlasting memories in the lives of a few orphans who didn’t have the opportunity to celebrate Holi, the festival of colours and joy. Everlasting memories were created in their hearts who, along with the volunteers, had one of the best days of their lives.
Just because you’re behind a screen doesn’t mean you have to be stuck behind it: our live blog will bring the fest right to you, if you don’t want to go to it.
Pre-Revels is finally over, and Revels is almost upon us. While few of the cultural categories of Revels’18 held workshops, few categories held events during Pre-Revels. If you missed out on any of these events, click on the category names to find out more!
Dramebaaz brought theatre and film into the spotlight with Curtain Call and Lights, Camera, Action. Teams competed with trailers of their work for the opportunity to present their plays and movies during the fest.
Crescendo offered budding musicians a chance to flaunt their talent. Audiences were treated all week long, to memorable evenings filled with soulful tunes from different genres all over the world.
The sixth edition of the annual kite flying festival, Tarang, saw innumerable people reliving their childhood memories flying kites at End Point. The event, which also served as a social awareness campaign, had people from all walks of life come together to celebrate the joy of living and giving.
Aiming to help participants strengthen their memory retention and logical and analytical thinking, Psychus conducted the Speed Memory Workshop, as a part of Pre-Revels’18. Considering exams are right around the corner, maybe memory hacks are just what we need!
Time. A subject that has plagued us from the very beginning of our existence. Though mankind acquiring the skill to measure time appears to be a godsend, all it really did was set us up for our own downfall. Life as we know it would
With their Open Mic, Goonj provided a platform for students to talk about love and share their experiences with it. Participants expressed themselves through poems, stories, and narrations.
Lakshya, the up and coming agriculture club of MIT, hosted Dr Natraj B V’s seminar on Technology in Agriculture and the Opportunities It Presents. The seminar focused on the latest technology in agriculture- a field that doesn’t often get the limelight it deserves.