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Polar Vortex—The Winds of Change

North America and Eurasia faced a brutal winter due to the Polar Vortex, with parts of the US experiencing temperatures colder than Antarctica. Here’s a look at the Polar Vortex and its widespread effect on the Northern countries and India.

The New Guardian of Newsprint—Sitting Down With Jayant Mathew

Jayant Mammen Mathew, the Executive Editor of the Malayala Manorama, one of India’s most-read publications, and an MIT alumnus was recently elected to the prestigious position of the President of the Indian Newspaper Society, the apex body of Indian publication. The MIT Post had the opportunity to interview him on his wealth of experience as a prominent journalist.

Carnival Of Treats—RedX’s Food Fiesta

RedX’s Food Fiesta provided the students with a perfect escape from a sweltering week filled with assignments, lab exams and the dread of the approaching endsems. The great food at the stalls along with the musical performances made the evening enjoyable for everyone present.

The Strays of Manipal

Large populations of stray dogs is a pressing matter for civic authorities everywhere. We at The Post sit with Captain’s Animal Care Trust, one of Manipal’s leading dog welfare trusts and explore the problems that these animals pose and the measures employed to handle the situation.

Revels’19—Animania

Real fans of Anime and Manga, experienced a true sense of homecoming at Animania’19. With their flagship events—Chunin Exam, The Manga Project, and Liar Game, Animania succeeded in providing a delightful and refreshing experience to all its participants.

Phishing out the Bugs—Backslash by MIST

In this age of the internet, learning and understanding cybersecurity is a quintessential skill. To aid students in this path, MIST organised its annual tech weekend—Backs\ash from 28th to 31st March 2019. With four events—WEB-SEC, Smoked, Cryptohunt, and CTF, the weekend proved to be a great learning experience for the attendees and organisers alike.

Lab Manuals—Where We Are and How We Got Here

This semester, MIT made the shift from printed manuals to soft copies. While this move led to an increase in workload for a few departments, it has resulted in some savings for most of the students. Read on to find out about about how this decision was made and the way it was implemented.

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