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Picking Arduino’s Brain

Arduino as a platform has become a common feature in almost every engineer’s project lately. If one hasn’t used it then they have at least heard of that small blue board that is used in the manufacturing process of robots. Most of us though, even

The Policy Child

“The removal of the One Child Policy was a gradual process ever since its inception in 1979. Relaxations were introduced in stages, before finally abandoning it on October 29th, 2015.”
An in-depth analysis of the recent abolishment of China’s One Child Policy.

Talk it Out: Public Display of Affection

Talk it Out is a non-technical club that frequently serves as a forum for open discussions on social issues relevant to the youth of today. Initiated two years ago, they’ve held discussions on a wide range of topics spanning homosexuality, the importance of academia and

The I-on Interview

After having received a refreshingly prompt response to our request to meet him, we proceeded to interview the man responsible for administering Wi-Fi to the Manipal and Mangalore campuses of Manipal University. A card on his desk which listed Manipal Values, integrity and transparency in particular, seemed reassuring. Here’s what ensued in an interview with Mr. Sathish Kamath, Assistant Director-IT.

In Search of a Change: The Paryaya Festival of Udupi

The mundane routine of the average MITian is limited to one’s hostel room and classroom. It is not every day that he/she sets out to explore Udupi during its most festive period. The Paryaya celebrations take place every alternate year on the 18th of January and is definitely one that is awaited with bated breath. But what was it that made it increasingly special this year?

MITFL Press Conference-2

Arunabh Sengupta I Staff Writer As we all know, the MITFL is right around the corner and on the 19th of January was the second press conference hosted by the league. The day’s event was hosted at two places, at the Director’s office where the

A Question of Good and Bad

“Who is Ram and who is Raavan? Or more importantly, what is Ram and what is Raavan? How do we differentiate between the good and bad?”
Thoughts on Aaina’s Mood Indigo winning play “Raavanleela”.

“Studying Abroad”- MIT Alumni Speech Video

Srikar Prithvi Chinam (Industrial and Production Engineering, Batch of 2014), delivered a talk on “Studying Abroad” on the 15th of January, 2015 at AC Seminar Hall . Having pursued his M.S in Management Science & Engineering from Columbia University, he has currently received a job