By Sohil Sharma | Staff Writer “The biggest risk in life is not taking one.“ -Mark Zuckerberg It all began in the year 2012 when three MITians – Sarthak Paul, Aman Bansal, and Ananya Rao – realised their potential to make it big in the
We bring to you the second issue of The MIT Post’s semesterly magazine.
Slash’s first visit to Bangalore to promote his third studio album was a bona fide rock n’ roll experience filled with loud, raw, and high energy music.
Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. The MIT Post presents a carefully picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this year’s final struggle. When you hit the books and the books hit back, refer to
Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. The MIT Post presents a carefully picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this year’s final struggle. When you’re taking a short (ahem) break, groove to our Unwind playlist
The Annual Intersection Debate Tournament provides a glimpse at the debating culture in the institution and is a highly anticipated event among freshmen.
“The horror, the horror…” Marlon Brando in ‘Apocalypse Now’ (1979) The Land of Kashmir – Paradise on Earth, or abyss? The land, where thousands of western as well as Indian tourists go looking for beauty and serenity, is paradoxically famous for its instability and terrorism, caught
By Neela Sharma | Staff Writer With the festivities of Diwali wearing off, the diaspora of students across Manipal were subject to yet another night of illumination and its consequential warmth. ‘Luminaire’, formerly known as Light the Night, is an event hosted annually by AIESEC
by Shaleen Kalsi | Staff Writer ‘I tell you woman! You’re the devil!’ ADA’s drama night, titled ‘Rubaroo’, kicked off with a brief introduction to the club, spiked with a dash of slapstick, that set the stage for two back-to-back performances. Described as a satire
By Sanat Mharolkar | with Noel Thomas As international diplomats dove into action to save valuable human lives, morality united nations separated by a compelling political reason. It was quite literally, faith in humanity restored. “If you are going to sit here without making a