A review of MIT’s first national level debate tournament, held between the 13th of August to the 15th. With a dedicated organizing committee and a stellar adjudication panel, the tournament exceeded expectations.
A statistical break-down of club-related activities on Campus.
The Manga and Anime club recently organized its first ever independent event, the Shonen Fest. The fest,which offered a range of events including theme based competitions and movie screenings, was a hit amongst the anime lovers of MIT.
The agenda of Blank 101’s event ‘Cipher 101’ was to cover the history of cryptography as well as how it works today. Trust Blank 101 to pick the most fascinating motifs and present them in an almost fun, coherent manner. Dive into the world of codes, algorithms and Enigma. Yes, Enigma from the movie Imitation Game.
MIT is one of those colleges where every individual finds himself, and the catalyst to this self-discovery has to be the vast plethora of clubs that the institute boasts. The 50-odd clubs, teams and organizations are student-run, and cater to almost every possible interest. Clubs
The clubs in MIT are plentiful in number. Here are some clubs whose activities you can engage in in your free time.