Coming from the comforts of our house, we bring along a bag full of apprehensions, as we step into Manipal. However, as time goes by, and we gather new experiences, we all find ourselves in love with the town and the college. With newfound freedom, away from our homes, we learn to be our own guide on this new track, full of unexpected turns.
For most MITians, student clubs are a significant part of their lives in Manipal. However, making a decision about which clubs to join can bring about a lot of confusion in a fresher’s mind. In this article, we try to ease some of that confusion by answering a few frequently asked questions about student clubs at MIT.
A million different questions consume the minds of prospective freshers as they look to call this little town, their home for the next few years. This article aims to answer a few of those pegging questions by giving the oncoming students an insight into life as a fresher in Manipal.
The excitement of coming to a new place, common among freshers, is often mixed with a healthy dose of nervousness. With their minds buzzing with questions, having a convenient source of information is incredibly helpful. Enter MIT’s Buddy Program. Read on to know more and register.
As a fresher, the prospect of college often sounds alluring with its ideals of passion and the promise of freedom. However, with busy schedules and tiring classes, it can very quickly start feeling overwhelming. Looking back on the first year of college, you realize just how much you’ve grown to love this place you now call home.
Beginning with awkward introductions among classmates and ending with an overwhelming nostalgia towards friends in the hostel— the first year goes by in the blink of an eye. Amidst all the experiences that one goes through, a few instances stand out in the time spent in this small town. It’s these moments that creep their way into our hearts and well up our eyes by the time we say goodbye for the much-needed summer break.
We are not the same person today that we were a year ago. So what has changed in this student of MIT at the end of his first year? Read on to find out.