A bewildering way with words and ideas brewed together with humour and cinematography in a virtual interview with Satish Ray under the Manipal Conclave in TechTatva’20.
A series of virtual hackathons hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology aims at creating solutions to improve problems that have arisen during the pandemic. Pranav Agrawal and his winning team ‘Ulinzi’ designed ‘Sterilo’—a pliable surface that can be used to sterilise contact points in hospitals. We, at The MIT Post, had the opportunity to interview Agarwal on his experiences at the 48-hour virtual event ‘India: Turning the Tide’.
Cancer has been the foe of many, taking the lives of millions every year. However, not all struggles end in defeat. Cancer survivors Jayshree Arora and Shreya Srikrishna share their experiences of braving the odds and teach us that each day matters.
On 13th September, 2020 the student council of MIT, Manipal organised a technical talk on mixed reality with one of Microsoft’s Learn Student Ambassadors, Faizan Akhtar. A man of subtle humor and moralistic ideals, the mixed reality evangelist sat down with The MIT Post as he enlightened us with his experiences.
Recently, The MIT Post had the privilege of interviewing two of the brightest minds on campus; Jithin Sunny and Akshatha Kamath. Victors at Stanford’s Health ++ Hackathon, they share their experience and advice for prospective participants in this interview.
Keeping in mind the enormous student population that aspires to continue their higher education abroad, MAHE hosted a talk on 20th August by the U.S. vice-consul to India, Ms Michele Giovia. Following the talk, The MIT Post spoke with her about the various avenues of studying and working in the U.S.
It is said that a magician never reveals his secrets. However, we at The MIT Post were fortunate enough to get a chance to speak with Mr Shankar Junior, a renowned illusionist who was in MIT to speak at the Illumine Talks, organised by the Lions Club of Manipal and the Rotaract Club of Manipal.
The MIT Post had a chance to sit down with Deepa Ganesh, Deputy Editor of the Hindu, who had been in town while speaking in MILAP 2018. Read on about her journey through translating works of some of the most renowned figures in Kannada literature.
Dr. Atamjit Singh is a renowned Punjabi playwright, who has been writing and directing plays for over 40 years. He is a recipient of the Sahitya Akademi award, however he returned it in 2015. His plays tackle a variety of social issues and are heavily rooted in the history of Punjab and its people. We had the oppurtunity to speak to him at MILAP this year.
New to the scene yet making waves in the university circuit already, the only trends Shorthand wants to ride are the ones they set. The MIT Post got the chance to have a chat with them about their music, plans for the future, and more.