The Literary, Debate and Quiz club returned this semester with yet another puzzling offering. Quiz Meets Quiz, a general knowledge event, was a delight for inquisitive trivia enthusiasts. With an assortment of challenging questions, the quiz kept its audience both entertained and befuddled.
The Literary, Debate, and Quiz Club organised a Harry Potter Quiz calling Potterheads of all years to take part. With a variety of questions from all the different areas of Harry Potter lore, the quiz witnessed an intense quiz-off from the participants, each eager to prove that they were the bigger fan of the series.
The Literary, Debate and Quiz club of MIT hosted a book reading event to discuss, and analyse various authors, novels, and ideas. The initiative was well received by the reader-writer community of Manipal, who continuously exchanged ideas all through the event.
LitStock’18 brought together all lovers of literature and quizzing under the same roof, as students battled it out to claim the top spot. MFQT, like in the previous instalments of Litstock, proved to be quite the crowd puller, bringing in a large number of quizzing enthusiasts while the rest of the literary festival also saw a good turnout, turning the fest into a success, as it has always been since its inception.
With riddles, quips, and quizzes, the Literary, Debate, and Quiz (LDQ) club of MIT recently hosted Lingquiztics’18. The event garnered attention from quiz-masters hailing from Manipal, Goa, and Kochi, for a weekend celebrating the literary arts in all its glory.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but with whips and knives running rampant at MIT-DT’17, debate capped the pen from 12th to 14th August. With more than hundred outstation participants, MIT-DT’s second edition was quite a feather in the cap for LDQ.
The Literary, Debate and Quiz Club rewarded us all for making it through yet another semester with their flagship literary fest, ‘Bonanza’. Read on about its final event, the Decathlon, which had puzzles and games to stump even the most acerbic of bookworms.
The best and sharpest quizzers from Manipal racked their brains at a well-organised quiz on Science, Technology, and Business, the first collaboration between The Official Literary, Debate and Quiz club of Manipal (L.D.Q) and Indian Society of Technical Education, Manipal (I.S.T.E).
What do you get when you bring grammar Nazis, budding poets, and quiz-masters together? Something a lot like Litstock’16