One of the most important student bodies of MIT, the Student Council is an example of the ethos of democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the administration. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their aspirations for the upcoming year.
I sat in the passenger seat of the car as we drove to the campus. It had been a long journey to get there, but an even longer one lay ahead. The online experience, making friends and deciding which clubs to join might seem like a daunting task. A second-hand perspective and reading up about what to expect as a fresher on campus can prove valuable in this fog of unpredictability.
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.
One of the most important student bodies in MIT, the Student Council is an example of indirect democracy in action. These elected individuals form the link between the student populace and the authorities. In this article, the members of the Council share their motivations for running for office and their agenda for the coming year.
Manipal expressed solidarity with the victims of rape in Kathua and Unnao with a candlelight vigil, joining in the widespread outrage in the country. Read on to know more about the proceedings.
With the Student Mentorship Program (SMP) having been kick-started to foster and develop a comprehensive peer network in campus, it has also resulted in cropping up of multiple questions regarding the process, among other things. Launched about a week ago, only students of 5th, 6th