MIT’s technical fest is back, and it’s bigger than ever! If you’re unwilling to leave the comfort of your room, or just want an unusual take on the happenings around campus, we have you covered. Stay tuned for live updates from TechTatva 2019.
All good things must come to an end, but so does our liveblog. So, we shall wrap it up for this edition of TechTatva. We will be back with our coverage of Revels next semester.
Visual representation of me trying to pay attention in class
If you are mar(s)ching around NLH, do look out for our friendly bro-ver.
A preview into first years trying out ‘A Slice of Life’ at after-parties tonight.
Head over to the MIT Post kiosk near IC and grab a copy of our newsletters, hot off the press
Building bridges in college… only to burn them down once you graduate.
An exclusive into organisers/CCs going to morning labs and 8 AM classes after all night fest work
Watered down enthusiasms on Day 4 of the fest be like
Welcome to the liveblog for today. As things start to wrap up all around the fest, we’ll try to bring the remaining action to you right here, so stay tuned.
On that hurtful note, I shall wrap my blows along with the liveblog. We will be back tomorrow with more “updates” from the fest
Siddhant rolling with the blows.
A depiction of my mental state after the last roast
Push up does not mean sitting in a corner of a room and pondering over your existence.
I don’t want to sound like a braggart, but I have done a total of 100 push-ups in my entire lifetime
How Siddhant roasts himself to save the liveblog:
Just like most participants, Adithya is an hour late to the party.
His jokes never gun for anyone, they bomb.
Now you’re just gunning for laughs, Siddhant.
You just keep proving my point time and again
These are dark times, both for the Rolex and I.
Looks like Vinayak’s brain stopped working just like my Rolex, after day one
Welcome back to yet another day of our liveblog. I am incredibly sorry for the delay, my Rolex seems to have stopped working
On that healthy note, we shall wrap things up for today. We will be back tomorrow with unhealthy ‘jokes’ and undercooked roasts
My self-esteem after two years of engineering
If it were not for my grades, you would have made another post after two hours instead of one.
Yes, but a “looser” has more points than all your internal marks combined.
I may be a weak joker kid but I like to think that I am not a ‘looser’
Me and the boys looking for a sense of purpose in life
After four days of eating at the food stalls
But you are not a club volunteer, Adithya
People trying to get away from club volunteers:
Head on over to the MIT Post kiosk at IC and grab a copy of our Day-1 newsletter.
The dress code for today is, “Blue Black White Gold,” which our liveblog followed yesterday as I was beaten black and blue by Vinayak’s golden words
Everyone after looking at the quality of jokes on the liveblog today.
How close I am to getting my semester together
Me doing nothing about my grades dropping like a wrecking ball
This bot is in a Messi situation.
The standards for the liveblog can only drop after yesterday’s performances.
Half the popular belief went home.
Hello and welcome to the second day of TechTatva’19. This year’s theme is, ‘Embracing Contraries,’ and our liveblog is a perfect embodiment of it—considering we try to make TechTatva sound interesting, contrary to popular belief.
On that Fair and Lovely note, we shall wrap the liveblog up for the day. We will be back tomorrow as I get roasted to a dark-medium brown
The last post does truly highlight our white-spread readership
We, at The MIT Post are launching an Honest Indian ad-campaign
Save them burns lest you burnout
After that pun, I think you should re-tyre
It looks like a tyre-ing journey ahead for Fuel RC participants.
Me looking for a decent comeback right now
An accurate illustration of Siddhant trying to climb out of the friend-zone.
Vedant gate-crashing the party with unnecessarily sour jokes.
When life gives you lemons, you put it in your mouth and see who comes first.
Me after making ten lame jokes on the liveblog
Siddhant dropping truth bombs while Adithya lives in a delusional world. Truly embracing contraries.
Me: I know where I am going with my life
Where I am going with my life:
Yes. I am carrying the entire Post on my shoulders.
Kicking things off on a festive note, our own designated Baahubali, Adithya Nayak.
Grab a copy of our Newsletter from our kiosk outside the Innovation Centre
Looks like everyone is incredibly excited about TechTatva’19
Hello and welcome to our liveblog for TechTatva’19. This year’s theme is, ‘Embracing Contraries,’ or as we at The MIT Post call it, “Our liveblog is hilarious.”
Greetings from The MIT Post! TechTatva’19 starts in two days, and preparations are in full swing. Stay tuned to our liveblog for updates throughout the fest.