“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.” – Ludwig van Beethoven
Beethoven probably never had to curate a playlist for thousands of engineering students about to write exams. However, we at The MIT Post are back with our playlists for the sessionals, divided into Vocals and Instrumental, and curated with the intent to spur your studies on. So put on those earphones, and let your spirit think and excel.
In the oh so small breaks between study sessions, there aren’t many places you can go to. That is why we, at The MIT Post, try to do our best to present the best songs in one place, to unwind, relax, and perhaps find that extra motivation to study again. This semester, we’re back with another one of our scrupulously curated playlists for you to enjoy.
For the times when you’ve felt the need for some alleviation and calm in your daily struggle to study, we, at The MIT Post, have thought about helping you out with yet another collection of soothing and pensive tracks from artists across the globe. So pull out the cache of caffeine, put on your headphones, and plunge into the scrupulously curated playlist, just for you.
We, at the MIT Post always believe in doing something new and unprecedented, and this time around, we present you with the perfect background score for your sessional all-nighters from two varying worlds of music. We’ve divided the playlists into Indian and Western categories. So, take your pick, grab that can of Red Bull, and don’t forget to make history.
The MIT Post is back with the perfect background score for your sessional all-nighters. Whether it’s some company that you need while emptying mugs of coffee, or just a little soothing that you could do with, our playlists have got you covered.
Over the course of the past year, we at The MIT Post have built ourselves a reputation for compiling perfect background scores to all-nighters. Fret not, young engineers, for this time we’re back with two fresh playlists to make your struggles a wee bit easier.
Whether it’s some company that you need during those lousy sessional all-nighters, or just a little soothing that you could do with, our Sessionals Playlist has got you covered. We’ve divided the playlist into two categories, vocal and instrumental, as is tradition. So sit back,
Srikar Prithvi Chinam (Industrial and Production Engineering, Batch of 2014), delivered a talk on “Studying Abroad” on the 15th of January, 2015 at AC Seminar Hall . Having pursued his M.S in Management Science & Engineering from Columbia University, he has currently received a job
Here’s to not going gentle into that good night. The MIT Post presents a carefully picked mix of music, spanning centuries and genres, to help ease your way through this year’s final struggle. When you hit the books and the books hit back, refer to