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‘The Stars Shine Down’ by Sidney Sheldon – A Review

Sidney Sheldon weaves wonders once again in ‘The Stars Shine Down’ – a reflection on the hurdles women still have to overcome in the corporate world, two centuries after the inception of feminism. Read on to find out more about this tale of hardship, skyrocketing to zeniths of success, scathing betrayals, and decisions that could put everything at stake.

Anathema – The Optimist [Finely Tuned]

Nearly two decades later, Anathema returns to complete a story left hanging precariously at the edge of a cliff. Will they be able to recapture the enchantment of 2001’s ‘A Fine Day to Exit’ in its sequel? Read on to find out in this week’s edition of Finely Tuned.

Opeth – Deliverance [Finely Tuned]

Hot on the heels of what was Opeth’s magnum opus, ‘Deliverance’ had quite the challenge of living up to the standards set by its predecessor. In this week’s Finely Tuned, we take a look at what was not only the most brutal album in the history of Opeth’s career, but what could have also been their last.

Have you heard of CollPoll?

The CollPoll app was introduced to MIT in the odd semester of 2016. Manipal University is currently one of the four universities in the country that has partnered with CollPoll. The app aims to provide a one point platform to address a student’s needs in