Being a campus brimming with cultural diversity and incredible creativity, the celebrations at MIT are always something that we here look forward to. Read on to take a peek at this colourful aspect of MIT.
A boy murders his own father in what comes off as a very straightforward case of homicide. A single juror opposes the obvious verdict drawing the observer into an intense, emotionally charged debate touching upon the prejudices and lives of the American society of the fifties.
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
Fluttering flags, cheerful music, and smiling faces greeted visitors at the TMA Pai hall on the evening of 21st August. ‘Global Village’, the flagship event of AIESEC in Manipal University, proceeded in full swing with enthusiastic participation from different sections of the Manipal varsity. The entire
“We want to be a one stop shop for renting”
Rentified is Manipal’s latest entrepreneurial ventures that taps into the prospects of the borrowing and sharing culture that persists within the campus and outside as well.
The 2nd of February, 2016 was a momentous day for the LGBT community in India as the Supreme Court admitted a curative petition on Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. The hundred and fifty-six year old law prescribes a maximum sentence of life imprisonment
The latest additon to the list of competitions under IE CSE’s flagship event ‘Prometheus’, Artem received participation from plenty of aspiring designers.
A highly robust, well informed discussion on tackling world terrorism, UNSC CTED was one of the most successful committees of Summit Manipal ’16. Intense debates, furious chit-passing, and presence of mind were the order of all three days of Summit Manipal.
The Manga and Anime club recently organized its first ever independent event, the Shonen Fest. The fest,which offered a range of events including theme based competitions and movie screenings, was a hit amongst the anime lovers of MIT.
“Not everyone comes here with a problem; sometimes people come here looking for ways to improve themselves too.”
The stigma against seeking professional psychological help is one that is almost indelible, especially among those who need it the most. It is for this precise reason that MIT currently employs four student counsellors, and we had the opportunity to speak to one of them.