We recently got the opportunity to chat with Dr Gayathri Prabhu, the Coordinator of the Student Support Centre, which is the first of its kind in an Indian University. Joined by the psychologists running the show- Ms Debasmita Phukan, Ms Kangkana Bhuyan, and Mr Shafeer
Poet, author, and The Hindu Prize awardee Dr. Easterine Kire visited the North-East Studies Centre in the Department of Geopolitics and International Relations of MAHE on the 22nd of January, 2018. After her insightful lecture on Locating Naga Identity in the Globalised World, we got the opportunity
With the first poem of this month’s iambic instincts, Suruchi Narang takes you on a literary skywatch. Read on as she takes you on a journey to a humbling realization while weaving rhythm into her words.
In conversation with the new Director of MIT, Manipal, Dr. Srikant Rao, we tried to delve into his vision for the college, the roadmap, and his passion for change.
Picking an open elective can often put you in a pickle—you might end up with a subject well-tailored to your interests, or you might just end up staring wistfully at the stars as the lecture drones on. We have compiled a list of all the
We recently got the opportunity to speak with Mr Tolga Tarak, the CEO of Emilia Motors. He narrated to us his journey from being a financially unstable college student to becoming the owner of the US and Europe’s leading luxury concierge company. His story proves once and for all that if fuelled by the drive to achieve a goal, there isn’t much that one can’t overcome in their path to success.
Jam-packed with movie references, meaningful yet light anecdotes, and Telugu one-liners- Padma Shree awardee Mr SS Rajamouli’s hour long question and answer session with the audience was nothing short of an inspirational film in itself.
Assisted by an online community of 3D Printing enthusiasts and, at key moments, by his father, Rushil created ‘Glow’ – his first functioning 3D Printer – in his hostel room.
Blank 101’s first ever technical talk on Machine Learning and AI effortlessly covered topics ranging from Google AdSense to whether or not killer robots will take over the world.
One day, to every nihilist’s joy, the Universe will come to its demise. This could happen in a multitude of ways, from a crunch, to a rip, to even a chill, which- thanks to physicists- sound like hip ways to go. Unfortunately, the obliteration of the universe involves a lot more galaxy annihilation, solar system termination, and star smothering than one would expect.