Before I Go

I never could’ve imagined a night so long, Such chaos of buzz and flash. What deadly of a weapon a single bullet is. I say this as I see the world around me crash. To not see that my end is near would be foolish. The longer I sit in this whirl of dust, the... Continue Reading →

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To Gruber and To Snape

“Always”. Who would have imagined that one simple word could ever mean so much to millions of people all over the world? One word that would teach so many people what love is. Every single ‘witch’ and ‘wizard’ reading this will be able to understand who is being referred to here- Severus Snape. Today, 21... Continue Reading →

Parrlon 2019

After the intense competition witnessed at Pulse, the intra-college fest at the School of Allied Health Sciences, MAHE, the campus showcased Parrlon, an evening of cultural exhibitions by and for the students of SOAHS on the 2nd of February 2019 at 5:30 PM at the TMA Pai Hall. The chief guest for the event was... Continue Reading →

Where is Humanity Headed?

Most scientists and sociologists agree that where humanity is headed in the near future can be boiled down to three possibilities. The first and most desired possibility is the human race spreading outwards into space and eventually establishing a Galactic Empire. The next is that humans build right into the earth, neglecting space travel, utilising... Continue Reading →

The Cognizant Citizen: US Government Shutdown

For 35 days, one of the world’s most powerful country functioned with bare minimum administrative support. With predictions that the government shutdown might cause negative growth in the economy, it is certain to cause massive implications on foreign policy and international trade. The reason? A President, Politics and his Promise. Fiscal Policy of the US... Continue Reading →

Gearing up: The MRC interview

Get ready to put on your running shoes with the Manipal Runners Club as the Manipal Marathon for Mental Health Awareness is taking place on the 17th of February. Before the big day, Manipal The Talk Network caught up with Sriya Peri, Anish Aithal and Likhith Shivprasad to talk about the "community" of students who... Continue Reading →

Animated Movies: The Unconventional Teacher

What is childhood without cartoons? Animated representatives from all walks of life, fictional and non-fictional, have always managed to capture the interest of our growing minds. As a child, there were only a few things which could level the excitement felt for the weekend animated film on Pogo. What better treat could there be than... Continue Reading →

You Too

  Your reticence hurts my ears, but not as much as it was hurting my heart. With the silence, I know you heard it. The many shards of my heart, sharp as glass, unappealing. As each day passed by, my hands reached for the pieces. They pierced my skin, as I desperately tried to place... Continue Reading →

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