Sandwich Generation

Imagine a generation of people standing in between two walls which keep closing in. Some get crushed and some survive. Nevertheless, the ones who have survived have very little life left in them. So, what exactly is “Sandwich generation?” They are a population of people and families who take care of both their parents and... Continue Reading →

Spring

I have trudged past the deliberate cold, now to venture into kingdoms of gold and purchase floral prints that our Heavenly Father reluctantly sold.and yet when I see the ashes from that bygone era portrayed as nothing but dust about to be swept away to give way for the next great inspiration,it acts as reminder... Continue Reading →

Bingeyard: Comfort on Wheels

A restaurant on wheels, with a truckload of delicious food Disclaimer: This review is sponsored by Bingeyard but in no way affects the authors’ opinions. It's almost impossible to miss this quirky blue truck. Resonating with comfort, the bright colours and the rather exciting menu set a very cozy vibe.  ‘Bingeyard’ was the brainchild of Shalini Pallikila a WGSHA... Continue Reading →

The 3rd Manipal Entrepreneurship Summit

The Manipal Entrepreneurship Summit yet again showcased an impressive line-up of individuals, each armed with their own success stories. The third edition of the summit― organized annually by Manipal Universal Technology Business Incubator (MUTBI) and the Government of Karnataka― saw the alumni of MIT, who have ventured into the big, scary world of startups and... Continue Reading →

ART CAFÉ

ArtPod is a student-run organization that intends to cherish culture and values of art. Their first initiative was the exhibition conducted in March 2018 at the Innovation Centre. It served as a platform for artists and photographers from Manipal to display their best work. This year ArtPod is back with another interesting idea of combining... Continue Reading →

Mousetrap by Aaina: Review

Anyone passing by Student Plaza in the last couple of weeks would have encountered several members of Aaina Dramatics courting them to attend its main production of this semester—‘Mousetrap’. The marketing paid off in the end and the play was performed to a sold out Syndicate Golden Jubilee Hall on the first of November 2018. A classic whodunnit written by critically... Continue Reading →

The Cognizant Citizen: The Sabarimala Verdict

A few weeks ago, the Indian Supreme Court came out with a landmark 4:1 decision. A month later we stand at a cross-road, sentiments have been hurt and political tensions are at an all time high. The Sabarimala temple is set to open it's doors to devotees again tomorrow. Here's the story of all that's happened so far

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