The 3%: An Unforeseeable Future

It was time to introduce 3-year old Jackson to a Campbell family tradition. Nicolas readied the fishing equipment and took the family to the banks of the River Potomac. Megan and Jackson got onto the fishing boat and set off. After spending an entire afternoon on the river, Nicolas reeled in a large black bass.... Continue Reading →

A Few Inconveniences of the Manipal Life

Manipal has given us all some incredible memories. Student-life here is simply unparalleled. That said, things don't always make sense in this little town. Every once in a while something or the other is bound to get to your nerves. So here are a bunch of things that might make you feel better about staying... Continue Reading →

Manipal: A World Apart

As Manipal experiences its third day in Qainaat, we, at MTTN, could not help but wonder-- what does make our world apart? We went around, asking students (in an admittedly awkward manner) what they would change to make this world their own 'world apart'. The answers we got are certainly worthy of being sent in... Continue Reading →

COPPA—Its Actions and Implications

The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act or COPPA is a US Federal law that deals with the privacy of internet users in the US. It was enacted on 21 October 1998 and was made effective from 21 April 2000. The act imposes specific requirements on operators of websites and online services directed to protect children... Continue Reading →

Déjà Vu

Déjà vu is a French phrase that translates to 'already seen'. Déjà vu is a phenomenon you might have experienced, a feeling of familiarity with the situation you may be in, despite never having experienced it before. In this article, we explore the science behind déjà vu and alternate theories that may explain its occurrence. What... Continue Reading →

The Mandela Effect

The wind blew cold, pricking and biting at his skin as it brushed past his cheek. The trails of his trenchcoat flew as if trying to run away. The tracks creaked under the weight of the trains. It was a normal Monday morning- as normal as any other day could be. People rushed past, children... Continue Reading →

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