Course: Socialising 101

Course duration: Anywhere between 20 minutes – forever

Course objective: To make you adept at being able to talk about anything, from the versatility of potatoes to whether life is possible on Jupiter’s moon, Europa.


Remember how simple it was back in the day, when you … Continue Reading


“A genuine leader is not a searcher of consensus but a moulder of it.”

– Martin Luther King Jr.

The MIT Quadrangle witnessed, on the 30th of March, the opening ceremony of one of the oldest MUNs in the country – Summit Manipal. With a twilit sky and a gentle Continue Reading

The Legacy of a National Holiday

We Indians are a very “Happy-go-Lucky” people. Put some ‘ghee’ in our food, and some ginger in our tea, and we’re content. Yet, two things make almost every Indian’s blood boil. First, losing a cricket match to Pakistan, and second, when a national holiday falls on the weekend. Lucky for … Continue Reading

20 Teams, 7 Minutes, 1 Winner.

Picture this: You love your first-year section. They’re your first set of friends in MIT, and you would do anything to prove your section’s superiority over the other. Yet, when the time comes for the inter-section football and basketball tournaments, you don’t participate. Why? Because you’re so out of shape … Continue Reading

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