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 →

Mumble Rap : A Sign Of The Times

  Evolution works in mysterious ways. In the case of MCing, or more popularly known as rapping, it did not take place 3.8 billion years ago. The process just started back in the 1970s, when the word rapping essentially meant the attempt to convey something to the people. Mostly it was the propagation of an... Continue Reading →

Autumn

The lonely sound of the leaves rustlingin the slow breezebefore they’re a carpetof auburn, gold, and dirtfills the air,as the spry streetrests for the night. This fiery road of flammable sheetswhere laughter resounds and hearts beat,echoes in the heatof nine thousand soulswalking to and fro nine thousand times. Troubled eyes,mirthful smiles alikeamble down this roadin... Continue Reading →

Reminiscing Greatness: Catching Up with The Startups

63 kilometers away from the quaint town of Mangalore on the western coast of India, there was an unassuming little village, administered under the Udupi City Municipality. This small village barely even existed 60 years ago, but under the guidance of a strong visionary, the two founding institutions—Kasturba Medical College and Manipal Institute of Technology—evolved... Continue Reading →

Breaking Habits

I am no expert in the field of human psychology, and this article doesn’t aim to be a guide, 'How to Break Your Bad Habits’. It is a compilation of the various bad habits I have picked up over the years and my attempts to break out of them. Time and again, I’ve had to... Continue Reading →

Festival Of Ideas

The Editorial Board of KMC organized Festival of Ideas from August 30th to September 2nd. Festival of Ideas was centered around the idea that art, music, literature and theatre play a paramount part in defining who we are. With a myriad of colorful craft papers and more than eager hands, the TMA Pai Hall 2... Continue Reading →

Lessons from a Zero

  The professor is droning on about a certain Kirchhoff’s Law. Unnecessary explanations of an elementary theorem; the algebraic sum of all the voltages within a loop must be equal to zero. I can relate to that number a lot. It has been the only constant throughout my life. For me, it’s more like the mailbox... Continue Reading →

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