The bell rang, as people hurried out of their classrooms on Tuesday evening. Students flocked to the AB5 foyer. Those who had never experienced Blindfolded Conversations wondered what was in store for them. As the curious crowd steadily grew, the Psych Club crew along with the MILAP organisers, prepared to … Continue Reading
Jag ki jo sunta jaega, vo mu ke bal gir jaega. Jag ki nazron se tu na dekh, tu dekh dekh aaina dekh!”
The Aaina Dramatics club of Manipal has once again outdone themselves and proved their merit to the college. For their first production of the new academic year, … Continue Reading
“Travelling leaves you speechless, and then turns you into a story teller.”
On the 8th of May, I began on a journey with 33 strangers. Some were faces I’d seen on campus while I walked my way to class or KC, and others were smiles I had never seen … Continue Reading
Picture this – you’re curled up under your blanket with your favourite Dickens book and a mug of hot chocolate, it’s raining outside, and soon you find yourself in 19th century London, in the best and worst of times.
Other than providing this service of teleportation, fiction books are … Continue Reading
The walls of the Gangubai Hangal Auditorium were filled with a multitude of applause following the two centre stage performances by Manipal Institute of Communication’s theatre and dramatics club, Kalamanch, in their grandest production for this semester.
The first performance was an adaptation of the legendary Marathi playwright Vijay … Continue Reading
The filmmaking club of MIT known as ‘Behind The Scenes’ held a screening for their short film, White Noise, on the 6th of April. The entire room was filled with chatter as they waited in anticipation for the film to begin. It opened with the classic Casablanca quote … Continue Reading
Theatre as a form of expression has been ubiquitous to all languages and cultures around the world. It is highly revered among performing arts and thereby demands a superior set of skills, dedication, and devotion. Manipal Centre for Humanities has been a pioneer in producing and promoting this art form … Continue Reading
‘Harvest’, a celebrated play by Manjula Padmanabhan, directed by Nidhi Panicker, was brought to life by the MCH Theatre Club on 29th March 2019. The much-anticipated drama-comedy-sci-fi piece took shape in the Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium in the Manipal Centre for Humanities and invited an excited audience. By six in … Continue Reading
As the title and poster might suggest, the play ‘Bade Miyaan Deewaane’ is set in retro Bollywood style. It is light-hearted comedy enriched with subtle humour, satire, and the occasional Urdu ‘Shayari’. Being the main production of this semester, the Aaina Dramatics club made sure that the play successfully captured … Continue Reading