As the pandemic hovers again, it’s hard not to think of all the possible ways life could be different. Maybe an explosion could destroy the virus; perhaps the black hole sucks us all in and ends everything we know. Or perhaps we end up in an Alternate Universe, a little … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
The sun is shining brightly over the city, the sunlight enters your room from the crack in the window, making you get up from your slumber for the day ahead of you. Why does the sun even rise every day? Adulting is hard, and it seems like the entire world … Continue Reading
The second day of Article 19, the media fest of Manipal Institute of Communication, witnessed a talk by Karthik Srinivasan, winner of gold at Socialathon India 2015 and Emvie 2015 (Best media innovation – social media) and bronze at DMA Asia Echo Award 2015 (Interactive – Creative use of … Continue Reading
Harshveer Jain, a storyteller and a social media influencer, conducted a lecture on ‘Absurdity of Expression and self Censorship’ for the students of Manipal Institute of Communication on Day 2 of Article-19.
Following his session, MTTN had an opportunity to interview Mr Jain about his position as an influencer … Continue Reading
The Director duo, Satyanshu Singh and Devanshu Kumar graced the last day of the annual media event of Manipal Institute of Communication, Article 19 with their presence. After the screening of their film, ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’, the siblings talked about their journey, their struggles, and their experience so far and … Continue Reading
Disha Oberoi, commonly known as RJ Disha, is a radio jockey based in Bangalore’s Red FM 93.5. She wakes up the city of Bangalore with her show ‘Morning No. 1 with Disha’ and has won the “New York Film Festival’s World’s Best Radio Programs Awards” for it in different … Continue Reading
It’s back. Every year, same drama. These kids put up banners and tents, and pretend to care about me. But I see through it all. It’s just a matter of four days, before I am alone again, naturally.
There was once a time, however, where I had hope. They built … Continue Reading
The antidote to a dreary September comes in the form of Keli, the annual cultural fest conducted by the KMC Malayalee Student Association.
Keli takes the meaning of its name (‘keli’ means frolic) quite literally, managing to pack dance, fashion, music and food all in just a single day. Started … Continue Reading