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
The pandemic, along with all its other peculiarities, has left us all with some emptiness. From the freshers to the seniors, we’ve all missed out on a share of experiences. Encompassing the situation, we bring to you an exchange of letters between a fresher and a senior.
Dear Aakanksha,… Continue Reading
The phrase “pop culture” is definitely a conversation starter, and granted, though pop culture hasn’t helped cure cancer, overthrow fascist governments or advance science (though Brian May’s guitar solo in Bohemian Rhapsody is positively life-altering), you cannot have a conversation about the human experience without pop culture. In many ways, … Continue Reading
My day started per usual, with me waking up at 6 AM. I like to revisit my notes every morning, it keeps me on top of my subjects. Revels starts today, and I know that only because my roommate won’t shut up about it. Revels this, Revels that, … Continue Reading
A world apart.
We all have very different personalities and react to situations in a variety of ways. These differences make us lead distinct lives— which feels like worlds apart. It is not distance but the habitual or mental differences that create barriers and make one society foreign to the … 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
Everything was quiet. Sweat trickled down his forehead. The situation was very intense. Every little noise was a distraction. Focus was the key here. There was only a week left for Peter’s exams and, between patrolling Queens and proving that he wasn’t a bad guy, he’d barely had time … Continue Reading
College life in Manipal is a whirlwind. From the first sleepy day of each semester to the last wild celebration post the last exam, the town sucks you into its vibrance and spits your dazed self out at the end with a lost sense of time, but a bunch of … Continue Reading