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 other. Yet, these differences are what... 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 worthy of being sent in... Continue Reading →
At the onset of the gradual destructive forces of climate change, various groups and organizations have decided that immediate action is necessary. The correct measures to be taken must be analyzed in order to effectively tackle the issue.
What went down? At mid-afternoon of the 20th of August, the skies of São Paulo, a city 1700 miles away from the forest, randomly turned pitch-black. The sun was completely obscured by ash and smoke. As giant plumes of smoke arose from the greenery, a harsh truth slowly took shape. More than 70,000 forest fires have... Continue Reading →
The last two weeks have been monumental in changing the course of Hong Kong’s history. Millions have come out to protest against an extradition bill. This bill allows Hong Kong to detain and transfer people wanted in countries and territories with which it has no formal extradition agreements, including Taiwan and the Chinese mainland. What... Continue Reading →
Poetry is art expressed in a language. Words entwined, woven to perfection. Sometimes smooth like satin, flowing and shining and sometimes like thick wool heavy and warm. All that and so much more flowery stuff can be said about good poetry. But what is good poetry? All poetry that flows with unhesitant honesty, not even... Continue Reading →