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SOC and KMC host Blood Donation Drive 2019

MANIPAL: The students of School of Communication (SOC) collaborated with Kasturba Medical College (KMC) to organise Blood Donation Drive 2019 on March 15 at SOC. The blood donation camp is an annual event conducted by final-year Masters in Media and Communication students of SOC to create...

The art of crafting stories – panel discussion on graphic narratives

MANIPAL: Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH) hosted a panel discussion on ‘Graphic Narrative and (Auto)biography’, mainly its form and craft at the Gangubai Hangal Auditorium on February 18, 2019. The panellists were illustrators Priya Kuriyan and Dr. Nicola Streeten, and the co-founder of Studio Kokaachi, Tina...

MIT Dramatics Club Stages Classic Murder Mystery

MANIPAL: AAINA Dramatics, the theatre club of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) staged the adaptation of a gripping murder mystery play titled ‘The Mousetrap’ on November 1 at Syndicate Golden Jubilee Hall. The play was a classic English crime drama. ‘The Mousetrap’ is a play originally...

Fourth Edition of Pro.Verb Concludes with MIT’s Victory

MANIPAL: Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) carried the first prize in the fourth edition of M.V. Kamath Memorial National Debate Tournament – Pro.Verb organised at School of Communication (SOC) during September 28-30. Project Verbal, more commonly known as Pro.Verb is an annual three day British Parliamentary...