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Manipal shops locally at Namma Angadi

Namma Angadi, a three day long exhibition and sale of traditional handloom, handicraft and eco-friendly products, was held at the School of Communication campus from March 3-5. It was the 14th edition of the collaborative project between media students and local artisans from 'Namma Bhoomi' [caption id="attachment_7155" align="alignnone"...

A Handmade Experience by Namma Angadi

Experience Handmade, an initiative by Namma Angadi 2017, with the aim of rekindling traditional art was organised at the School of Communication (SOC) campus on February 18. Namma Angadi is the annual CSR event of Manipal University conducted by School of Communication to aid artisans...

Igniting a fire

The Queer & Ally Network organised their first ever event, a screening of "Fire", an Indian film about queer romance directed by Deepa Mehta, at Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) on Sunday. [caption id="attachment_6989" align="alignnone" width="5184"] The Queer & Ally Network was formed earlier this month at Manipal's...

The Local Train arrives in Manipal again

Indie rock band 'The Local Train' returned to Manipal, less than a year after performing at Revels, to perform at Nawaazish '17, a public concert organised by the Rotaract Club of Manipal. [caption id="attachment_6950" align="alignnone" width="4608"] The Local Train's popularity in Manipal skyrocketed when they performed at Revels...

Adding colour to the skies

Manipal played host to its first ever Pride Support Ally march organised by Article 19, School of Communication’s annual media fest. An eager and excited throng took the rainbow flag out on a roll through the streets of the University town, and of course no one...

Manipal throbs to DJs Zaeden and Teri Miko

Red-X, the official socio-adventure club of Manipal University, organised 'Sunburn Campus' for the second time, a year after introducing Asia's premier Electronic Dance Music (EDM) festival to Manipal. [caption id="attachment_6685" align="alignnone" width="4584"] It was the second year in a row Red-X organised 'Sunburn Campus' in Manipal to...

MAFIA hosts Jam Night at Kamath Circle

Music and Fine Arts Club (MAFIA) hosted Jam Night at Kamath Circle on January 24. It is the first event to be held at the venue after redevelopment work began to turn the location into a Student Plaza to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Manipal...

Rolling sans rock: Skating takes over Manipal

Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) played host to a skateboarding demo on the evening of January 23 behind Innovation Centre as Holystoked and The Shaka Surf Club brought the little-known sport to the streets of Manipal. [caption id="attachment_6548" align="alignnone" width="4000"] Skateboarding arrived in India over 12 years ago. India's first...

Manipal runs for child education

Atharva, T. A. Pai Management Institute’s (TAPMI) annual fest organised their annual marathon, "Run for Cause" on January 14 at KMC Greens. The proceeds of the marathon will go to Academy Primary School Medium, Manipal....

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