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C.G. Salamander discusses the relevance of comic journalism in talk

Writer and graphic novelist, C.G. Salamander conducted an interactive session on comic journalism at the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) on March 28. The talk entailed personal anecdotes and also highlighted certain aspects of the comic industry in India. Salamander believes that there are...

An Evening of Stories at Student Support Centre

A session comprising of readings of life narratives was organised by the Student Support Centre (SSC) and the Department of Student Affairs on March 24 to throw light on the topic of mental well-being and emotional wellness. In a cosy corner of the student town, the...

MCPH Theatre Club stages murder mystery

Manipal: Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) Theatre Club staged a play, ‘Tell Me the Name of the Flower’, a psychological thriller, in the Gangubai Hangal auditorium on Friday, March 23. Pivoting on a murder mystery, ‘Tell Me the Name of the Flower’ directed by...

“To Come Out or Not to Come Out?” Vasundhendra answers at MCPH

Manipal: Noted Kannada writer Vasudhendra delivered a talk on the subject, “To come or not to come out”, at Manipal College of Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH). It was organised by the Centre for Women’s studies and the Centre for Intercultural Studies and Dialogue on February...

Manipal is built on a laterite plateau: Ramit Singal

Manipal: Ramit Singal, a renowned bird watcher, naturalist, and an ex-student of Manipal Institute of Technology, discussed the characteristics of laterite soil at a gathering of students and environmental supporters at the Planetarium Complex in Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH), Manipal University on...