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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...

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...

Students take historic step to embrace LGBTQ+ community in Manipal

Manipal: In an unprecedented step to help mitigate and secure the inhibitions of the LGBTQ+* community in Manipal, Article 19, School of Communication’s (SOC) media fest organised the town’s first ever Pride Support Ally March on Sunday. Carrying the characteristic rainbow flag, around fifty students set a carnival-like mood...

Our queer coverage of LGBTQ+ stories

For Indians who belong to sexual minority groups, like lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender people, intersex people, asexual people and several other queer groups with their own gender identities and sexual inclinations – society is slowly opening their doors to them in acceptance. There have been many pitfalls,  with...

Record crowd at Unplugged 2016

Manipal: Unplugged 2016, a night of music, was organised as a pre-event to Article 19, School of Communication’s annual fest, at the TMA Pai Amphitheater on October 26. It attracted a crowd of 400, the highest in the event’s history. Artists, from across Manipal University displayed...

HNLU bags top prizes at PRO.VERB 16

Manipal: The second edition of ‘M. V. Kamath Memorial National Parliamentary Debate Tournament: PRO.VERB 2016’ was held on September 16, 17 and 18 at School of Communication (SOC). Hidayatullah National Law University (HNLU), Raipur, and Christ University Law, Bangalore, bagged the first and second position...

SOC turns to Digital Exams

Examination tablets were introduced at School of Communication, Manipal University, replacing years of practice of writing exams on paper. The first year students wrote their sessionals using custom-made tablets. The exam pads have a special surface which provides writing experience similar to writing on paper. The...

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