“As the terms passed by, I was taken out of the shed less and less often. At first, my owner began to walk to class, then to Gurunath and then, horror of horrors, began to take the bus!”
“While we take food from rooms, shops and from those who flaunt it on the roads, the trees remain my favourite source for food and space for dining. Peaceful, spacious and far from the reach of those bespectacled creatures, joy lies in munching on leaves and washing it down with Kaapi Nirvana.”
The one vantage point for all the voracious hoggers is the Campus Cafe. This always abuzz food joint has an aura to it. Not to forget the increase in popularity it received after its recent shift to the new, more spacious location. For a lot of us, Campus Cafe is still a remarkable place to have a break in between the tedious lecture hours (sometimes, during).
The one thing that makes this humble place close to our heart is, we realized, the people and the staff.
“In this first article in T5E’s gender series, we break down our survey of 815 students and expose serious deficiencies in our understanding of sexual crimes on campus as well as the institute’s mechanisms for addressing them. In all, we received responses from 815 students.”
The resilience of insti and its people when up against the floods of 2015 is a well known fact. While the considerably destructive cyclone
With a silver in 100m and victory in 14 out of 17 matches across six sports today, Madras is definitely on a roll! Presenting
The cyclone Vardah had struck and it had certainly made its presence felt in the institute. With several of the beloved trees uprooted and things in general shaken pretty badly , it was a reportedly harrowing experience. On the brighter side, electricity is restored and normalcy is getting restored too. In this article, Paravthi puts together a lighter take on things. Which much seems to be the need of the hour.
As the cricket team readies itself for Inter IIT meet, T5E took the opportunity to interview it. Neema Davis presents excerpts from the unreserved
By Sharika Mahadevan and Neema Davis As everyone is gearing up for the long-awaited Inter-IIT sports meet at Kanpur, we had the opportunity to
Abhishek Kelkar caught up with the Institute Tennis team for the 51st Inter-IIT Sports Meet and he puts together some interesting insights from his interview with the team. Read along to know more. This is the second in the Inter-IIT series.