Monthly Archives: July 2014

A Debate

“Freedom is hammered out on the anvil of discussion, dissent, and debate.” – Hubert H. Humphrey On 28th June, a few hearts might have been broken, but doesn’t that happen every debate? Spectrum, the Social Science Association conducted a debate … Continue reading

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Leaders in the making!

The social sciences are a mutable field of study – every single moment, the matter of the subjects it comprises of change every moment, to keep pace with the ever-changing world. Spectrum – the Social Sciences Association attempts to serve … Continue reading

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A Visit to BIOCON – Report

A Worthy Day Spent at BIOCON Our feet were tickling with excitement as we entered Biocon. We were first taken to the auditorium in BIOCON research centre and an introductory session was conducted. We were familiarized with Biotechnology and the … Continue reading

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Robotics Workshop

The robotics workshop was a two-day course held on the forth and the fifth of July on Friday and Saturday respectively. On Friday, the workshop commenced at 8:5am and went on till around 2:45pm. On Saturday, the workshop started at 9:30 am … Continue reading

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Science Quiz-Mind Chow

Science is not just factual. It requires skepticism, reasoning and the curiosity to find solutions hidden by nature in the treasure chest of science. In order to discover this world of science one must know the facts of science. Therefore, … Continue reading

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A Crisis Situation!

I so often catch myself saying, “Never waste a good Crisis, always make the best of it.”  This week is all about that! This weeks colossus event for the II year students is Crisis Management, an integral part of any students … Continue reading

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Saint Thomas

Saint Thomas was one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. He is best known for doubting the resurrection of Christ. And seeing the wounded body of Jesus, he cried “My Lord my all”. He is said to have travelled outside … Continue reading

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Xited Christites!

It is a new academic year and that will mean there are going to be many firsts.  First Unit tests, first intra collegiate event. First General Assembly. The first General Assembly for the year 2014-15 was held on the 5th … Continue reading

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The First Meeting

On May 24th, CSA held its first meeting for the academic year. It was a meeting filled with new faces and old experiences. The meeting started off with the new volunteers expressing their reasons to join CSA and the old ones … Continue reading

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Current sea level rise is about 3 mm per year worldwide. According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), “this is a significantly larger rate than the sea-level rise averaged over the last several thousand years”. Between 1870 and 2004, global average … Continue reading

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