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Divya Nallamalli

Editor’s Note

December is the month of introspection and looking back at the, shall we say, eventful year that was 2016. No person could have predicted the roller coaster that was this year, with its ups and downs. And so, it is… Continue Reading →

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Innisfree It’s real squeeze mask – Shea Butter : My Experience

Ah stress! The constant companion of any student, which truly amplifies during the festival season. And what’s the worst part of stress? Breakouts. It’s awful having to deal with your skin lashing out on top of all the issues we… Continue Reading →

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What to Watch: Stranger Things

Anybody who has ever picked up a Stephen king novel or watched an episode of the Goosebumps series will be familiar with 80’s inspired horror that had equal amounts of spine-tingling chills and queasy gore. Stranger Things, a Netflix original… Continue Reading →

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Famous Teachers in Pop Culture

Teacher’s day is a holiday celebrated in the honour of all the teachers, instructors and disciplinarians. In India, it falls on the fifth of September. It is said that every single teacher you come across, no matter how good (or… Continue Reading →

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How to Fight the Big Green Monster – and Win!

Okay let’s have a show of hands: how many of you have already experienced the delight that is the flu this month? The constant sneezing, the blocked nose, the constant headaches, the voice change that makes you want to apologize… Continue Reading →

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Review : Flying Spaghetti Monster

“I love pizza, meaning: Even when I’m in the middle of eating pizza, I wish I were eating pizza.” ― Jandy Nelson, I’ll Give You the Sun   A lazy Saturday afternoon and a craving for good pizza led us to this Italian… Continue Reading →

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Batman vs Superman Review

(Disclaimer: This review is filled with spoilers. Don’t say I didn’t warn you) Firstly, I would like to confess that I am a huge Batman fan.  As a kid, I would watch the caped crusader punch his enemies and be… Continue Reading →

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#OscarsSoWhite

The #OscarsSoWhite hashtag has been spreading rapidly on all corners of social media – as it should. The lack of nominations for people of color in the 20 nominations for the second consecutive year has helped in the revival of… Continue Reading →

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Mad Max Review: Not for Everyone but Definitely Worth it

(Disclaimer : Review contains spoilers) Five minutes into the movie, our protagonist eats a two headed lizard, gets kidnapped by a bunch of V8-worshipping men and has a label tattooed onto his back stating his blood group. This pretty much… Continue Reading →

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A tribute to Alan Rickman-The Half-Blood Prince

I remember the very first time I saw the Sorcerer’s stone. I don’t remember when I saw it, or who I saw it with, but the one thing I do remember is the sheer joy I felt upon looking at this… Continue Reading →

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Author Spotlight : O Henry

“I’ll give you the whole secret to short story writing. Here it is. Rule 1: Write stories that please yourself. There is no Rule 2.”  ― O. Henry William Sidney Porter better known by his pen name “O Henry” was… Continue Reading →

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Halloween inspired DIY Nail Art

Halloween is coming soon and the students of KMIT are definitely excited. Since costumes need a lot of time and cost,why not save yourself the effort with Nail Art? It’s a fun and easy way to get into the spirit… Continue Reading →

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