The Soapbox provided a platform for students in MCH to express various talents. From reading poetry to soulful Sufi music, the event consisted of a varied range of performance.
The Gender Champions initiative by MAHE led students to discuss about Pre-menstrual syndrome and how many women deal with it.
The much anticipated release of the latest version of MCH's literary journal 'Chaicopy' was a truly fun event. Read this article for the link to the journal.
Desa Bhasa this semester (Aug - Nov 2019) focused on the beauty of Telugu and Kannada literature and had a number of students present various pieces.
‘Mad Metaphors and Slippery Similarities in Indian Art Theory’ was a title that had students intrigued from the get-go. Abhiram covers this excellent talk hosted by the Centre for Religious Studies, MCH.
Under the 'Swachta hi Sewa Hai' initiative, Ganesh Nayak shared interesting stories about his travel experiences and how travel without litter is possible.
The Centre for Women's Studies at MCH recently conducted a seminar on 'Gender Identities' with interesting inputs by Dr. Shilpa Phadke, Dr. Jagriti Gangopadhyay and Dr. Ketaki Chowkhani.