Economics student, writer, and a confirmed Ravenclaw, Manasa hasn't met very many books she's not willing to try. She enjoys cooking, baking, eating (notice a pattern there?) and playing the guitar.
Why do I find it so much easier to read fanfiction than new fiction?
Screen time, survival, and the need for human connection.
Or, why government offices have multiple ancient computers, each running a different version of Internet Explorer.
We’ve been living on land for thousands of years, but we never completely left the ocean.
Newton was an alchemist. Mary Poppins may have been a witch. What are scientists today?
How can water make such musical sounds? And, how does anything make sound at all?
Ordovician life, the importance of dirt, and tips for being a lazy gardener
Criminals usually pay for their misdeeds. But who is really to blame for crime?
An update from the Snipette editors.
Change is afoot, and we wanted to let you all know.
We’ve been catching it since time immemorial — so why does the cure still elude us?
This is to inform you of upcoming changes in content and scheduling.
Are we basically two people at once?
Taking a closer look at the inside cover of a book.
It’s time once again, for a new year to come round — and with it, more new things that we’re planning at Snipette!
It’s not just about turning text to thoughts: how you read, and what you read it on, can literally change your brain.
We asked you when you read Snipette. Thanks for letting us know the answer!
How Diwali celebrations make for prettier sunsets.
You can’t always trust people to pay you — but what if you could trust the money itself?
Nobody’s found signs of alien life yet. So why do they keep on looking?
You go to sleep. What happens next?
No jaywalking allowed? Actually, roads were for people. Here’s how the cars took over.
Drought, overuse, tourism, climate change? No: here, the problems are different.
We are now officially one year old!
Thought climate-change would warm the world forever? Think again.