All posts by "Aditya Prakash"

As a skinny little boy, I first ventured into the land of Hyrule while playing The Minish Cap. I was introduced to a simple and colorful world filled with quirky ...

“I Ubered to the airport for an hour, and it was just me and the driver,” Nathan Harper (20C) said. “I don’t think we said a word.” Harper’s experience is ...

Some deans provide academic advice, others assist with career and professional endeavors, but Emory students can now proudly say that we have been given the rather unorthodox opportunity to receive ...

Whenever a kid sells any kind of food or drink it’s probably going to taste like trash. I’ve seen my fair share of disgusting concoctions, from overly sweet lemonade to ...
The spicy and sour green mango chaat is texturally rich and moderately spicy, making the sweet thickness of the mango lassi an optimal accompaniment for the dish. | Alisha Compton/Emory Life Editor

I first encountered Chai Pani the day before my father dropped me off for international orientation. Surrounded by the colorful decor reminiscent of 1980s Mumbai and a suitable classic Bollywood ...

No matter where you are living next year, there is one feature of college life that you will not part with: living with other people. Whether it be a roommate ...

Dooley Dollars, to some an excellent way to balance out the dreariness of D.U.C. meals, but to others an accursed tool that if used inappropriately becomes the gateway to an ...

It is 3 a.m. on a Saturday night. The cool air-conditioned winds of my residence hall hit my exposed arms and legs as I walk around in my pajamas. My ...

Students may have seen people shouting in the Dobbs University Center (DUC), having heated arguments inside a quiet building or even farting in the middle of the library. It is ...