Aditya Prakash

On one hand, Bhojanic served mediocre Indian food that put shame to the glorious cuisine of my motherland — its dishes lacked the defining euphonic multiplicity of ingredients and spices. On the other hand, Cox’s sole Indian dining option provided ...

You might be able to beat the heat, but you won’t be able to defeat the sweet beats we’re laying at your feet. That’s right — the associate editors, associated after a sonic summer apart, are back to blow your ...

Professor of Pedagogy in Economics Shomu Banerjee sat on his office chair, a bag of ice in his hand. He injured his knee running after the bus that morning and winced in pain as he approached me to shake my ...

At karaoke night, a supportive group of friends can pretend to love your mediocre cover of George Ezra’s “Budapest” because they aren’t comparing you to a professional. In the field of comedy, though, the expectations are a lot higher. Even ...

You are sitting in a lecture hall at 11:49 a.m. having forgone breakfast yet again to make it to class on time. In these last few minutes of class, fatigue and hunger hit you like a truck, and the lecture ...

“Chrono Trigger” is one of the best games ever made. Though one could pose an argument that “Final Fantasy VI” offers more to the Japanese Role-Playing Game (JRPG) genre, I refuse to acknowledge any other JRPG as better. Look at ...

If the word vegan precedes a dish, chances are it tastes like cardboard. Generally sporting an sickly pink color and a crumbly texture, vegan meat alternatives often have more of a place in a biohazard waste bin than on a ...

When I first visited the United States six years ago, I had a hard time finding vegetarian food. The average American eatery did not cater to my meatless diet, leading to disappointing meals of plain cheese quesadillas and bland cheese ...

Opting for Meal Plan B was the end of my reliance on a single cafeteria at Emory. I initially basked in the honeymoon period, enjoying my capacity to have udon for lunch and tacos for dinner, but unfortunately, that imagining ...