Aditya Prakash

Twelve years ago, nearly everyone had a portable gaming console, whether a Nintendo DS or a PlayStation Portable (PSP). Now, the ubiquity of the smartphone has reduced the demand for dedicated consoles for on-the-go gaming since it is more convenient ...

The Emory population is spoiled for choice when it comes to pizza places. Blaze Pizza on North Decatur Road offers affordable, made-to-order pizzas within walking distance. Antico Pizza is a justifiably more upscale, award-winning pizzeria that happens to be nearby ...

While I have always appreciated what a cold sandwich stands for, a week ago I would have told you that cold sandwiches are inherently not good. Melted cheese provides a necessary gooey element to most sandwiches, balancing the crispiness of ...

When Freebird Games released “To the Moon” in 2011 — a plot-driven, point-and-click adventure game — it was the beginning of an indie renaissance. Its touching story about a dying man’s regrets and its intelligent dialogue made the simple 16-bit graphics ...

Neatly arranged stainless steel tables reflected the bright glare of the industrial white lights and there’s a pot of tomato sauce simmering on the stove. On the tables, uniformly chopped vegetables lay drizzled with olive oil and salt, ready to ...

Though the average Mexican chain tries its best to seem genuine with “authentic flavors,” Taco Bell seizes its bastardized cuisine with pride. Whereas Chipotle justifies the likes of its grainy, bitter queso on account that it upholds an authentic flavor ...

Whether you were glued to your PC playing “Playerunknown’s Battleground” or sitting on the C-Route shuttle immersed in “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe,” 2017 produced myriad hit games. The Nintendo Switch was without question one of their best ideas in years, ...

The holiday season: a time for turkey and ham, a time for gifts and giving and exams. While things may be busy on the academic front, the end of the Fall semester marks the beginning of a few too many ...

Whatever genre people choose to listen to while studying — be it Mozart or Mongolian throat singing — some college students depend on music to be productive. To capture the diversity of musical interests of the studying population and pick out ...