Shalvi Shah

After four years, the class of 2016 has transitioned from students, to alumni. Six graduating seniors have reflected upon their undergraduate experiences. Shalvi Shah, from Ahmedabad, India, discusses her time at Emory.  I didn’t start out at Emory aiming to ...

Inspired by the eponymous Robert Kanigel book and written and directed by Matthew Brown, The Man Who Knew Infinity is a masterpiece of cinema. The film tells the story of Srinivasa Ramanujan, a brilliant mathematician from Madras, India who was ...

In comparison to other Universities of similar caliber, Emory students have quite a prolific set of summer abroad programs to choose from. You can practically go to any part of the world besides Antarctica and still get an immersive experience ...

If you were to tell a young Wes Chatham that he would be cast in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 he probably wouldn’t believe you. Growing up in North Georgia, Chatham was kicked out of his first high school, ...

In November 2014 in Thailand, citizens protesting the military takeover that overtook the civilian government raised their hands in a silent three-fingered salute, eerily similar to the way that District residents do to show their support Katniss Everdeen in The ...

“My body. My mind. My choice.” These are the words that begin the voice-over in the latest women’s empowerment video in India — which features renowned celebrity Deepika Padukone. Needless to say, much has already been discussed about her wisdom ...

For those of you who follow the International Cricket Council (ICC) and support the Australian team, the 2015 Cricket World Cup must have been an absolute blast. Jointly hosted by New Zealand and Australia, the 11th World Cup was won ...

The book, Fifty Shades of Grey, was supposed to be a Twilight fanfic, and if that doesn’t tell you about its contents, very little else will. There is also the distinct possibility of you having seen your mom read it ...