Janvi Pamnani

Janvi Pamnani (19B, 19C) is studying Finance and Comparative Literature. Her writing interests include alumni features and campus event coverage, and she is the Chief Development Officer of the Emory Impact Investing Group and an Orientation Student Coordinator.

Fall Fashion Tackles Feminism, Fluidity

Fall in Atlanta brings leaves spilled onto streets, a dip in temperatures and an opportunity for fashionistas to experiment with new layers and textures. As Fall officially arrived this past weekend, the Wheel looked to early 2018’s fall/winter season at New York, Paris and London Fashion Weeks for stylish ways to bundle up. Both trends [...]

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Emory Prof. Calls for Bishops to Resign

In the wake of widespread allegations of sexual abuse and alleged cover-up by high-ranking Catholic officials in Pennsylvania, one Emory professor proposed for the resignation of all United States bishops, the potential effects of which could shake the church in the United States. On Aug. 14, the Pennsylvania attorney general released an 884-page grand jury [...]

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A Close Shave: Dubin on Emory Experience

Courtesy of Dollar Shave Club Michael Dubin, 2018 Commencement speaker and founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club, was once a struggling history major at Emory who threw himself into extracurriculars. He held media and marketing internships, including positions at CNN, first with Showbiz Today and later with the Students’ Bureau. After graduation, Dubin moved [...]

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‘Eighth Grade’ Director, Star Discuss Portraying Social Media

Courtesy of Linda Kallerus, A24 From working up the nerve to talk to your crush to failing to articulate your feelings, we’ve all faced the challenges of pre-adolescence. “Eighth Grade,” written and directed by comedian Bo Burnham and starring 15-year-old Elsie Fisher, portrays these hallmarks of middle school, among others. The film demonstrates how the [...]

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Friedlander Lands Laughs With Improv

The turbulent 2016 presidential election and its effects have provided comedians a wealth of inspiration for material. Judah Friedlander, best known for playing Frank Rossitano on the popular NBC sitcom “30 Rock,” drew mostly from political issues for his comedy show at Glenn Memorial Church on April 12 as part of Student Programming Council’s (SPC) [...]

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