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.

ATL’s Best Choices for National Spicy Guacamole Day

Bartaco's guacamole comfortably serves two, but could be split among three if necessary. (Janvi Pamnani/Contributing Writer) First developed by the Aztecs, guacamole is an avocado-based dip beloved nationally by college students and others. With National Spicy Guacamole Day on Nov. 14, many celebrated the day by gorging on the savory dip. If you’re wondering what [...]

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Hundred Word Rant: On Duc’ling Hours

The DUC'ling serves breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and then promptly begins preparation for 11 a.m. lunch. What is a poor freshman with limited funds going to do if she has class during those hours? Perhaps 24-hour service is an unrealistic expectation, but 10:20 a.m. is a reasonable time to want food. Students [...]

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Hey There, Emory, Here’s To You: The Plain White T’s

Parth Mody / Photo Editor “Hey There Delilah,” a Britney Spears cover by The Hails and a drone made up the most interesting parts of Saturday afternoon’s concert. The Plain White T’s played on McDonough Field Oct. 21 as part of Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities for students, alumni and their families. The Hails, an [...]

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