Shalvi Shah

Copy Chief | Shalvi Shah is a College senior from Ahmedabad, India. She's a Creative Writing major with an unofficial double minor in Marketing and Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies. She loves to fundraise for causes in the same regions. In her free time, she likes to work on her book and try new vegetarian food and wine. Her taste in music is eclectic and she's obsessed with traveling.

Senior Reflections: 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 become Copy Chief for the Wheel. It's quite an unassuming, silent title that is only [...]

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Matthew Brown’s ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’ is Limitless

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 the first Indian Fellow at University of Cambridge. He developed theories and formulae that continue [...]

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An Emory Experience in Italy

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 that will define your ideologies and academic inclinations for years to come. Some programs, however, [...]

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‘Mockingjay Part 2’ Burns Out

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 Hunger Games trilogy of novels, upon which the films are based. The resonating power of [...]

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