Tanika Deuskar

Tanika Deuskar (22C) is from Bangalore, India. She intends to double major in Biology and Creative Writing. She loves jogging, listening to podcasts, and eating spicy food.

Students Far and Wide Gather for HackATL

Students participating in HackATL in the Social innovation category present to a panel of four judges on Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Goizueta Business School./Tanika Deuskar, Contributing Writer Enthusiastic but bleary-eyed student teams who had been working on developing business ideas for the annual HackATL event pitched their proposals before a panel of five judges [...]

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SGA Discusses Raising Student Activities Fee

Tanika Deuskar, Contributing Student Government Association (SGA) and Graduate Student Association (GSGA) convened Monday night for their first joint legislative session of the year to discuss chartering shuttles for students on midterm voting day and Student Programing Council (SPC) funding. The SGA Finance Committee spoke on the possibility of raising the Student Activities Fee (SAF). [...]

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Angela Davis Talks Progress in Race Relations

Activist Angela Davis speaks to a crowded Glenn Memorial Auditorium on Oct. 10./Forrest Martin, Senior Staff Political activist and author Angela Davis delivered an Oct. 10 speech titled “1968: Lessons from 50 Years of Change” tying the struggles for social justice of the past 50 years to progress and racial issues today. Davis, who was [...]

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ESNA ‘Doesn’t Feel Included’ in Club Audit Process

Emory Student Nurses Association (ESNA) Representative Laura Franco (19N) (CENTER) tells SGA that ESNA reps have been left out of the audit committee process./Khadeeja Shabbir, Contributing The 52nd legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Monday night to hear updates on the club participation audit committee, appoint a student to the University Senate [...]

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Students, Faculty Protest Kavanaugh in Women’s Rights Rally

Maya Bornstein (19C), one of the rally organizers, speaks out against Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination on Wednesday night in front of the Administration Building./Forrest Martin, Senior Staff Chants of “Human rights are women’s rights” and “We believe survivors” filled the Quadrangle on Wednesday night as about 85 Emory students and faculty members protested Judge Brett [...]

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