Twisha Dimri

Twisha Dimri (23C) is a sophomore in the college, studying Psychology and Women Gender Sexuality studies. She is originally from New Delhi, India. Apart from writing, Twisha is an actor and a member of Dooley’s Players. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing poetry and theorizing what Taylor Swift’s songs are about.

What Women’s History Month Means to Emory Professors

Eléonore Raoul became  Emory University’s first female student in 1917. Just over a century later, Emory’s student population is 60% female, with women represented in every field. As the world reflected on women’s achievements and contributions during Women’s History Month, it is important to step back and think deeply about what the  month represents and [...]

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Cooking in College: From One Amateur Chef to Another

As someone who has struggled with depression for most of my adolescence, I have a strained relationship with food. Making and eating food are two completely different activities, and I struggle with both.  Since the switch to apartment-style living on Clairmont campus, kitchen responsibilities were a daunting prospect and I was completely lost in the [...]

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Essentially Exposed: The Emory Students on the Frontlines

As businesses shut their doors and millions lost their jobs, essential workers, including grocery store employees and fast food workers, have ensured society continues moving forward.  Balancing a full course load and a part-time job is challenging in itself, but for the Emory students working on the frontlines, braving a deadly virus to put food [...]

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