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Pujita Tangirala

Pujita Tangirala (’22) is the Vol. 56, Vol. 57, and Vol. 58 Science Editor. She was a Staff Writer for Vol. 55 and also authored a Science Column called “Out of this World” for Vol. 56.

culture.png: the effect of war on fashion

by Pujita Tangirala (’22) | April 8, 2022 Welcome to the last issue of culture.png, a column where I break down various topics in pop culture and their relevance to society today. Whether or not we are aware of it, clothing created for military purposes has trickled into street fashion. Furthermore, the cultural exchange and…

culture.png: the future of fashion & technology

by Pujita Tangirala (’22) | March 21, 2022 Welcome back to culture.png, a column where I will break down various topics in pop culture and their relevance to society today. A runway show that recently caught my eye was Balenciaga Winter 22; when I saw its intriguing title “360°” and its artificial snow storm trapped…

culture.png: science in the shape of art

by Pujita Tangirala (’22) | February 14, 2022 Welcome back to culture.png, a column where I will break down various topics in pop culture and their relevance to society today. With recent public interest in combining STEM with art, organic design is slowly reaching the mainstream. By pulling inspiration from nature, organic design breaks patterns of modernism…

culture.png: rearranging the puzzle pieces, from past to present to future

by Pujita Tangirala (’22)|November 19, 2021 Welcome back to culture.png— a column where I break down various topics in pop culture and their relevance to society today. One of my favorite songs this month has been “Droppin Jewels” off Young Thug’s new album, Punk. But what’s a good album without a great album cover? The…

culture.png: the different expressions of fashion

by Pujita Tangirala (’22) | October 11, 2021 Welcome to Culture.png— a column where I will break down various topics in pop culture and their relevance to society today. A particular topic I have been lately fascinated by is modern fashion: my favorite designers are currently Ava Nirui (Heaven by Marc Jacobs), Dingyun Zhang (Yeezy),…

Behind the scenes with Winter Guard

by Pujita Tangirala | April 6, 2020 When the school decided to close campus, almost every student lost out on something close to their heart. I decided to ask a few members of Winter Guard, one of the newest teams on campus, how this school closure affected their season. “I was in the car with…

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