Tag Archives: india

Threats of literature

Mina Shah

However, trying to censor the work of authors and artists is shortsighted and ineffective. The act of censoring in and of itself garners press around the author and her work, and so it is likely that... Read More »

Animating AIDS

Priya Sorcar, a Stanford grad, is the founder of TeachAIDS, an organization aimed at creating animations to educate individuals across the world about AIDS. Here, she is photographed with a computer screen featuring one of the educational animations. (GLENN ASAKAWA/University of Colorado)

TeachAIDS, founded by a Stanford alumnus, aims to educate the world about AIDS prevention.   “They say when you find work that you love, you never work a day in your life. That’s what it’s... Read More »

A Taste of India

  I was in India over the break traveling with friends and visiting family who live there (I went to Delhi, Agra, Kolkata and Pune). I made a few videos to share a glimpse of India with Daily... Read More »