November 2019 -
ANITA AYSOLA: STEAM, NOT STEM. A math teacher at an Atlanta high school is also a rising musician who teaches songwriting to her students. Her "Heartbeat” anthem protests Georgia’s abortion law.
September 2019 -
Nandini Bajpai has received rave reviews for her novels, a hybrid of both desi and American experiences. She writes for young adults. Her latest novel is called "A Match Made in Mehendi."
August 2019 -
Food waste is a colossal problem, and not just in this country. We discard a third of the food grown globally—an astonishing 1.3 billion tons every year.
July 2019 -
One of the planetary perils we face today is the overuse of plastic. Atlanta-based entrepreneur Mehul Bhagat cofounded Savor to come out with spoons that you eat rather than discard.
June 2019 -
A LITERARY PRESS FOR ALL INDIANS: Two writers, on opposite sides of the world, launched Story Artisan Press to publish underrepresented voices and erase artificial barriers with their e-books.
May 2019 -
GRAPHIC NOVEL TO BE MADE INTO ANIMATED MUSICAL FEATURE FILM. Interview with Nidhi Chanani, whose magical graphic novel "Pashmina" involves a young girl’s search for her roots in India.
April 2019 -
INTERVIEW WITH MUSICIAN FALGUNI SHAH: She won acclaim in India, performed for the Obamas at the White House, was nominated for a Grammy Award, and is artist-in-residence at Carnegie Hall.
March 2019 -
Mas Subramanian, a chemistry professor at Oregon State University, developed a vibrant, nontoxic, new blue pigment called YInMn Blue, which has generated wide excitement.
February 2019 -
Nandita Godbole's "Ten Thousand Tongues" is a bittersweet story inspired by real people, about biases, discrimination, actions, perseverance, risk, success, and the importance of family and food.
September 2018 -
Suman Raghunathan, Exec. Dir. of SAALT, believes that all people, including immigrants, should be treated fairly and with dignity. She tells what we can do to help in this fraught moment.