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Palvasha Khan, Managing Editor

Palvasha Khan ’25 is a political science and history major with a concentration in global studies from Armonk, N.Y. She currently serves as the managing editor for spring ’24. Formerly, she served as the opinions executive and opinions editor.

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Twitter: @Palvasha_K

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CASO decorated Goodrich Hall with lights and lanterns for its Lunar New Year gala last Saturday. (Francis Huang/The Williams Record)

CASO welcomes in the Year of the Dragon with Lunar New Year Gala

Palvasha Khan and Olivia Jo February 14, 2024
On Saturday, Feb. 10, Goodrich Hall came alive with the glow of red lanterns as the Chinese American Student Organization (CASO) welcomed in the Year of the Dragon.
Students and alums gather to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Williams Asian and Asian American Alumni Network (Photo courtesy of WAAAAN).
Photo courtesy of Asian and Asian Alumni Network.

Students, alums gather to celebrate WAAAAN’s 30th anniversary

Inés Garcia and Palvasha Khan February 7, 2024

Students, alums, and family members gathered in Lower Manhattan on Jan. 27 to celebrate both the 30th anniversary of the Williams Asian and Asian American Alumni Network (WAAAAN) and the push for the...

Tatiana Geroulanou/The Williams Record

Davis Center complex to reopen in February following two-year renovation

Luke Chinman, Palvasha Khan, and Izzy Polanco January 24, 2024
The Davis Center is set to reopen next month, following nearly two years of expansion. The $27.5 million project included renovations to Jenness House and Rice House, as well as the construction of an additional, yet-to-be-named building to replace Hardy House and a bridge to connect the new building to Rice.
On April 16 and 17, prospective students attended an array of events hosted by affinity groups on campus. (Christopher Rodriguez/The Williams Record)

Behind the scenes of Affinity Previews

Inés Garcia and Palvasha Khan May 2, 2023
Between the notification of their acceptance and the deposit deadline, the cohort of accepted students had the chance to experience the College through Williams Previews — an annual three-day event organized by the Office of Admission where admitted students meet current students, faculty, and staff either virtually or on campus.
Students select Stressbusters snacks from the Goodrich stage. (Palvasha Khan/The Williams Record.)

Inside ACE’s weekly free-food ‘stress-busting’ event

Palvasha Khan March 14, 2023
All-Campus Entertainment (ACE) hosts the weekly Stressbusters — an event that intends, as its name suggests, to relieve students’ stress through free snacks and coffee.
Photo courtesy of Angel Santiago.

Students found PiLAS, the College’s first Latinx/e pre-professional organization

Palvasha Khan March 14, 2023
PiLAS — the newly founded Latinx/e pre-professional organization — hosted its first meeting in collaboration with Vista, the College’s Latinx and Allies student organization, on March 9 in Bascom House.
The restaurant’s pistachio danish was satisfying and delicious. (Gabe Miller/The Williams Record)

Review: Breakfast at The Break Room

Palvasha Khan and Gabe Miller February 15, 2023
Two executive editors revive the Record's food reviews starting off with a taste of The Break Room's breakfast menu.
College joins Global Student Haven Initiative to support students affected by global crises

College joins Global Student Haven Initiative to support students affected by global crises

Palvasha Khan February 14, 2023
The College has joined the Global Student Haven Initiative (GSHI), a program that seeks to pave a way for college-eligible students affected by war or other overseas crises to attend U.S. colleges and universities. Pomona College recently launched the initiative in response to the war in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
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