Chalita Maneetham Staffwriter

Class of 2011


  • Groceries around campus

    In order to stay healthy at Carnegie Mellon, students need to go beyond the food served on campus. There are a few good places near campus that, with proper planning and care, can help students take a break and enjoy some good food.

    Kohli’s Indian Imports

    Pillbox | August 23, 2010
  • Squirrel Hill offers up delectable desserts

    Squirrel Hill has always been a convenient place for Carnegie Mellon students to get food and groceries. The neighborhood is close enough to campus that the trip is within walking distance; however, it is far enough to still take students away from the university atmosphere. With various restaurants, eateries, and cafés, one should also take time to remember the various sweet dessert options in Sq...

    Pillbox | April 26, 2010
  • Carnival concession booth remains a hit

    Once upon a time, sweet dough was poured into a pan of hot oil, fried, and sprinkled with sugar on top — and dessert history was made. Ever since then, students have been drizzling batter and frying the same treats to satisfy the entire Carnegie Mellon community.

    It’s fried, it’s sweet, and it’s not even breakfast.

    Pillbox | April 19, 2010
  • Find the perfect snack at Kohli’s

    Kohli’s is an Indian grocery on South Craig Street, hidden between Union Grill and Lucca’s. Initially, my trip to Kohli’s was focused on getting a gallon of milk. Then, with milk off my list, I began to collect more groceries that I would usually get from Giant Eagle.

    Pillbox | April 5, 2010
  • La Feria puts an American spin on Peruvian cuisine

    When one goes off campus for a meal, one expects a great evening out with good food. However, going out for a meal is not just about food, it is also about having a memorable experience. Shadyside is just a short walks away from campus and has plenty of delicious restaurants to try. La Feria is located right above Pamela’s Diner, and it provides a great opportunity for a new culinary journey.

    Pillbox | February 1, 2010

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