The Parkview Pantera

Sania Chandrani
Sania Chandrani finds words blissful. Her bookshelf is cluttered with tattered journals filled with poetic ramblings and drawings/doodles, well-loved books by authors Marcus Zusak and F. Scott Fitzgerald, among others, and bags of half-full art supplies.



You can tell that a school paper belongs to her if a) it’s covered in doodles, b) it’s as long as it’s allowed to be, and c) it’s written with her favorite utensil—a mechanical pencil.



Outside of school, she maintains a blog, writes for VOX Teen Communications in metro Atlanta, and hangs out with her great-grandmother.



When Sania has a moment, she tries to be alone—running (rather slowly), doing something wordy or picture-y (rather often), thinking (rather deeply), or tinkering with scraps of fabric (rather messily). When she has longer than a moment, she loves to volunteer wherever she can make people smile, read (which will inevitably last longer than it was planned to), and travel. With 10 countries and 4 languages under her belt, Sania hopes to work internationally in development, business, and journalism.



Sania believes that people are people, and people, at their core, are good. That’s why she’s working on starting her own non-profit organization, A Heart for a Heart. In keeping with this belief, her favorite quote is “The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars. We are made of starstuff" (Carl Sagan).

Sania Chandrani, Editor-in-Chief

Feb 26, 2015
Parkview High School seniors battle stringent exemption rules (Story)
Dec 09, 2014
Hidden Menus: not so secret anymore (Story)
Dec 07, 2014
Swinging for the fences (Story/Media)
Dec 07, 2014
Gifted Learning: different, not better (Story)
Dec 07, 2014
New hope for undocumented immigrants (Story)
Dec 07, 2014
Ferguson anger highlights deeper injustices (Story)
Dec 07, 2014
Students seek flexible dress code (Story)
May 07, 2014
Goodbye, high school; hello, reality (Story)
Mar 10, 2014
Coffeehouse Creativity (Story)
Mar 05, 2014
A big fat problem (Story/Media)
Mar 03, 2014
Cinderella drops her shoe at Parkview (Story/Media)
Feb 21, 2014
From fab to drab (Media)
Feb 25, 2014
The sky is falling (Story)
Feb 22, 2014
Parkview athletes prepare for their futures (Story)
Dec 06, 2013
Falling into leadership (Story)
Dec 06, 2013
Holocaust survivor visits Parkview (Story)
Oct 17, 2013
Book-based movies thrive at the Box Office (Story)
Oct 10, 2013
Quality over quantity: history education in high school (Story)
Mar 04, 2013
Book-it bucket list (Story)
Feb 14, 2013
Android: The worm in the Apple (Story)
Feb 14, 2013
History- her story, their story, our story: cultural awareness in high school (Story)
Feb 05, 2013
10 tips to reduce stress (Story)
Feb 05, 2013
‘…And that’s where babies come from’ (Story)
Feb 05, 2013
‘One day my prince will come’ (Story)
Jan 31, 2013
Parkview displays fine arts (Story)
Jan 31, 2013
Cell phones: weapons or tools? (Story)
Sep 18, 2012
A day burned in American history: 9/11 (Story)
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