Amina Goheer

Name: Amina Goheer
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2008
Amina Zainab, an amazingly beast brown-dancer, can pretty much always be spotted rockin a popped collar with old-man orthopedic shoes (but only with a matching ribbon in her hair). Amina religiously follows "A Prep's Guide to Life" (a Joamina production) and hopes to one day rule the world. She likes to pretend she's smart by being the co-president of Model U.N., but she's not fooling anyone but herself. In her free time, Amina can be found eating, powwowing, and rockin out to 80s music. But mostly eating.

Stories (4)

Vending machine theft increases

By Amina Goheer | Feb. 4, 2007, midnight | In Print »

Theft from the Pepsi vending machine in the 100s hallway prompted the administration to move the machine to the third-floor teacher's lounge, according to financial secretary Donna Franklin.

Chips Trips: Christmas Edition

By Amina Goheer | Dec. 14, 2006, midnight | In Print »

While it may seem as if every other living, breathing creature on earth is celebrating Christmas, you're not. For you, December 25 is just another day on the calendar. There is no jolly big man in a red suit trying to stuff himself down your soot-coated chimney, no presents under the tree, no sumptuous ham dinner with relatives from Ohio. But don't fret — from ice skating to laser tag to helping out the needy, here are some of the best (and cheapest) things to do on Christmas Day.

Extra effort adds up

By Amina Goheer | Oct. 9, 2006, midnight | In Print »

As she reaches into the bag to pull out the next cup of ice cream, watchful eyes follow Algebra teacher Valerie Franck's every move, and eager hands grab each ice cream cup before it reaches the table. Students helps themselves to an array of toppings, from sprinkles to gummy worms, and return to their desks with both a colorful sundae and a better understanding of two-step equations.

"My Country, My Country" is the same ol' same ol'

By Amina Goheer | Sept. 6, 2006, midnight | In Print »

As elections approach in the U.S., it is worth looking around and seeing how other countries' democracies are faring. Egypt: bad. Mexico: depends on who you support. Iraq: awful, just awful. Unfortunately, "My Country, My Country" does not offer any unique explanation as to why Iraq's democratic outlook must be so dismal.