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Rohan Parasnis

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer

Rohan Parasnis (12) is a staff writer for The Perennial, and this is his fourth year on staff. This year, Rohan is looking forward to writing for a new section: Sports. In his free time, Rohan plays the piano and composes music.

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Seniors Jake Kleiman (left) and Cole Chatterjee (right).

Seniors Take a Final Swing at Baseball

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer May 3, 2024

   The silence before the pitch, the whirl of the ball and the crack of the bat: the sounds of spring echo across the baseball diamond as the season wraps up. For the Pinewood baseball team, this season...

Members of the Pinewood swim team gather to exchange information about the success of their water-stealing business.

Pinewood’s Swim Team Is NOT a Cult

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer March 27, 2024

   The Pinewood swim team is NOT a cult.    It was just another Monday morning, but something felt a little odd. During my morning calculus class, junior Michael Bradley and senior Sean Su started...

Senior Rohan Parasnis (facing camera) joins huddle with his team.

Panthers Rely on Pinewood Community to Overcome Injuries

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer March 11, 2024

   It was a week before our football season opener. The team was as focused as ever, and with each practice that went by, we felt more and more ready to take on the season. We took our places for a...

The Pinewood girls basketball team poses for a picture in the weight room.

How Panther Athletes Train for Success

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer February 4, 2024

Winter break: a time for friends and families to come together in a time of calm sandwiched between hectic semesters. However, for student-athletes in winter sports, this pause also splits the season in...

Football seniors celebrate their special night.

Senior Night: Final Farewell to Fall Sports

Rohan Parasnis, Sports Writer November 16, 2023

   Best described as a cocktail of emotions, senior night is a moment that student-athletes both look forward to and dread. For many, this event marks a major accomplishment, as it caps off an athletic...

Margarito Revamps Sports Med Program

Margarito Revamps Sports Med Program

Rohan Parasnis and Regan Shee October 18, 2023

From taping wrists to helping players rehabilitate from serious injuries, Athletic Trainer Javier Margarito has spent his first year at Pinewood helping athletes perform at their best. In the past year,...

Solar Panels Could Come to Upper Campus

Solar Panels Could Come to Upper Campus

Rohan Parasnis, Science and Tech Writer May 2, 2023

To go to battle against a monster of its own creation, mankind has spent the last 50 years desperately searching for a sustainable energy source that can begin to combat the horrible effects of climate...

Featuring Haggai Mark.

Artificial Intelligence Takes Mr. Mark’s Job

Rohan Parasnis, Science & Tech Writer March 29, 2023

In a shocking turn of events, computer science teacher Haggai Mark has been replaced by a robot powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and has been relieved of his teaching duties. The decision was made...

Gears, math, test tubes, all the most recognizable parts of STEM.

PW Stem Curriculum Updates

Rohan Parasnis, Science & Tech Writer February 28, 2023

ChatGPT, to many, appears to mark the start of a new age of technology — one that is dominated not by humans, but by artificial intelligence. But in reality, ChatGPT is just one step on a road that mankind...

The Role of Concept Cars

The Role of Concept Cars

Rohan Parasnis, Science & Tech Writer February 1, 2023

You might not know what they are, but chances are you’ve seen them before. Whether they’ve popped up in a YouTube recommendation, or maybe an article on The Futurist, concept cars have rapidly ascended...

After Delay, NASA’s SLS Is Scheduled For Launch

After Delay, NASA’s SLS Is Scheduled For Launch

Rohan Parasnis, Science & Tech Writer November 9, 2022

After over six years of delays, NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) is scheduled to lift off in early November. When it comes to space travel, every measure of caution is a necessity. Whether it is checking...

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