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Student joins new website for college women
Set to debut on Sept. 18, HerCampus.com is an online magazine for female college students run by Harvard undergraduates, and senior English major and editor-in-chief of Carnegie Mellon’s first music magazine, The Cut, Elyssa Goodman, has been accepted as a writer and contributor to the magazine. Goodman says she is very excited to be “writing articles that appeal...Pillbox | September 14, 2009
Pottery, paintings, and photographs galore
It was an absolutely picturesque afternoon as couples and families strolled up and down Walnut Street admiring all the work at the art festival this past weekend.
Booths lined the center of the street, and food vendors selling sausages and freshly squeezed lemonade punctuated each block. Musicians also performed, playing pianos and steel pans, singing and selling CDs of their songs.Pillbox | August 31, 2009
Informative art: ideas to improve quality of life
The new exhibit at the Miller Gallery, 29 Chains to the Moon, curated by Andrea Grover, is a bit surreal, but very interesting. Its name comes from R. Buckminster Fuller’s book Nine Chains to the Moon, which is, as stated by the Miller Gallery website, based on “his radical proposal for imp...Pillbox | August 31, 2009
Hip-hop is ‘reborn’ in Rangos
While warming up, the mood was mellow. The band was jamming as the lights and sound swirled around. Last Thursday in Rangos Hall, the Activities Board and Uplift Promotions partnered with the Arts Greenhouse to sponsor a fundraising concert called “Rebirth.” The Arts Greenhouse is an outreach program run through the Center for the Arts in Society (CAS) at Carnegie Mellon.Pillbox | April 27, 2009
Itkowitz, Godbole look back on year of service
The administration of Jared Itkowitz and Pooja Godbole has come to an end as they pass the torch of student leadership and service on to Rotimi Abimbola and Adam Klein.
When Itkowitz and Godbole reflect on their tenure, there are many accomplishments to highlight.
“We ran on the platform of programs to unite our campus,” Itkowitz said.News | April 27, 2009