Izzy Sio Pillbox Editor

Class of 2020

Articles

  • Advice for Awkward People

    Dear Izzy,

    Pillbox | February 5, 2018
  • Love's Labors Won

    Love’s Labor’s Won started out the lost and rare sequel to Shakespeare’s comedic play Love’s Labor’s Lost, which tells the misadventures of four young noblemen who fall in love with four young noblewomen, and ends in the death of the King of France. In Scott Kaiser’s adaptation of this lost play, Kaiser decomposes Shakespeare’s fantastical romances into an organic yet still fantastical take on...

    Pillbox | December 4, 2017
  • Anna Akana

    List off as many Asian-American stars in Hollywood as you can. Most likely, you won’t use all ten of your fingers. You might not even use five. This is how YouTuber, actress, filmmaker, and owner of six cats Anna Akana started her lecture, sponsored by the Pitt Asian Students Alliance, on Asians in the entertainment industry, which took place at University of Pittsburgh’s William Pitt Union Friday...

    Pillbox | November 13, 2017
  • Thor: Ragnarok

    In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is a highly important event that essentially results in the end of the world as we know it. There are countless natural disasters, there is a huge battle that results in the death of some beloved Norse gods, and it is ultimately inevitable. However, afterward the world is born anew and recreated.

    Pillbox | November 6, 2017
  • Coping with the Weinstein Scandal

    Picture yourself during Orientation Week. It is what I like to call Community Standards Day. You learn a lot of heavy information compared to the thrills and fun of Playfair and House Block Parties. You learn about setting standard in your respective housing communities and making healthy choices in terms of alcohol and mental health. You also probably watched a video about how sexual consent is a...

    Pillbox | October 16, 2017

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