Juan Fernandez

Class of 2012


  • Oakland Review provides opportunities for alumni

    While this past Saturday saw Tech Street empty and desolate — free of the presence of any buggies — The Oakland Review, Carnegie Mellon’s undergraduate literary journal, gathered a small but intimate crowd in the University Center for a special reading of poetry and fiction.

    Pillbox | April 18, 2011
  • A spotlight on Pittsburgh comics artist Wayne Wise

    Pittsburgh is a comics town. With three annual comic conventions — Steel City Con, PIX (Pittsburgh Indie Comics Expo), and the Pittsburgh Comic Con — six comics shops, and a whole museum dedicated to comics, Pittsburgh absolutely loves comics.

    Pillbox | April 11, 2011
  • Paperhouse

    At first glance, Yelle seems like a quaint, seemingly-vapid-yet-gorgeous-skinny-French-Euro-Electro-Pop princess that rocks the airwaves, clubs, and computer speakers on both sides of the Atlantic. If you didn’t look too hard, your cultural conditioning would have you believe that Yelle was nothing more than another young woman being foisted onto the pop music pedestal by a crew of producers and m...

    Pillbox | April 11, 2011
  • Paperhouse

    Ragtime, a polyrhythmic musical genre that enjoyed its peak from 1897 to 1918, is a forgotten genre; society’s perception of it has been muddled into a caricature of itself. This is unfortunate, because ragtime has had a large amount of influence on notable 20th-century musical styles. Edward Berlin, a ragtime scholar, states in The Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians that it was usually writt...

    Pillbox | April 4, 2011
  • Paperhouse

    Tommy Guerrero is a man I wish more people my age knew about. One month ago, he released his 10th album in 13 years, Lifeboats and Follies.

    Pillbox | March 28, 2011

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