Kaitlyn Ho

Class of 2023


  • Black Culture & Fine Arts

    On Friday night, students walking through the Cohon Center were immediately struck with vibrant live jazz music and posters of significant pieces of art by African and African-American artists. While Arnelle Etienne, a research associate in electrical and computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, was gracefully singing, members of SPIRIT were hanging up posters that showcased noteworthy ...

    Pillbox | March 2, 2020
  • To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You

    After the release of the first movie, fans called for another cheesy teen romance, and the creative producers of this movie definitely delivered. But instead of leaving you with a warm feeling of hope and love, this movie somehow manages to inspire frustration and incite annoyance.

    Pillbox | February 24, 2020
  • Thrift the Fit: places to go thrifting close to campus

    With constant streams of snowflakes, frigid gusts of winds, and winter in full swing, many students have begun bundling up. But staying warm comes at a price, and for some Carnegie Mellon students, shopping at high-end retail stores for winter clothes is unaffordable.

    Pillbox | January 27, 2020