Marika Yang Publisher

Class of 2020

Articles

  • Booth on Midway

    Bright lights shine from the looming Ferris wheel, and small cars spin around in circles, kids screaming in delight. Large white tents of alumni activities dot the green next to enclosures of games typical at state fairs, rife with enticing displays of stuffed animals. The place smells of greasy food, and massive balls of blue and pink cotton candy call to people walking past the windows.

    Pillbox | April 15, 2019
  • Penalty Shouts: NBA Playoffs

    The NBA playoffs are here, and nobody should be excited. Seriously. We all know what’s going to happen. The Golden State Warriors are going to go for their third straight ring in a row, and they will get it. Maybe it’ll be more than four games, which happened last year, but in the end, no one can stop them.

    Sports | April 15, 2019
  • Marika's Menu - Roasted chicken, Brussels sprouts, and potatoes

    When you’re a college student, sometimes cooking gets boiled down to what’s cheap or what’s easy, and most of the time, both. That’s how I usually end up planning my meals when I'm at the grocery store, but that doesn’t mean the cheap and quick food you make has to taste bad, or even average. It should taste good!

    Pillbox | April 8, 2019
  • SPIRIT Fashion Show: Apollo

    Blood red gowns, gauzy drape tunics, and patched letterman jackets were just three of the many different pieces gracing the runway at the SPIRIT Fashion Show on Saturday evening. Some lines played with color, others with fabric combinations, and some with choreographed presentations, but all represented this year’s theme, Apollo, named for the god of light and knowledge from Greek mythology, who h...

    Pillbox | April 8, 2019
  • CMU Badminton Club

    When first-year business administration major Angela Wu arrived at Carnegie Mellon University last fall, she knew she wanted to join the badminton team. After spending her four years of high school on the badminton team, and her senior year as co-captain, Wu wanted to continue that experience in college.

    Sports | April 8, 2019

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