Marika Yang Contributing Editor

Class of 2020


  • 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
  • Captain Marvel review

    In 11 years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has become more than just a series of films — it’s a brand, a culture, a movement, and a trailblazing force within the entertainment industry. It has transformed the careers of downtrodden has-beens or turned unknowns into international superstars. It instigated all of the many attempted cinematic universes, from the moderately successful DC Extende...

    Pillbox | April 1, 2019
  • International Film Fest begins at CMU with theme of "Faces of WO/MEN"

    Every spring, the Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival brings new films from around the world to Pittsburgh, creating a space for everyone — whether they are film aficionados or students simply walking past an event at McConomy Auditorium — to come and enjoy international films with different perspectives and participate in meaningful discussion.

    News | March 25, 2019
  • Border (Gräns) Review

    On rare occasions, you watch a film that is so unique and different from everything else you’ve seen, that even if you don’t know what to think, it sticks with you, festering in your brain, settling somewhere between understanding and curiosity.

    Pillbox | March 25, 2019
  • Harper and Machado sign huge contracts

    On Thursday, the baseball world finally let out a sigh of relief. With MLB spring training already underway, Bryce Harper finally, finally got off the market and signed a 13-year, $330 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, setting the record for the largest contract in baseball history, and the second largest in the history of sports.

    Sports | March 4, 2019

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