Michelle Madlansacay Pillbox Editor

Class of 2020


  • Spark The Movement

    Having so many different challenges to face in today’s world, we as a community should take the time every now and then to reflect, to let others within and outside our community know that we are here to support and care for one another. Events like Friday’s Spark the Movement Showcase give us that kind of opportunity to reconnect and shine light on pressing issues and topics that are very rele...

    Pillbox | April 10, 2017
  • Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion

    Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion, the current fashion exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art captures themes that are very familiar to us. Throughout the city of Pittsburgh, we often encounter sights that combine technology with art. The unique culture of the city is what makes Pittsburgh one of the best places to display this Dutch designer’s collection. From the outfits with textures imita...

    Pillbox | April 3, 2017
  • Mercurio's

    It’s about that time in the semester, where the only things on people’s minds are midterms and projects. Most of us are probably spending our days in our dorms or in the library, hunched over textbooks while munching on Pop-tarts or chips. It’s important that we use the weekends (or really any free time we have), to relax, treat ourselves, and take our minds off of all the work. I mean, that is wh...

    Pillbox | February 20, 2017
  • Feminist Exhibit

    Something that makes Pittsburgh so unique is its interdisciplinary culture, with the sciences, the arts, and technology all in one place. From all the public art installations throughout the city to the self driving cars that roam the streets, these are the kinds of things that really define Pittsburgh. But the most fascinating sights are the ones that combine the very different fields of science,...

    Pillbox | February 13, 2017
  • Pastitsio

    A Friday night out with friends in the city is always a good time, especially if you decide to explore an area you’ve never visited before. My friends and I did just that when we went to the hip neighborhood of Lawrenceville, which is not too far from Downtown Pittsburgh. The place is very easy to get around, with little cafés here and there, along with a few vintage stores and cool hangout spots....

    Pillbox | February 6, 2017

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