Sanyu Kyeyune

Class of 2010

Articles

  • Lunar Gala: reduce, reuse, recycle

    Karma can take many forms. It can be a $50 bill on the sidewalk, a betrayal from a friend, a stranger’s unsolicited act of kindness, or even a thigh-skimming skirt constructed solely of balled-up bags from Target.

    Pillbox | February 18, 2008
  • Sound Tribe Sector 9

    “We went first to [Washington,] D.C., then to Baltimore, then we went to New York — we saw them twice in New York — then we went to see them in Pittsburgh on the next Tuesday, and then the next night we went to Columbus, Ohio... on a whim,” said sophomore art major Andrea Meythaler, ticking off the list of Sound Tribe Sector 9 concerts she attended over a three-week period last fall.

    Pillbox | January 21, 2008
  • Holler at your boys

    Having friends in the music business has worked to the advantage of Philadelphia-based emcees Diplo, Hollertronix, and Spank Rock. Diplo (real name Wesley Pentz), whose upbringing in Mississippi factors into his melding of dirty South and Miami bass beats with current hip-hop and rap tracks, fuses music styles from Tel Aviv to Rio into danceable mixes.

    Pillbox | August 27, 2007
  • Two cities for the summer

    Stuck at home with nothing to do and in need of a change of scenery? A road trip to either end of the conteninent could do the trick. Head to San Francisco for a sun-soaked Bohemian adventure or to Montreal for a modernized taste of Old World culture.

    San Francisco

    Pillbox | April 30, 2007
  • For the love of fun

    Andrew Wilkes-Krier is no ordinary man. Looking as if his hair has not seen a good wash in days, he sports his signature off-white jeans and a T-shirt with his name on it, fake blood seeping from the neckline. Haphazardly tattooed, dark green slits adorn his arms, and he speaks with the vocabulary of an Ivy League scholar — all the while exhibiting a refreshingly sincere interest in what other peo...

    Pillbox | April 30, 2007