Sarah Moss-Horwitz

Class of 2017


  • What does race mean to you?

    What does race mean to you? Is it something real, something that defines us and our biological history? Or is it a social construct, created by others to define how they see us in order to organize society into narrow structures?

    Pillbox | March 31, 2014
  • School of Drama celebrates 100 years of stage and screen magic

    There’s no business like show business, and nobody knows that better than the School of Drama. In celebration of its 100th birthday, the School of Drama threw a party for its students, alumni, and faculty to reconnect over dancing, desserts, and drinks at the Purnell Center for the Arts this Saturday following the evening showing of The Wild Party.

    Pillbox | February 24, 2014
  • Swan Lake sparks emotional connection

    This past weekend the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Orchestra, put on the classical ballet favorite Swan Lake, staged by artistic director Terrence S. Orr.

    Pillbox | February 17, 2014
  • Nationally-noted Miler Gallery curator Astria Suparak let go from Carnegie Mellon

    Just as Carnegie Mellon isn’t a typical university, over the last six years the Miller Gallery has not been an average university gallery.

    Pillbox | February 2, 2014
  • Posner exhibit explores rituals

    Rituals form the basis of human social activity. While rituals may seem like things of the past, in truth, many have simply evolved over time in changing contexts. Moreover, rituals are not just significant cultural habits; they are also inherently personal decisions. In many ways, rituals form the basis for self-created practices to deal with personal issues.

    Pillbox | January 20, 2014

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