Anna Walsh Contributing Editor
Performance art is on a roll
Every year at Carnival, students eagerly gather to watch Buggy pushers race to the finish line in competition for first place. Last Monday, though, a different sort of race took place — one where “buggies” thrust, bounced, and rollerbladed their way to the finish line, and everyone received a prize. Outside Doherty Hall, the second annual Anti-Gravity Downhill Derby took place, providing a quirky ...Pillbox | April 25, 2011
Pittsburgh has plenty to offer during summer
Although the fickle weather of the last couple of weeks might suggest otherwise, summer is, in fact, only a few weeks away. Most students will probably pack up all of their belongings and either put them in storage or bring them home, only to bring everything back a few months later. If you don’t have plans back in your hometown yet, consider staying in Pittsburgh for the summer.Pillbox | April 25, 2011
Script competition brings Hollywood to Pittsburgh
Between Abduction being filmed here last summer and The Dark Knight Rises coming to film this summer, it’s easy to see: Pittsburgh is becoming a movie city. Some bloggers have even started referring to Pittsburgh as the Hollywood of the East. One company, the Steeltown Entertainment Project, is doing what it can to encourage this growing cinematic reputation through its Steeltown Film Factory ...Pillbox | April 25, 2011
A Conversation with Debora Spar: Why Women Matter. Posner Hall, Rachel Mellon Walton Room. Noon.
Gelfand Student Service Awards and Reception. University Center, Rangos 3. 4:30 p.m.
University Lecture Series: Nancy Klancher. Porter Hall 100. 4:30 p.m.
TUESDAY4.26.11Pillbox | April 25, 2011
Fence damaged, vandalized; students gather in support
The Fence was subject to vandalism Wednesday night, June 22, for the second time in a year, as layers of paint were shaved off several areas. Approximately 20 students gathered at midnight Thursday night to cover up the damage by repainting the Fence.News | April 25, 2011