Anna Walsh Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • Best hot dogs in Pittsburgh

    Hot dogs: The food of choice for baseball games, backyard barbecues, and drunk college meals across America. One bite into a tasty hot dog recalls memories of home and comfort away from angry professors and annoying obligations. Such comforts are not readily available through on-campus dining — and even when they are, they leave one feeling empty in both wallet and stomach. Here we lay out a numbe...

    Pillbox | October 1, 2012
  • Perks brings adolescent stories back to life

    While it has become common practice for books to be adapted into films, fans of the books are rarely happy about some aspect of the resulting movie, whether it’s a casting decision, a change in the plot, or an omitted scene. However, fans of Stephen Chbosky’s book, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, will find little to complain about in the film adaptation.

    Pillbox | October 1, 2012
  • PSO pulls out all the stops for Carnegie Mellon

    The line to pick up will-call tickets at the venue was out the door and around the corner, and the line of people hoping to buy last-minute tickets was even longer — even with 10 minutes left before the concert was going to start.

    Pillbox | September 24, 2012
  • Court transcripts come to life in 8

    Sometimes, fact is truly stranger than fiction.

    Case in point: In 8, defense attorney Charles Cooper stutteringly argues to Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker that he doesn’t need evidence to prove his case. It’s absurd to the point of disbelief, but the most shocking part is that it actually happened — in the most talked-about court case of 2010, no less.

    Pillbox | September 17, 2012
  • An interview with Rory O'Malley

    First, I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about your time at Carnegie Mellon and your experiences with the drama department, and how that shaped your career.

    Pillbox | September 17, 2012

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