Anna Walsh Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • Panera Bread’s racist, sexist practices warrant boycott

    Many of you have probably gone to a Panera Bread in Pittsburgh — and why not? It has plenty of delicious and relatively inexpensive options for food. If you pay attention to the girls waiting on you at the registers, though, you might notice some trends: first, they’re all girls between the ages of 16 and 24. Second, with rare exception, they’re all white.

    Forum | December 5, 2011
  • Further student debt reform necessary

    President Barack Obama announced on Oct. 25 that, beginning Jan. 1, students would no longer be required to pay more than 10 percent of their discretionary income toward student loan debt, with remaining balances forgiven after 20 years. Considering that the amount of student loan debt has reached $950 billion, according to Bloomberg L.P., overtaking the amount of credit card debt in the country, ...

    Forum | November 21, 2011
  • Pittsburgh Symphony attempts to woo audience

    Being a romantic doesn’t just refer to how chivalrous you are on a date. Romanticism refers to a European literary, artistic, and intellectual movement from the late 18th and early 19th century celebrating nature and the sublime experience. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) paid tribute to this period with its Romantic Masters concert last Friday at Heinz Hall.

    Pillbox | November 21, 2011
  • Carnegie Mellon students open up about sex

    “Sex kills. Come to Carnegie Mellon and live forever.” It’s sold on T-shirts and repeated — usually with a self-deprecating or sarcastic tone — around campus. But is this perception of abstinence actually true?

    Pillbox | November 21, 2011
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    Pillbox | November 21, 2011

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