Chinasa Mbanugo

Class of 2022


  • Animal Cult / Lesser Men

    Emmett Donlon’s Animal Cult / Lesser Men explores themes of boredom and violence and where these themes intersect in everyday life, through pieces like “Jen with Bloody Nose” and “Gorbachev Kissing Honecker / Now Honecker Kissing Gorbachev / the Last Open Girls I Saw Before When I Had to Cough.” In “Jen with Bloody Nose,” a girl is centered in the painting with a mostly beige backdrop. She is we...

    Pillbox | November 18, 2019
  • Sensors at CMU: What are Kinects doing above doorways?

    For many years, Carnegie Mellon University has employed the use of sensors on campus for different reasons, ranging from sensing the emotions of passersby to gauging attention in lectures. In other cases, sensors have been used to track foot traffic in certain areas of campus.

    News | November 18, 2019
  • A Walk in the Woods in Mid October … Our Father Was A Bear in His Last Life

    The Frame Gallery opened its A Walk in the Woods in Mid October … Our Father was a Bear in his Last Life showing on Friday, Nov. 8. The gallery was filled with work by Sam, Isabel, and Matt Horgan, a family who told their story of hunting in Western Pennsylvania through a short film, sculptures, and paintings. Upon entering the gallery, I took a slip of paper from the front desk that outlined ev...

    Pillbox | November 11, 2019
  • Charlottesville Chief of Police speaks at campus Forum on Hate Crimes

    The Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted the “Forum on Hate Crimes” this past Wednesday, Oct. 30. Events were held from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., including presentations from Judy Shepard, the mother of Matthew Shepard, Cynthia Deitle, a former FBI agent and director of the Matthew Shepard Foundation. A panel titled ‘Preventing Hate Crimes and Law Enforcement’ featured Dr. RaShall Brackney, chi...

    News | November 4, 2019
  • The Frame Gallery: A Kilo of Green

    The Frame Gallery, on the corner of Margaret Morrison and Forbes Avenue, opened its Kilo of Green showing on Thursday, Oct. 31. The gallery featured artists including Paola Mathus, Miranda Miller, and Jenn Gooch.

    Pillbox | November 4, 2019

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