Sarah Mogin

Class of 2009


  • Successful experiments

    Last weekend was an especially experimental time for the University of Pittsburgh’s Repertory Theatre, which performed two one-act lab shows before audiences in the Cathedral of Learning. Up first was The Truth Teller, a play written by Diana Glancy and directed by Pitt senior Joseph J. Jackson, followed by the controversial Phaedra’s Love, written by Sarah Kane and directed by senior Andrew M...

    Pillbox | February 4, 2008
  • SciTech Briefs

    Microsoft bids on Yahoo

    Silicon Valley has been abuzz since Friday when technology powerhouse Microsoft offered to buy out search engine Yahoo Inc. in what experts are saying would be a “shotgun marriage.” The leaders of Yahoo are taking some time to consider Microsoft’s bid, which came to nearly $42 billion.

    SciTech | February 4, 2008
  • Spoiler alert: Lost returns for its fourth season

    Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. That seems to be the motto for the characters of ABC’s mystery/drama Lost, whose lives are as traumatic on the island as when they were off it — and as they will be once a select few make it back to the mainland.

    Pillbox | February 4, 2008
  • From burritos to margaritas

    For all those fans of Si Señor, be informed: There is another alliterative Tex-Mex joint in town. I am writing, of course, of Mad Mex, a bar and restaurant chain most conveniently located on Atwood St. in South Oakland.

    Pillbox | January 28, 2008
  • Sex for attention: The lasting effects of “Never Have I Ever”

    When I was 15, I decided on a whim to go to an all-girls sleepaway camp in the Adirondacks. Though open to young ladies from all over the country, the vast majority of campers came from New York and Connecticut, with a smattering of Jersey girls to boot.

    Now I’ve never studied abroad in any European hostel — but trust me — I know a culture shock when I see one.

    Forum | January 28, 2008