Abhishek Tayal

Class of 2018


  • Discover Hunt’s secret poster collection

    Carnegie Mellon, in addition to being a world leading institute of higher education, also happens to be home to one the greatest poster collections in the world. Located on the top floor of Hunt Library, the Carnegie Mellon Swiss Poster Collection includes originals of some of the most iconic and innovative graphic design work from the past 50 odd years. In total, the collection includes over 300 ...

    Pillbox | November 16, 2015
  • La Scuola Degli Amanti wows audiences

    La Scuola Degli Amanti, the Carnegie Mellon School Of Music’s latest production, is best described by the literal translation of its name — “The School of Love and Infidelity.” La Scuola is built around three operas — Cosi fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Le nozze di Figaro. All three, collaborations between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Lorenzo Da Ponte, are legendary works. Scored by Mozart at t...

    Pillbox | November 2, 2015
  • The Flash begins Season Two with a bang

    The Flash is a CW television series built around its namesake DC superhero character. Season One, which ended early this year, was a well written, briskly paced, lighthearted look at one of DC’s most entertaining characters. Unlike most superhero productions today, whether TV or film, one of the ways The Flash excelled is that it was deeply personal — there were very few over-the-top “end of t...

    Pillbox | October 12, 2015
  • Matt Damon delivers emotional performance

    For a sci-fi movie about a lone survivor on a desert planet, The Martian is a decidedly atypical movie for director Ridley Scott. One of the original sci-fi auteurs, Scott’s greatest works, such as Alien and Blade Runner are bleak, dystopian meditations on the fragility of humanity against the uncertain backdrop of the future. With The Martian, Scott swings the opposite way — this is utopi...

    Pillbox | October 5, 2015
  • Want to get off campus and relax with friends?

    When given respite from Carnegie Mellon’s typical 25-hour work day, we have a wealth of things to do in the city we study in. Pittsburgh, once dominated by dreary steel mills and heavy industry, has long moved on to establish itself as the major cultural nerve center of the region. From museums and art to sports and concerts, Pittsburgh has something for you no matter what your inclinations. Thing...

    Pillbox | August 31, 2015

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