Lula Banker

Class of 2017


  • Exhibit at The Frame intrigues and confuses

    Walking into WELCOME TO MY FAITH IN YOU at The Frame gallery, I was first struck by a large and impressive bouquet stationed in the center. Though not technically part of the show, the flowers lend a simultaneously homey and austere first impression of the space. The exhibition, which opened Friday, is the culmination of artistic exploration by masters student in studio art Gray Swartzel. Sixteen ...

    Pillbox | March 28, 2016
  • ShondaLand rife with pain this February

    Warning: article contains spoilers

    Pillbox | February 22, 2016
  • Exhibit at Miller Gallery is intriguing

    Friday afternoon, on the way home from the last class of the week, make a stop at the Miller Gallery. The current exhibition Maximum Minimum in Unum is an eclectic collection of fascinating pieces in a wide variety of media by alumni of Carnegie Mellon. The three floors of the gallery offer compelling glimpses into the power of minimalistic art of all forms.

    Pillbox | February 1, 2016
  • Why people play Powerball despite those abysmal odds

    Winning the Powerball can drastically change a person’s life. All of that money could give a person the opportunity to buy that 1965 Ford Falcon that he’s always had his eye on. A factory worker can dream about buying a large house, getting a couple cats, and wearing a gown covered in Swarovski crystal.

    SciTech | February 1, 2016
  • Rickman and Bowie: how we remember them

    Some celebrity deaths hit you harder than others. The first Thursday of classes, the news of actor Alan Rickman’s death hit me harder than I was expecting, especially following only four days after musician and cultural icon David Bowie’s death on January 10. Both of these artists were pillars of my youth and childhood; their deaths came unexpectedly and the cold weather always sets a rather blue ...

    Pillbox | January 25, 2016

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