Lula Banker

Class of 2017


  • Beck, Sam Smith win big at Grammys

    The words “Imma let you finish” are four that the illustrious Kanye West has yet to live down. At this year’s Grammy Awards on Feb. 8, West imitated his famous stage-jumping stunt from the Video Music Awards (VMAs) five years ago, eliciting a widely varying and entertaining response from the celebrity audience. As a reminder, the VMA incident in 2009 occurred when West hopped up on stage next to T...

    Pillbox | February 16, 2015
  • Calendar

    Tuesday 2.10.15

    MAM Speakers Series presents Lynne Conner. Hamburg Hall 1001. 12 p.m.
    Lynne Conner offers material from her new book: Audience Engagement and the Role of Arts Talk in the Digital Era, and discusses the importance of dialogue surrounding the arts in society.

    Pillbox | February 9, 2015
  • A Blackout you'll actually remember

    Outside The Frame Gallery on Friday night, blue and red lights flashed like police sirens from a front window onto the corner of Margaret Morrison Street and Forbes Avenue, where people rushing to get out of the cold were illuminated momentarily. Black screens covered the windows of the gallery, preventing onlookers from seeing inside. The title of the show, Blackout, a dramatic concept, emphasi...

    Pillbox | February 2, 2015
  • Phosphorescent Blues confuses fans

    Childhood mandolin prodigy Chris Thile continues to wow listeners with his virtuosity at age 33. Thile made a name for himself with the progressive acoustic band Nickel Creek in 1989, and since their dissolution has become a popular collaborator due to his undeniable talent and genre crossover ability. In 2006, Chris Thile formed The Punch Brothers, then called How to Grow a Band, and cut their fi...

    Pillbox | February 2, 2015
  • School of Music's Il mondo della luna charms audiences

    This past weekend, students from the School of Music put on a sparkling and hysterical performance of Joseph Haydn’s opera Il mondo della luna. The libretto of the classical opera was written by Carlo Goldoni. The production, which featured the vocal and dramatic talents of Carnegie Mellon vocal performance students, was a ridiculous and enjoyable tale of trickery led by the character of Eccliti...

    Pillbox | January 26, 2015

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