Anna Cappella

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  • Anna's Review of 'Carrie'

    As a perpetual optimist and someone who has either been in or seen nearly every Scotch’n’Soda production in the last two-and-a-half years, I feel very qualified in saying that “Carrie,” Scotch’s October musical, was the best production I’ve seen from Scotch (with “Clue” coming in as a close second). Never in my life have I had chills for such an extended period of time as I did between the first a...

    Pillbox | November 6, 2023
  • Sound baths: woo woo magic or the real deal?

    If you hear the phrase “sound bath” without knowing what one is, you might picture something involving water or floating. You might think people are using sounds to evoke some kind of reaction. You would be partially right, though in reality, the experience of a sound bath is completely dry. A sound bath is a type of meditative practice in which a trained performer (or performers) plays a series o...

    SciTech | November 6, 2023
  • What decides Entropy+ pricing?

    The Tartan caught up with Mike Tokarek and Maggie Weaver from Chartwells to talk about the Entropy+ convenience store located on the first floor of the Cohon University Center. Students have noticed inflated the prices at Entropy+, and though Scotty’s Market has been open since the start of the fall semester, students still want fairer prices for groceries across campus.

    News | November 6, 2023
  • How to get yourself a real mummy for Halloween

    This past Fall Break, I made a visit to New York’s Metropolitan Museum, which is home to a massive collection of ancient Egyptian archeological artifacts, including mummies and the containers that held them. As I wandered through the Egyptian exhibit, I found myself wondering: why mummify? And how?

    SciTech | October 30, 2023
  • I went to see Lana Del Rey and she taught me what it means to be a woman

    On Tuesday, Oct. 3, I went to see Lana Del Rey in concert. She played for 22,000 people at the The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pa., which, if you were wondering, is way too far away from Carnegie Mellon. I do not recommend going there for any reason. However, it is really pretty. The auditorium portion of the venue is just a giant, grassy hill that people spread blankets out on, and bes...

    Pillbox | October 9, 2023

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