Amelia Britton Assistant Copy Manager

Class of 2017


  • Tales from Abroad: Finding home in new places

    As the end of the semester approaches (and no, I do not want to think about that), I get more and more attached to Madrid. The more I travel, the happier I am to come back to my “home base” in Spain’s capital. I come back to Madrid exhausted and happy to be back in “my” bed. As much fun as I’ve had in the U.K. or Hungary or Morocco, it feels good to be navigating a familiar metro system and to kno...

    Pillbox | April 11, 2016
  • Tales from abroad: going to Madrid, Spain

    I’ve been in Spain nearly a month now, and it still doesn’t feel like I’m staying. The orientation period is over, and I hope having a routine will make me feel less like a visitor.

    Pillbox | February 8, 2016
  • Washington D.C. has its own stress culture

    I don’t think I understood how a city could have a pace until I came to D.C.. There are millions of moving parts, and I feel like I’m constantly trying to catch up with them. The people I pass on the street seem so much more put together than I am, and not just because their business attire is magically intact when riding the metro in 90 degree heat. They’re smarter, more interesting, and more in ...

    Pillbox | September 14, 2015
  • Greek Sing raises over $86,000 for charity

    From the Greek Sing Chairs: ***In our haste to calculate and write down the final scores, we made an error with who won third place in the competitive division. Although we announced Thoroughly Modern Millie as the winner, the true winner of third place was Aladdin. All of the scores that night were correct and still are. This mistake was not a calculations error. The issue had nothing to do w...

    Pillbox | March 23, 2015
  • Women's representation on TV on the up and up

    Everyone searches to find a little bit of themselves in a television character. Historically, women have struggled with this, because there have been few types of female characters on screen. The roles of women on television have lacked racial and religious diversity. They have lacked diversity of lifestyle interests, sexual orientation, physical appearance, and diversity in the ways in which they...

    Pillbox | March 1, 2015

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