Haley Williams

Class of 2025


  • Things I'm afraid of: scurvy

    Ahoy, mateys! While ye be sailing the high seas of life, nary a care in the world, I am down below deck, wracked with the morbs over fears of unseen threats. This week, me timbers be shivering o’er the great beast that plagues pirates and college students alike: scurvy.

    SciTech | September 25, 2023
  • In conversation about 'A Haunting in Venice'

    *Kenneth Branagh’s latest Hercule Poirot adaptation sees him return as the famous detective once again. This time, a retired and reluctant Poirot finds himself attempting to debunk the seance of a notorious medium. But when the evening is interrupted by a murder most foul and the spirits of the palazzo’s haunted past seem once more on the prowl, Poirot is back on the case. Branagh leads an ensembl...

    Pillbox | September 25, 2023
  • Who the heck is ‘Allicin,’ or: How do garlic do?

    We’ve all been there: elbow deep in a bowl chock full of beautiful, pungent, raw garlic, shoveling clove after clove into our gaping mouths, when suddenly the thought comes: “Gee, I sure wonder what makes this garlic so damn tasty! Surely it must be some sort of witchcraft!” Fear not, dear reader! No witchcraft awaits you in the wonderful world of garlic — just fun food science!

    SciTech | September 18, 2023
  • In conversation about "Bottoms"

    "Bottoms" (2023) is the story of best friends PJ (Rachel Sennott) and Josie (Ayo Edebiri), two “ugly, untalented gays” who start an all-girls fight club at their school in attempt to hook up with their respective cheerleader crushes.

    Josh Arabia: Haley, you and I have seen “Bottoms” together twice now, and I think I speak for both of us when I say that it’s a phenomenal movie.

    Pillbox | September 18, 2023
  • Deer archers, love Haley

    Anyone who’s been outside in Pittsburgh at night in the past few months has almost definitely seen some deer lurking around. In fact, you’ve probably seen more than a few deer lurking around, and doing so quite close to roads and buildings. While they may seem cute and adorable, Pittsburgh is unfortunately facing a big issue with deer overpopulation. As Cole Skuse outlined in his [news article las...

    Forum | September 18, 2023