Pittsburgh is not a steel-hearted city; rather, it is a collection of small neighborhoods that are easy to become familiar with and will quickly seem like home.
Beyond its reputation as a world-class research institution, Carnegie Mellon harbors a unique heritage and set of quirky traditions.
Orientation is designed to help students familiarize themselves with the Carnegie Mellon community. It is our goal to help you begin the journey of finding yourself.
We've provided you with a head start to where the best food is available on campus.
Especially during your first year, knowing where to get the best coffee at the best price will prove essential.
Don't look for too specific an experience at Carnegie Mellon, and step outside of your comfort zone whenever possible. The most memorable opportunities will be the ones you never thought you'd find.
One part of Pittsburgh that you can really get into, if you're willing and knowledgeable, is the music scene.
Here's the first rule of Orientation: Leave your room.
In this corner of Pillbox, the poetic musical neurosis of the WRCT staff reigns supreme.