Aliesha Jones News Editor

Class of 2012


  • Bhangra dancers perform for sold-out crowd

    The fourth annual Bhangra in the Burgh competition was one of the most exciting shows since the creation of the competition. Master of ceremonies and social and decision sciences junior Suraj Baxi kept the audience entertained, and Carnegie Mellon’s own bhangra team performed at the end of the show.

    Pillbox | November 8, 2010
  • Sculpting a new take on art

    The Art of Structure exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art is located in an enclosed hall of the Heinz Architectural Center. Heavy glass doors with “The Art of Structure” scrawled across them face visitors as they enter a hallway of yellow walls and high ceiling arches. After walking through the entire space, visitors may realize that the curves of the interior structure match the concepts behin...

    Pillbox | October 11, 2010
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth

    The average Carnegie Mellon student has probably never heard of the Milkshake Factory, but for over 30 years the Milkshake Factory has been located on East Carson Street in the South Side, enticing customers with its 1930s chic décor and sweet aromas.

    Pillbox | September 20, 2010
  • SCS still awaiting renovations, placements

    It’s been about a year since the School of Computer Science (SCS) moved from Wean Hall to the Gates Hillman Complex, but the school is still very much in a state of transition. With certain departments still awaiting completed renovations or final placements, it is safe to say that all of SCS has not yet found a place to call home.
    While the Language Technologies Institute, the Lane Center for Co...

    News | August 30, 2010
  • Dozen Bake Shop moves to Craig Street

    After encountering maintenance issues and difficulty hiring staff members in the Squirrel Hill area, a branch of the Dozen Bake Shop has opened on South Craig Street in Oakland.

    News | August 23, 2010

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