Annika Rosenvinge Staffwriter

Class of 20010


  • Call to defend Australia

    Carnegie Mellon is currently engaged in negotiations with the Australian federal government to establish research facilities geared toward the development of defense-related software engineering, according to an April 16 article in The Australian, an Australian national newspaper.

    News | April 30, 2007
  • Theater linked to collective memory

    Paul Eiss, a history professor in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, didn’t know what to expect when a woman from a regional theater in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula told him about some old papers that the recently deceased company copyist had kept lying around. “I went to his house thinking, ‘Why not?’ and found a room filled with scripts almost up to my knees,” Eiss said. “This 80-year-...

    Pillbox | April 30, 2007
  • Elections Update: Elections rescheduled for September

    After the results of student government’s April 24 election were tampered with and ultimately invalidated, the prospective candidates for Student Body President, Vice President, and Vice President of Finance voted against holding another election during finals week in favor of scheduling the next – and hopefully last – election next September.

    News | April 30, 2007
  • Make way for 'the Groom Reaper'

    American cinema icon John Waters gave a lecture last Sunday in McConomy Auditorium. Waters is perhaps best known for the cult classic and '80s hit Hairspray, which has since been adapted into a Broadway musical, though he has created many other acclaimed films during his artistic career.

    Pillbox | March 26, 2007
  • A lesson in women's history

    “When students tell me that women’s history is no longer a valid field, I don’t know whether to weep, cut my throat, or shake them until they wake up,” said Gerda Lerner, who is credited as one of the first pioneers of women’s history. Lerner gave a lecture last Wednesday as the inaugural speaker for the Margaret Morrison Distinguished Lecture in Women’s History Series.

    Pillbox | March 5, 2007