Adam Tunnard

Class of 2021


  • Highmark Health grants 35 million toward campus health, wellness, athletics center

    Highmark Health, the not-for-profit Pittsburgh-based insurer and healthcare provider, has gifted Carnegie Mellon University $35 million toward establishing a new health, wellness, and athletics facility on campus. Current university estimates have the proposed 160,000 square foot facility opening up in 2024.

    News | November 11, 2019
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Oct. 27, 2019
    An intoxicated Carnegie Mellon student at Stever House was provided medical assistance. No citations were issued, due to alcohol amnesty.

    Oct. 27, 2019
    A Carnegie Mellon student reported that a laptop had been stolen from their secured dorm room in Resnik House. The investigation is ongoing.

    News | November 4, 2019
  • Honeywell set to launch new robotics center in Strip District

    North Carolina-based Fortune 100 conglomerate Honeywell is constructing a new robotics facility in the Strip District, building upon existing relationships in Pittsburgh.

    Honeywell operates four business units: Honeywell Aerospace, Home and Building Technologies (HBT), Safety and Productivity Solutions (SPS), and Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies.

    News | November 4, 2019
  • Crime and Incident: Oct. 12-26

    Attempted Theft by Deception
    Oct. 14, 2019
    A Carnegie Mellon student told University Police that an unknown person sent him an email posing as a Carnegie Mellon affiliate, asking the student to purchase Google gift cards.

    News | October 28, 2019
  • Family weekend events show the campus experience

    Since the 1990s, Carnegie Mellon’s family weekend has been an amalgamation of events, activities, performances, and sports matches, allowing families to experience a wide range of campus experiences. This year’s festivities proved no different.

    News | October 14, 2019

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