Bradford L. Yankiver

Class of 2008

Articles

  • Crime and Incident

    Medical Intoxication
    December 13, 2004 at 03:50

    News | January 17, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    Our community suffers from a case of apathy toward issues that deserve a great deal of attention.
    The explosive, fiery debate ignited by the 2004 ?Natrat? taught this community a lot about itself. But the fire has died. Our campus has returned to its aloof status quo: an environment bereft of debate among most students. In such an atmosphere, underlying problems will not change, and it is inevit...

    News | January 17, 2005
  • From Bradford L. Yankiver, Executive Officer

    Front pages of The Tartan from decades past hang framed on the walls of The Tartan?s office. The April 29, 1914, issue reports the dedication of the Design School Theatre, the first theater on our campus. The January 23, 1970, issue?s headline reads ?Strom Attacked by Jeers & Marshmallows?; the page displays a photo of Senator Thurmond with a dozen marshmallows at his feet. And the issue of Novemb...

    Special | January 10, 2005
  • Health services warns of severe shortage of flu shots

    Health Services has only 330 flu vaccines this year to innoculate students and faculty members who are in the high-risk category, as well as all campus police officers.
    Aventis, the company from which Carnegie Mellon University purchases its vaccines, assured Health Services that it would receive all 1300 flu shots it ordered last spring, even after the presence of a shortage came to light. On O...

    News | November 1, 2004
  • Howard Dean leads Democratic debate

    Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean visited Pittsburgh last Thursday to rally support for the Kerry campaign and to participate in a debate with Ralph Reed, Southeast regional chairman for the Bush/Cheney campaign.
    Dean spoke to a large crowd of supporters at the Church Brew Works. He appealed to Pennsylvanians by acknowledging the 330,000 jobs lost in the state since George W. Bush took office, ...

    News | October 11, 2004

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