Bradford L. Yankiver

Class of 2008

Articles

  • Executive Privilege

    Unable to hit their target numbers, military recruiters are finding new ways and new populations to recruit. Their efforts, though, are becoming more and more invasive. Some groups ? including a number of universities ? are beginning to take up the fight and push back. At the heart of this matter is a single piece of legislation.

    News | September 26, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    We thought endlessly about the firefighters who rushed into the buildings; I talked with my family about the selfless man who stayed with his wheelchair-bound friend in the building. After September 11, stories of hope, perseverance and camraderie soothed the nation?s battered soul. Now, after Katrina, we are in need again of great tales, but there are few such uplifting stories coming out of Katr...

    News | September 19, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    On behalf of the entire staff of The Tartan, we extend our warmest welcome to our new fellow students from the Gulf Coast. We hope that our community can offer you a friendly, comfortable, and engaging environment. (That said, we apologize in advance for November and December. It?s pretty rough.)
    The human disaster that followed Hurricane Katrina touched everyone in this nation, and we will feel ...

    News | September 12, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    You?ve got a copy of The Tartan in your hands. That is a much greater accomplishment than you might imagine.
    I?m very proud to present the first issue of The Tartan?s 100th volume. A century ago, a small group of students set out to inform their peers of the newsworthy happenings of the day. Since then, the newspaper those students created has evolved into the most complete record of the student ...

    News | August 29, 2005
  • New printing system may include quotas

    Last year, one cluster printer user printed 15,960 pages in two months, according to data collected by Carnegie Mellon Computing Services as part of a rigorous analysis of the university?s printing system. ?That?s about three 50-pound cases of paper,? said Mike Kelleher, Clusters Field Consultant.
    Cluster Services is aiming to solve such problems and is nearing the end of a two-year project of re...

    SciTech | April 25, 2005

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