Bradford L. Yankiver

Class of 2008


  • Executive Privilege

    Hidden in an inconspicuous file cabinet on the third floor of Hunt Library, microfiche images of past issues of The Tartan compose the only consistent historical record of the student experience at Carnegie Mellon University. In the ?20s and ?30s, The Tartan recorded the history of Carnival; in the early ?40s, The Tartan reflected students? perception of World War II; and in the late ?60s The Tart...

    News | April 25, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    For a second week, The Tartan reports on the Recording Industry Association of America?s barrage of lawsuits targeting i2hub users from college campuses across the nation. Twenty-five Carnegie Mellon students are among the students hit by the civil suits.
    In hunting down college students for sums of money equalling a semester?s tuition at most colleges, the RIAA and its members have adopted a rep...

    News | April 18, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    Spring semester begins with below freezing temperatures and overcast skies. Students seem to hibernate through the first half of the semester, and the campus feels like a vacant lot. Spring break comes and goes, making way for the stressful final push of the semester. For nearly 90 years, Carnival has been the saving grace of spring semester.
    But the feel of Carnival doesn?t seem quite the same a...

    News | April 11, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    Next Monday and Tuesday we will elect the Student Body President (SBP), Student Body Vice-President (SBVP), Vice-President for Finance (VPF), and Student Senators. The students who fill these roles routinely dedicate long hours to their jobs, but most of the student population is unaware of their work. In electing students to represent us, we give them the lead role in advocating on our behalf. Bu...

    News | March 28, 2005
  • Executive Privilege

    It's easy to get tunnel vision when the semester is in mid-swing. Life-changing events happening on the other side of the Earth can pass unnoticed here. Storms dumped more than 6 feet of snow in Tajikistan last Friday, but conversations in the UC didn't touch the subject. Tsunami relief fundraising on the tiny island nation of Tonga yielded $22,887 -- the per capita income is a mere $2000 there --...

    News | February 14, 2005

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