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Class of 2020

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  • Record increase in applications

    Coming off the heels of record-breaking admissions years, Carnegie Mellon University is experiencing another phenomenal year in 2018. In 2016, according to the university, the percentage of women in Carnegie Mellon's computer science and engineering programs were more than double the national averages. In 2017, for the first time ever, the university enrolled more female undergraduates than male; ...

    News | March 26, 2018
  • Tesla and competitors race to dominate luxury car market

    For a company founded 14 years ago and having only been making a true production vehicle since 2012, Tesla is doing quite well. But the established automakers, and particularly the German luxury giants, are not happy to see a new player joining their ranks. Over the past couple of years, companies like BMW, Mercedes, and Porsche have been announcing their intentions to introduce a luxury electric ...

    SciTech | February 26, 2018
  • The Post

    Probably the most impressive thing about Steven Spielberg’s new movie The Post is just how quickly it was made. The film opened on Jan. 12, just nine months after Spielberg first read the script and decided that making this movie, and making it fast, was a must. Taking just over two months to film, Spielberg zipped through the first edit in only three weeks before sending it over to long-time co...

    Pillbox | February 12, 2018
  • Discontinuing Indians’ Chief Wahoo is only the first step

    Can you imagine cheering for a team called the “New York Jews” or the “San Francisco Chinese?” What about wearing a hat whose logo is an exaggerated stereotype: a yarmulke-wearing big-nosed man or an excessively slant-eyed man donning a conical hat?

    Sports | February 5, 2018
  • Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

    British playwright, screenwriter, and director Martin McDonagh is a master of dark comedy. His first two films, In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths, are violent crime stories sprinkled with absurd humor, witty banter, slightly over-the-top plot lines, and exaggerated characters. His plays, like The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Beauty Queen of Leenane, also fall under the banner of black comedy but...

    Pillbox | December 4, 2017

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