Chelsea Dickson

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  • Fetterman speaks about Senate campaign at CMU

    The most surprising thing about John Fetterman is not the fact that he’s a 6’8” tattooed, Dickie-wearing politician who campaigns in local pubs; it’s his candid, laid-back, yet focused attitude.

    John Fetterman, the Mayor of Braddock, PA and now a candidate for the U.S. Senate, spoke about his experiences in public service to an eager crowd this past November 4. Heinz College’s Politics & Pu...

    News | November 9, 2015
  • Phipps market showcases local food adjacent to campus

    Every Wednesday, the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens hosts “Farmers at Phipps,” where vendors of all kinds can sell their certified organically grown food and plant products. Among the many tents set up along Schenley Drive, a one-man organic salt business and a 64-year-old family-owned vegetable farm stand. Families, young professionals, and students alike have been frequenting the mark...

    News | October 19, 2015
  • University community airs concerns at town hall meeting

    Carnegie Mellon University President Subra Suresh took center stage last Wednesday at a town hall event to address questions and concerns from the Carnegie Mellon community. A crowd of mostly faculty and administrative staff gathered in McConomy Auditorium to hear Suresh’s ideas about the future of the university, its costs, academics, and culture.

    News | October 5, 2015
  • Sexual assault and relationship violence prevention roundtables

    The year of 2014 has seen the issue of sexual assault driven to the forefront of national debate through college student-driven initiatives and an increasingly public dialogue concerning the sexual lives of students.

    News | November 24, 2014
  • Alpha Sigma Phi comes to campus

    Given the many time commitments and responsibilities the average Carnegie Mellon student juggles daily, it could be hard to understand why one would want to find yet another reason not to sleep. Yet for some undergraduate men at Carnegie Mellon, the opportunity to create a new community of friends and leaders was too exciting to turn down.

    News | November 17, 2014