Chelsea Dickson

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  • 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
  • Democrat Wolf elected as governor of Pennsylvania

    While America went right, Pennsylvania went left.

    A frustrated America booted Democrats from both the U.S. Congress and a majority of state governments during midterm elections last week, with Republicans now controlling the House and Senate for the last two years of President Barack Obama’s final term.

    News | November 10, 2014
  • CMU student arrested for child pornography

    Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced last Monday the recent arrest of eight suspected child predators, including Carnegie Mellon graduate student Adham Mandour. Mandour, who is pursuing his master’s degree in biology at Carnegie Mellon, was arrested on charges of child pornography possession and distribution. The arrest took place on Carnegie Mellon’s Oakland campus with the help ...

    News | November 3, 2014
  • Acrobatiq a finalist for $20 million prize

    Acrobatiq, a Carnegie Mellon-affiliated online courseware company, has recently been named a finalist in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Next Generation Courseware Challenge. Tracing its origins to Carnegie Mellon’s Open Learning Initiative (OLI), Acrobatiq was founded in 2013 and provides individualized online learning experiences for students tackling introductory university courses. The...

    News | October 13, 2014
  • Norris speaks about race in America

    “America’s conversation on race has only just begun,” said NPR correspondent Michele Norris during a talk on racial diversity last Wednesday at the Carnegie Music Hall. The lecture, titled “Eavesdropping on America’s Conversation On Race,” proved more than an exercise in listening, and rather an invitation to an open dialogue on race in America. Hosted by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, th...

    News | October 6, 2014