Courtney Wittekind Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • Carson Loop Bus may draw additional fees

    The Carson Loop Bus is one of Carnegie Mellon’s newest services. It was initiated by former student body president and vice president Jared Itkowitz and Pooja Godbole and began running as a trial service during the spring semester of last year. According to the Student Government website, the bus is “a weekend, nighttime loop bus for undergraduate and graduate students that encourages students to ...

    News | November 16, 2009
  • Campus News in Brief

    Prof. reappointed to CNO

    Carnegie Mellon’s Kiron Skinner was recently reappointed by the United States Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to a position on the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) advisory panel. Skinner was appointed to the panel in 2004 by former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and will now serve a second term of four years.

    News | November 9, 2009
  • Case against Twitter users who posted police locations dropped

    The Allegheny County District Attorney has dropped all charges against two New York men accused of using social networking to inform the public of police locations during the G-20 summit in September.

    News | November 9, 2009
  • Campus News in Brief

    16th annual food drive begins

    News | November 2, 2009
  • Panel members focus on the role of art in protests

    The varied roles of performance as a part of protest, as a means of communication, and as a form of collective democracy were the focus of “Power, Protest, Performance: A Panel Discussion,” held last Wednesday.

    News | September 28, 2009

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