Courtney Wittekind Contributing Editor

Class of 2013

Articles

  • Other opportunities: What to do if the job fair does not work out

    As the TOC, BOC, and EOC conferences wrap up, many students may be left with unmet expectations.
    Whether looking for an internship or a full-time job, students still have a wide variety of options available to them.

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    Special | September 19, 2011
  • Google+ makes users rethink and re-evaluate online relationships

    Google’s recently released Google+ and its circles have put me in a difficult situation.

    Forum | September 12, 2011
  • ELumanate project brings electricity to small village in Sierra Leone

    While many students spent their summers soaking up the rays of the sun, two Carnegie Mellon students have been working to bring light of another kind to a rural village called Yele in Sierra Leone. Engineering and public policy doctoral student Paul van der Boor and junior economics and statistics major Tori Baggio are part of a four-member team called ELumanate that is currently working on refurb...

    News | September 12, 2011
  • Campus changes in the works

    While this year’s incoming first-years are just becoming familiar with Carnegie Mellon’s current campus, the university administration is looking toward future development with the implementation of its new 10-year master plan.

    News | August 21, 2011
  • AmeriCorps up for cuts

    The Appropriations Committee in the House of Representatives has recently proposed a slew of cuts in its budget proposal for the 2011 year. One of these cuts will eliminate AmeriCorps as a part of the continuing resolution to fund the government for the remainder of this fiscal year. Luckily, these cuts are currently only proposed, and they would have to be approved by the Senate and the White Hou...

    Forum | February 28, 2011

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