Dominique Davis

Class of 2011


  • Death penalty explored

    Carnegie Mellon spent “One Week on Death Row” last week as our Amnesty International (AI) chapter hosted three days of events that encouraged the campus community to discuss their opinions on the death penalty.

    News | November 23, 2009
  • Study shows benefits of daily texting

    A study in New Zealand demonstrated that providing motivational support through daily text messages to young cigarette smokers might help them quit smoking. The New Zealand Ministry of Health provided funding for a charitable trust organization called The Quit Group, which enables the development of innovative cessation programs to help New Zealanders quit smoking. The programs vary using televisi...

    News | October 26, 2009
  • Students defend CulinArt employees

    The changes that have been made to dining services at Carnegie Mellon have been obvious to anyone who has a meal plan, but recently, it has been revealed that there might be some things about the new company that students can’t see.

    News | October 5, 2009
  • Stats speaking

    As the excitement of the G20 dies down, students and Pittsburghers around the city are experiencing different levels of shock, amazement, and disappointment. Here are some statistics reflecting what people thought of the weekend:

    Percentage of survey respondents who thought the G20 Summit was “very favorable” for the city: 46

    News | September 28, 2009
  • Service fair attracts students

    On Sept. 9, Carnegie Mellon opened its doors to a variety of volunteer organizations, turning Rangos Hall into a venue for creating communities through volunteering and providing services that help benefit people all over Pittsburgh.

    It is an annual tradition that brings dozens of organizations to meet the different interests of the diversity of students on campus.

    News | September 14, 2009