Eshna Bhaduri staffwriter
Service projects for the holiday season
This holiday season is one of service.
Carnegie Mellon students will do everything from dressing up as Santa’s Helpers to cooking spaghetti dinners to participate in the service projects open to the campus community before winter break.News | December 4, 2006
This past weekend, Carnegie Mellon hosted its 16th annual International Festival. Here are some global snapshots and stats on the cultures represented at Carnegie Mellon:
• Percentage of the world’s population that lives in China: 20News | November 6, 2006
Academic Affairs asks students to speak their minds
The Academic Affairs Committee of Student Senate organized a forum last Tuesday that allowed students to speak their minds.
A diverse group of students, both undergraduates and several graduate students from the Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, came to see how the university makes procedural changes.News | October 30, 2006
Statistically Speaking: Homecoming
For Carnegie Mellon alumni, Homecoming has historically been a time to come back to their alma mater and reminisce about times they spent on campus with their peers. The class reunions are usually welcomed with a football game at home, but this year the biggest event is the third annual chili cookoff. Here are some statistics on Homecoming in the past and this year’s Homecoming as well:Special | October 9, 2006
Pittsburgh’s current mayor, Luke Ravenstahl, 26, is not much older than students here at Carnegie Mellon. In fact, in the history of this country, he is the youngest mayor of any major metropolitan city. Here are some statistics on mayors:
Number of women who have served as mayor of Pittsburgh: 1
Number of Pittsburgh mayors that served in office twice during separate terms: 4News | October 2, 2006