Elizabeth Cutrone Junior staffwriter

Class of 2011

Articles

  • PSO performs Mancini

    Spiffed out in white jackets and black bow ties, the musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Pops, along with vocalist Monica Mancini, evoked an aura of ’50s Americana Saturday night at Heinz Hall. The concert was part of a series of performances called Mancini at the Movies, presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Conductor Richard Kaufman led the musicians in a whirlwind tour of the distinctly ...

    Pillbox | November 19, 2007
  • Homecoming profiles

    Over the years, Carnegie Mellon students’ preferences for music and movies have evolved, but some things have never changed — bagpipes and Buggy, to name a few. Below are some quick facts about three alumni who visited campus last weekend for Homecoming.

    Pillbox | October 29, 2007
  • New Entropy+ open for Homecoming

    The new Entropy+ convenience store opened Wednesday next to Merson Courtyard in the University Center. The store features all the packaged products available in the old Entropy, such as cookies, canned soups, cereal, and bottled drinks, and also has a local produce section featuring a variety of fruits and vegetables and an expanded selection of organic, kosher, and gluten-free products.

    News | October 29, 2007
  • Women Don't Ask

    When the Heinz School of Public Policy’s Linda Babcock noticed that male Ph.D. students were getting more opportunities to travel to conferences, get exemptions from course requirements, and teach their own classes, she began to question the system. What she found was surprisingly simple — the reason men get more opportunities than women, and the title of her book on the subject, is *Women Don’t A...

    Pillbox | October 8, 2007
  • Full faith and credit?

    When first-year Science and Humanities Scholar Ariel Rosenburg celebrated Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, a little more than a week ago, she e-mailed her professors two weeks in advance about missing class and making up assignments. She discovered that “not all professors were equal” when dealing with her absences. While some gladly granted her extensions in turning in work, others did not all...

    News | September 24, 2007