Evangeline Liu

Class of 2020

Articles

  • Ex-CIA agent Valerie Plame discusses nuclear proliferation and cybersecurity

    As part of Carnegie Mellon’s Information Networking Institute (INI) celebration of Carnival weekend, Valerie Plame was invited to give a keynote speech on the issues of nuclear proliferation and cybersecurity, two major threats that affect all of us today.

    News | April 24, 2017
  • Casey discusses pollution, healthcare, and America’s involvement in Syria at town hall

    Recently, Congress has been on its April recess session, so many congressmen are holding town halls in their home states to take questions and hear concerns from their constituents. Bob Casey, the Democratic senator from Pennsylvania, was no exception. He has held a series of town halls in various locations in the state, including one last week at University of Pittsburgh’s Alumni Hall.

    News | April 17, 2017
  • CyLab's picoCTF competition promotes awareness of computer security

    For the third time, students all over the nation have the chance to participate in and compete for prizes at the annual picoCTF competition hosted by Cylab, the security and privacy institute at Carnegie Mellon. The online competition is open to people everywhere, but only middle and high school students in the U.S. are eligible for cash prizes, which totaled over $30,000 this year thanks to corpo...

    News | April 10, 2017
  • Marcia McNutt discusses the findings of energy reports from the National Academy of Sciences

    As part of this year’s program of Energy Week at Carnegie Mellon, which consisted of activities related to the energy sector and energy issues facing society, Carnegie Mellon students and members of the community had the chance to attend various lectures given by distinguished professors and scientists working in energy-related fields. Marcia McNutt, who last year became the president of the Natio...

    News | April 3, 2017
  • Shabbat 1000 dinner supports and shows solidarity for Jewish student community

    In light of the recent wave of bomb threats that have been phoned into Jewish community centers, Carnegie Mellon hosted Shabbat 1000, a service and dinner open to the public, with several Pittsburgh government and university officials in attendance in a show of solidarity.

    News | March 27, 2017

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