Gabriel Bamforth

Class of 2019


  • The CMU Pantry opens following study highlighting campus food insecurity

    By now it’s no secret: at least 19 percent of students at Carnegie Mellon are living with food insecurity. The 2017 Campus Cupboard study on food insecurity at 11 colleges in the Pittsburgh area showed that for nearly 2,700 students at this school, access to food is a problem. Since last fall, students and university administration have been working hard to change that. On Friday afternoon, the fr...

    News | November 12, 2018
  • Carnegie Mellon Racing Shop machine decommissioned

    Since its opening in the fall of 2017, the MakerWing on Hamerschlag C-level (newly dubbed Tech Spark) has been the backbone of hands-on learning at Carnegie Mellon. With ample hand tooling space, laser cutters, 3D-printers, mills, CNC machines, and a computer lab, it provides a space where students from the College of Engineering can come and learn — under supervision — the basics of rapid prototy...

    News | November 5, 2018
  • Alexander Hamilton Society debate on Singapore Summit brings more agreement than debate

    A group of fifteen students gathered in the Simmons Auditorium in the Tepper Quad last Monday for a moderated debate about the Singapore Summit of U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un. While eating Chipotle under a projector displaying larger-than-life images of the U.S. and North Korean flags, the small audience watched moderator Dan Silverman of the Institute f...

    News | October 29, 2018
  • Frankenstein@200 panel brings interdisciplinary approach to classic text

    On Thursday night, a panel of Carnegie Mellon professors and alumni gathered before an audience of 30 people in Baker Hall’s Adamson wing to speak about the number one most widely-read book in English-speaking educational institutions: Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. The event, titled Frankenstein@200, is a celebration of the book’s bicentennial anniversary, and this year’s installment of the Carol Br...

    News | October 15, 2018
  • Task Force tackles abstract task of improving campus climate

    On Aug. 22, President Farnam Jahanian notified the Carnegie Mellon community of the new President’s Task Force on Campus Climate, an initiative intended to make the campus culture and environment better for all members. Though the appointment was motivated partially by the resignation of Dr. Lenore Blum and Dr. Manuel Blum the week prior, President Jahanian was careful to note that the Task Force ...

    News | October 8, 2018