Jacob Paul

Class of 2020

Articles

  • A community remembers Joyce Fienberg: she ‘cared, and she acted on it’

    Joyce Fienberg, one of the 11 victims of the Tree of Life shooting, was an active and invaluable member of the Carnegie Mellon community for almost four decades. Stephen Fienberg, her husband of almost 50 years, was a celebrated professor of Statistics and Social Science at Carnegie Mellon who passed away in December of 2016. Students and faculty alike were shocked and shaken that the deadliest an...

    News | November 5, 2018
  • Farnam Jahanian inaugurated with ceremony that attempts to update a traditional formula

    This past Friday, Oct. 26, Farnam Jahanian was officially inaugurated as the 10th President of Carnegie Mellon University. Students received a day off from school Friday in celebration of the inauguration, as well as the celebration of Homecoming Weekend.

    News | October 29, 2018
  • The mass shooting in our backyard: 11 killed in hate crime at Squirrel Hill Synagogue

    On the morning of Saturday, Oct. 27, a gunman walked into the Tree of Life Synagogue and opened fire. 11 people were killed, making this possibly the deadliest attack motivated by anti-Semitism in the history of the United States, according to the Anti-Defamation League.

    News | October 29, 2018
  • Performance art surveys students about their opinions of the workload at CMU

    On Friday, Oct. 5, students exited class to find a strange sight on The Cut: a group of figures, cloaked in white hazmat suits, standing across from The Fence. As students drew closer they could see blue paint splattered over each of the figures. There were five of them, and they were not sculptures but people, students who the viewers might recognize. They were standing motionless with their eyes...

    News | October 15, 2018
  • Scream mask mugger leaves students wary on the way home

    A recent series of Shadyside robberies, all perpetrated by suspects wearing Scream masks, has had Carnegie Mellon students frightened to be outside at night.

    Three weeks ago, on Wednesday, Sept. 19, the Carnegie Mellon community was notified via email of two robberies that occurred that Monday, Sept. 17, and one that occurred Wednesday, Aug. 29.

    News | October 8, 2018

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