Jacob Paul

Class of 2020

Articles

  • Mac Miller's Blue Slide Park Vigil

    A sea of people, mostly college students, engulfed the unassuming Blue Slide Park playground this past Tuesday, Sept. 11. As song after song rang through the park Mac Miller made famous, his fans celebrated the life of someone they considered an inspiration. Despite the jovial energy, the gloomy overcast weather that evening reflected the sense of loss that hung thick in the air.

    News | September 17, 2018
  • THE FAIR: a rebrand, and a return to tradition

    On last Wednesday afternoon, the Activities Fair, this year renamed “THE FAIR,” was held in the Cohon Center. Tables of student-run organizations filled the Wiegand Gymnasium, the Connan Room, and Rangos Ballroom from wall to wall. It was quite a testament to the diverse array of interests that make up Carnegie Mellon. Students, mostly first years, rushed in to explore all that Carnegie Mellon has...

    News | September 10, 2018
  • Genocide awareness panel hosted in honor of Holocaust remembrance week

    This past week, people across the world held events for Holocaust remembrance week. On campus, the Hillel Jewish University Center of Pittsburgh organized a series of events and installed an adaption of the famous poem, “First they Came,” on The Cut, where they held a vigil on Thursday. One of these events was a Genocide awareness panel featuring professors Jay Aronson, Michal Friedman, and Ricky ...

    News | April 16, 2018

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