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Class of 2020


  • After 19 years outside of Posner, Joe from Joe’s Doghouse moves on

    For nearly 19 years, Joe’s Doghouse was a fixture on Carnegie Mellon’s campus. Monday though Friday, smoke curled up from the little cart stationed at the corner of Margaret Morrison Ave. and Tech St. Sometimes, the red and white paneled umbrellas above the cart glowed in the sunlight.

    News | September 9, 2019
  • The beep boop: the life, death, and the drama

    Welcome back to the land of meal blocks, hard classes, high stakes and long nights. Something, however, has changed since you were last here.

    For years, the traffic lights at the intersection of campus’s busiest intersection — Forbes and Moorewood — emitted a beeping tone when the walking signal flashed. “Beep boop, beep boop,” it rang, sounding like an automated bird chirp.

    News | August 19, 2019
  • Fienburg memorial lecture talks sensationalism and statistics

    “Numbers do not speak for themselves,” said Sir David Spiegelhalter, a world-renowned statistician, to a crowd of nearly 100 professors and students who had gathered in McConomy Auditorium to hear him speak. “The stories we tell, the way they’re packaged makes all the difference to their emotional impact.”

    News | April 29, 2019
  • 6 months after Tree of Life, Poway temple targeted

    On Saturday, a gunman entered a synagogue in California shouting anti-Semitic slurs, and opened fire with an AR-15 style gun, as reported by The New York Times.

    The shooting left a 60 year old woman dead, a rabbi wounded in his hand, and two others injured by shrapnel wounds.

    News | April 29, 2019
  • Thai Gourmet restaurant review

    The meal I ate yesterday at Thai Gourmet was the best Thai food I’ve ever eaten in my life, without a doubt.

    Pillbox | April 29, 2019

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