J.W. Ramp Alumni
Activities abound on campus
Many of you have just finished your first week of classes here at Carnegie Mellon University, learned a new schedule, and are already deep in the trenches of your studies.
Here in the second week comes the Activities Fair, an opportunity to learn about the student groups on campus and maybe even find an outlet to get involved.Forum | August 31, 2009
Health Talk: Swine flu
With the recent swine flu scare, we decided to focus this edition of Health Talk on the disease. Below you will find general information regarding the disease, tips to prevent it from spreading, and even first-hand experiences from others that have had the flu.SciTech | August 24, 2009
The high of this election season has begun to fade, and the students of Carnegie Mellon seem to be back to life as usual. As we bundle up to keep warm and shuffle quietly to class, the absence of daily confrontations for voter registration and debate-watching parties may have let our sense of political involvement wane as the new administration has been given the keys to our government.Forum | February 2, 2009
I’d like to use this space today to introduce myself as the new Publisher of The Tartan and talk a little bit about some things I’ll be working on to serve you better this year.Forum | January 26, 2009
BODIES...The Exhibition brings to life, with special attention to detail, the inner workings of the human body through an innovative preservation process called plastination.
The exhibit is organized into a handful of sections that provide a closer look at the skeletal, muscular, respiratory, and reproductive systems of the body.SciTech | November 19, 2007