Justine Rae Lee Staffwriter
Bush: Neither apologetic nor defensive
On Monday night, President Bush gave his eighth and final State of the Union address. Dressed in a blue tie, with his American-flag pin securely fastened, Bush faced Congress, distinguished guests, and millions of TV viewers.Forum | February 4, 2008
Timeless tunes complete the Christmas season
Halloween and Thanksgiving aren’t real holidays. They only exist to make the time between summer and Christmas bearable. If it were up to me, instead of text, this article would be full of little sound bites you could just pick up and listen to. But because we aren’t quite “there” yet, I will have to rely on my words to express to you just how much I truly love Christmas music.Forum | December 3, 2007
Dozen Cupcakes is conveniently located. Wedged between Coldstone Creamery and Panera in Squirrel Hill, the narrow bakery covers 700 square feet and seats about six.
Of course, such close proximity is only part of the charm. The seating area is tucked immediately to the right, with three tables and chairs opposite a self-serve coffee and tea station.Pillbox | December 3, 2007
Student group speaks out on behalf of North Korean refugees
The Carnegie Mellon chapter of Liberation in North Korea (LiNK) promoted North Korea awareness last week by displaying 98 ribbons on the Cut, one for each North Korean that dies per hour from starvation.
Young Ko, a fifth-year architecture major and the coordinator and founder of the LiNK chapter, believes the ribbons serve as a reminder.News | November 20, 2006
Drama student plays Spiderman to boy with leukemia
After a long day of chasing the Green Goblin, Spiderman made his way to the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to pay a special visit to his biggest fan, Noah Rheinlander, on Saturday afternoon.
Noah is a three-and-a-half-year-old leukemia patient. Spiderman is a sophomore in drama named Ian Harding.News | November 20, 2006