Krishna Rao

Class of 2019

Articles

  • President Barack Obama headlines Frontiers Conferece at Carnegie Mellon

    The Frontiers Conference convened in Pittsburgh on Thursday. Co-hosted by Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, the event was an effort to “explore the future of innovation.” The guest of honor, President Barack Obama, gave a speech and participated in a panel discussion in Carnegie Mellon University’s Wiegand Gymnasium. The visit marked the President’s fifth visit to Carneg...

    News | October 17, 2016
  • 1-800-HOLIBLING CMU Holi 2016

    Holi was celebrated on campus this Saturday as hundreds of people took to Hamerschlag Hall lawn (The Mall) to participate in the seasonal tradition. This year’s event brought in over a thousand people from all corners of the diverse Carnegie Mellon community. The celebration was organized by OM, the South Asian spiritual club. OM has coordinated Holi celebrations on campus in previous years. Each ...

    Pillbox | April 18, 2016
  • Feature: Gateway to India

    Gateway to India, hosted by CMU OM, was held in Cohon Center Wean Commons on Friday evening. The event showcased the diversity of the different states that comprise India. Ten states (out of twenty-nine) were represented from the culturally distinct northern and southern regions of the country. The modern nation of India did not exist until 1947. For most of its history, the subcontinent was divid...

    Pillbox | March 28, 2016
  • GrubHub expands restaurant options in Pittsburgh

    For many people, ordering take-out food is a hassle. The steps of finding the restaurant, searching the menu, placing the order, and most inconvenient of all, picking up the food are in need of a 21st century revamp. Enter GrubHub, a food delivery service that allows its users to bring their favorite meals to their doorsteps in a few hassle-free steps.

    News | March 21, 2016
  • Mayur Show showcases South Asian culture

    On Saturday evening, students gathered in Rangos Auditorium to watch the annual Mayur Show. This year’s theme was “Meet the Kapoors,” and featured various dance and vocal performances. The show was arranged by Mayur, the South Asian Student Association. The “hosts” of the show were the imaginary Kapoor family and Simran Patel, portrayed as a stereotypical Indian family and their soon-to-be daughte...

    Pillbox | February 29, 2016

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