Laura Palotie Staffwriter

Class of 2006

Articles

  • Leadership Profile: Jamie Edwards

    Rho Lambda, a leadership and honor society for sorority women, features individuals in a Women’s Leadership Series based on their contributions to campus life and their achievements as role models in the Carnegie Mellon and greater Pittsburgh communities. Jamie Edwards is the organization’s second honoree for the series.

    News | April 10, 2006
  • Leadership Profile: Anne DiGiovanni

    Rho Lambda, a leadership and honor society for sorority women, will feature individuals in a new Women’s Leadership Series based on their contributions to campus life and their achievements as leaders and role models in the Carnegie Mellon and greater Pittsburgh communities. Anne DiGiovanni is the organization’s first honoree for the series.

    News | February 27, 2006
  • Matchpoint hits the mark

    Iconic director Woody Allen is known for exploring tragically humorous human anxieties in his films. In their relationships, Allen’s characters, like ordinary people, often get too caught up in their psychological angst, and end up making their lives more difficult than necessary. But while Allen’s newest film, Matchpoint, explores similar themes, it does so from a much darker, grimmer angle.

    Pillbox | December 5, 2005
  • Pittsburgh Arts organizations merge

    The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and Pittsburgh Filmmakers are two cultural and artistic organizations in Pittsburgh that offer programs for the surrounding community. However, one of these gems was almost lost earlier last year as Pittsburgh Center for the Arts was forced to close its doors to the public due to financial constraints. Saved in the nick of a time by a merger with Filmmakers, the...

    Pillbox | October 3, 2005
  • Architecture breeds stress

    A ?Help ? sleep needed? sign decorates the window of one of three first-year architecture studios. Despite this reminder of constant stress, though, the space is lively on a Monday afternoon. One student hums to a tune in her iPod. Another decides to break for dinner, while a third compliments a fellow student?s work. One might find it hard to believe that this is home to the most notoriously stre...

    News | April 18, 2005