Lydia Green Operations Manager

Class of 2018


  • CMU students and professors react to controversial tweet

    Just after winter break, several Carnegie Mellon students and professors engaged in a Twitter discussion about the best practices for teaching coding. The thread was brought to awareness after former adjunct professor in the School of Computer Science, Robert Seacord, tweeted, “As a Carnegie Mellon professor, I didn’t spend a lot of time...

    News | February 5, 2018
  • Pennsylvania supreme court rejects gerrymandered map as unconstitutional

    Last Monday afternoon, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that Pennsylvania’s congressional district map, which was approved in 2011, violates Pennsylvania’s state constitution. In this case, a group of Pennsylvanians, including the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania, has sued the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania [claiming](

    News | January 29, 2018
  • Bar Buddies: Brunch Edition

    After days of cramming and somehow simultaneously having too much and not enough sleep, you had to drag yourself out of bed this morning at an ungodly hour for an 8:30 a.m. final.

    Pillbox | December 4, 2017
  • Bar Buddies: Mixtape

    While Sinead continued on with her well-deserved break this week, I gathered up a different group of buddies and scoured the internet for a new bar to try. On a chilly Friday night, we decided that a bar called Mixtape would provide the perfect way to kick off Founder’s weekend.

    Pillbox | November 13, 2017
  • To be effective, social change must be implemented on a large scale

    A lot of current social justice momentum is focused on changing individuals. For instance, some LGBTQ YouTubers made videos last August arguing that people who refuse to date transgender people need to self-reflect on the transphobic basis for their dating preferences. The point of these videos is to prevent individuals from harming oppressed people and therefore create safer spaces for the oppres...

    Forum | October 9, 2017