Mona Maher

Class of 2008


  • Students call for action in Darfur

    Last Saturday, more than 200 people met at Freedom Corner in downtown Pittsburgh to take to the streets in a march to show their awareness and support of ending the genocide in Darfur, Sudan. The crowd marched about a mile from Freedom Corner to Market Square, where it staged a rally.

    News | April 30, 2007
  • Poetry month

    When T.S. Elliot wrote that “April is the cruelest month,” he must not have heard about National Poetry Month, a celebration of writing that has inspired events all over Pittsburgh.

    Pillbox | April 16, 2007
  • Students recall genocide of both past and present

    For those walking along the Cut last week, the three series of signs detailing the experiences of Holocaust victims were hard to miss. The signs were intended to bring people on campus together in remembering their collective past. The organization of the event itself was collective — the signs and all the memoirs and facts that were on them were a result of the first year of collaboration between...

    News | April 9, 2007
  • Qatar students head west for break

    Last week, eight students from Carnegie Mellon’s Qatar campus took advantage of the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program, volunteering their time and skills to help the residents of Carnegie, Pa., just outside of Pittsburgh.

    News | April 2, 2007
  • Creating a global university: CMU around the world

    Over the past three weeks, Carnegie Mellon has made headlines thousands of miles away from Pittsburgh. On February 12, Carnegie Mellon’s West Coast campus announced the launch of its new master’s program in software management. And last week, Carnegie Mellon’s Australia campus received $1.35 million to fund 15 scholarships for students in the master’s program in information technology.

    News | March 5, 2007