Madelyn Glymour Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • Exploring Pittsburgh: a beginner’s guide

    Pittsburgh may seem like a strange, fearsome place where the locals order french fries on their salads and where black and yellow “Stillers” paraphernalia cover every inch of store windows. But despite its regional quirks and sometimes unintelligible dialect, Pittsburgh is actually a manageable city, easily broken down into smaller neighborhoods, each with its own diverse set of attractions. From ...

    Pillbox | August 19, 2012
  • ¡Adios, Sí Señor!: CMU replaces University Center staple

    Longtime University Center fixture Sí Señor has been replaced by a different restaurant, El Gallo de Oro, which hopes to cater to the Tex-Mex taste buds of many students.

    News | August 19, 2012
  • Final organization budgets postponed

    The finalized Joint Funding Committee (JFC) student organization budget allocations were not released on Thursday, as expected, because the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) failed to maintain quorum at a joint meeting with Undergraduate Student Senate to approve them.

    News | April 30, 2012
  • 28X spared amid heavy PAT cuts

    The Port Authority approved the elimination of nearly half of Pittsburgh’s bus routes on Friday. The service cut, which will go into effect on Sept. 2, will eliminate 46 routes, end service at 10 p.m. on all but 13 routes, and lay off up to 500 Port Authority employees. Bus fares would also be increased, starting July 1.

    News | April 30, 2012
  • Bomb threats target campus libraries

    Hunt Library, the Mellon Institute Library, and the Sorrells Engineering & Science Library in Wean Hall were the targets of bomb threats Tuesday morning. A campus alert message posted at 9:35 a.m. said that police were searching the buildings, but a mandatory evacuation had not been ordered. A follow-up announcement at 10:30 a.m. stated that the libraries had returned to normal operations.

    News | April 30, 2012

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