Matthew McKee Staffwriter

Class of 2009


  • CFA grads make their mark on As The World Turns

    No television show does ambition, desire, trouble, misunderstanding, sexiness, or temptation better than one with an abundance of Carnegie Mellon grads involved in it.

    Pillbox | March 27, 2006
  • Beaux Arts Ball returns

    In this centennial year of Carnegie Mellon’s College of Fine Arts, the school has geared up for a celebration of its legacy and future. Its wide-reaching network of faculty, alumni, and students has touched the arts nationwide, and to celebrate, it’s bringing back one of its grandest traditions.

    Pillbox | February 27, 2006
  • Spike Lee berates cultural trends

    Speaking at the Byham Theatre last Thursday, Spike Lee addressed a large group of energetic fans who gave an ecstatic welcome to the controversial filmmaker. Lee, director of Mo’ Better Blues, The Original Kings of Comedy, and the biopic Malcolm X, came to Pittsburgh to talk about his films, his life, and his views, as part of the African American Cultural Center’s series of programs celebra...

    Pillbox | February 20, 2006
  • Campus stores annually lose money to theft

    Bookstore officials do not raise textbook prices just to inflate their pocketbooks. Last fiscal year, the University Shoppe, campus art store, and Entropy lost over $150,000 in stolen textbooks, souvenirs, and other merchandise. Store officials said that while lamentable, this figure remains relatively constant from year to year.

    News | February 20, 2006
  • Study shows girls unaware of STIs

    Over half of America’s teenagers have sex before college. According to a recent study, however, many sexually active adolescent females do not know the basics of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) until the dangers become real.

    News | February 13, 2006