Nora Mattson Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2021

Articles

  • CS Academy launched by School of Computer Science

    Fans of Carnegie Mellon’s ever-mythologized 15-112 class, titled “Fundamentals of Programming,” will be happy to know that its creators, Professor David Kosbie and Professor Mark Stehlik have turned their eyes to another project: the creation of the website CS Academy, a free computer science educational tool aimed at high schoolers.

    News | January 28, 2019
  • Research funding by source in 2017

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    News | December 3, 2018
  • Fantasy Football: Le’s futbol takes over as the league leader

    As someone who takes a lot of stats classes, I crunched the numbers, and I have lost a total of a fifth of all of the games of the Tartan Fantasy League. Ordinarily, I would try and mitigate this humiliating statistic by pointing out that Sports Editor Marika Yang has lost somewhere on the order of half of all of the games, but unfortunately I cannot even do that this week because I was bested by ...

    Sports | November 19, 2018
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Oct. 11, 2018
    Officers responded to Mudge House to find an intoxicated Carnegie Mellon Student. The student was provided medical attention and no citations were issued due to Alcohol Amnesty.

    News | November 19, 2018
  • Newtown families buy Squirrel Hill coffee, looking to spread acts of kindess

    Some around Pittsburgh might find it hard to communicate to people outside the city just how it feels to have been so close to such an incomprehensible tragedy as the one that took place at the Tree of Life synagogue. This past Saturday, those that entered Commonplace Coffee were reminded that Pittsburgh is sadly not alone in this experience.

    News | November 12, 2018

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