Sarah Gutekunst

Class of 2017


  • Campus news in brief

    Carnegie Mellon announces Jay Whitacre appointed new director of Scott Institute

    News | March 6, 2017
  • International news in brief

    Relations soften between U.S and Turkey
    ANKARA — Despite his historic disdain for western insensitivity toward Islam, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not openly criticized President Trump since he has taken office. After a meeting with CIA head Mike Pompeo and a phone call with President Trump, officials from both nations seem highly optimistic about the future of relations. Expert...

    News | February 13, 2017
  • Snow Cones

    No matter how old I get, snow days still feel like a sort of everyday magic — especially now that they’re fewer and further in between. Waking up to a phone call or email bearing the good news, I’m 11 again, squealing with excitement. No work, and I don’t even have to feel guilty!

    Pillbox | February 6, 2017
  • Advice for Awkward People

    Dear Sarah,

    Yesterday when I woke up, I went to check the news, as I always do, on Facebook trending. I was prepared for just another sign of the apocalypse, but the one that I got shook me to my core.

    Pillbox | January 30, 2017
  • Carnegie Mellon's second annual Giving Tuesday breaks previous records

    For the second year in a row, Carnegie Mellon broke university fundraising records on #givingCMUday as part of the university’s participation in the international donor holiday, #GivingTuesday. This was Carnegie Mellon’s third year participating in the global day of giving that was originally started in 2012 by New York community cultural center 92nd Street Y. For the event, Carnegie Mellon encour...

    News | December 5, 2016

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