Sweta Kotha

Class of 2021


  • Crime and Incident

    Suspicious Activity
    Oct. 24, 2017

    A University staff member reported to University Police that she noticed several things displaced in her office over the past years. An investigation is ongoing.

    Theft of Phone
    Oct. 24, 2017

    A Carnegie Mellon student reported to University Police that his phone was taken from Wean Hall. An investigation is ongoing.

    News | October 30, 2017
  • University Libraries seek student input for food policy

    As of Sept. 1, the fourth floor of Hunt library began a “no food policy,” allowing only cold beverages to be consumed on the floor’s physical spaces. This is part of Carnegie Mellon University Libraries’ method of enforcing new procedures in order to improve the student and staff experience in library spaces.

    News | October 9, 2017
  • Women make up majority of Carnegie Mellon first-years

    Carnegie Mellon University’s first-year class of 2021+ has a majority of women for the first time in the University’s history, marking another milestone among the top universities that are bridging the gender and minority gaps in certain fields. 51 percent of the class of 2021+ are women, and specifically the proportion of women in Carnegie Mellon’s six undergraduate colleges continues to increase...

    News | October 2, 2017
  • CMU alumni Andrew Leitch and Eugene Lee win Emmys for their work on television

    Carnegie Mellon University alumni Andrew Leitch (’12) and Eugene Lee (’75) both won Emmys at the 69th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sept. 10 at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. The Creative Arts Emmy Awards mainly honors behind-the-scenes technical and production achievements in American Television programming, including production design, casting, cinematography, etc.
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    News | September 25, 2017
  • CMU produces $2.7 billion in economic impact for Pittsburgh

    Carnegie Mellon University serves as an “economic engine”, providing nearly $2.7 billion in annual economic impact for the local, regional, and state economy in Pennsylvania.

    News | September 18, 2017