Sophia Levin

Class of 2025


  • CMU Pantry starts year with steady flow of students

    When Kanchan Sarolkar began her master’s in information technology and security in January, she’d never encountered a school with a food pantry. Then a friend introduced her to the one at Carnegie Mellon, and she became a regular customer and Pantry coordinator.

    News | October 9, 2023
  • Committee plans all-gender restrooms ahead of plumbing code update

    Nica Ross’ restroom advocacy began as self-advocacy. When their office was moved away from a cluster of single-stall restrooms in 2018, they lost access to a restroom within walking distance. Ross asked the university if the restroom down the hall could be converted to all-gender. What they thought would be “a simple ask” unfolded into a complex, bureaucratic process. Between them and university-w...

    News | October 9, 2023
  • University clarifies why CMU-Alert mistakenly included building collapse

    On Tuesday evening, the CMU-Alert system announced that there was a protest at the University of Pittsburgh, a building had collapsed, many police were there, and students should avoid the area around Fifth and Thackeray Avenue.

    News | April 24, 2023
  • Latine, Black student orgs receive disproportionately low JFC funding

    During Family Weekend in October, the Spanish and Latin Student Association (SALSA) hosted its annual Noche Latina. Local Latin fusion band Gavas Beat played live music as over 400 community members danced, celebrating their heritage and culture. It was SALSA’s biggest event of the year, and the Joint Funding Committee (JFC) awarded them $5,800 to pay for the band, space, food, decor, and advertis...

    News | April 17, 2023
  • At Pitt, protestors outnumber Turning Point USA attendees by more than 12 to 1

    On Friday evening, protesters outnumbered attendees of the Turning Point USA event at Pitt by more than 12 to one. Phillips was the first of three anti-trans speakers that conservative student groups invited to campus. Of the roughly 40 students at the event, a third were protesters, and when police told them to leave, they joined hundreds of ...

    News | March 27, 2023

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