Sarah Strano Junior Staffwriter

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  • Arts Greenhouse helps students create music

    This Thursday April 23, beats will be dropped in the UC as several Carnegie Mellon student organizations pool their talents to put on a benefit concert called “Rebirth.” SPIRIT, CMU Turntable Club, WRCT, IMPACT, and the Black Business Association have all worked together to bring the spirit of rebirth in hip-hop to the Carnegie Mellon community and support arts education in the Pittsburgh area.


    News | April 20, 2009
  • E-shopping is greener

    A new study by Carnegie Mellon’s Green Design Institute can make students feel better about how their online purchases affect greenhouse gas emissions.

    News | March 23, 2009
  • Students spread green knowledge

    A team of Carnegie Mellon students and faculty represented the university at the second biennial Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) conference Nov. 9–11.

    News | November 24, 2008
  • Green transport rolls into Pittsburgh

    Smart Cars, buses, and hobnobbing bikes took over Schenley Plaza this past Friday. Pittsburgh’s Clean Cities program hosted the city’s second annual Alternative Transportation Festival, showcasing groups that promote transportation forms other than traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. Local organizations set up booths and gave out tips on how to travel alternatively in all areas of daily life.

    News | October 6, 2008
  • Nader visits Pittsburgh

    “We are raised corporate, not civic,” was the mantra of Ralph Nader’s campaign speech last Wednesday night at the University of Pittsburgh.

    News | September 29, 2008