Shweta Suresh Contributing Editor

Class of 2011

Articles

  • Dress to impress: How to make a good first impression

    When it comes to making a good first impression, appearance definitely matters. Carnegie Mellon students have a reputation of not caring too much about (supposedly) trivial things like attire. But at job fairs, recruiters are judging students not only by their résumés, but also the color of their suits. With this in mind, it is imperative that students look polished and conservative. Finding the r...

    Special | September 10, 2012
  • Dressing to impress

    When it comes to making a good first impression, appearance definitely matters. Carnegie Mellon students have a reputation of not caring too much about (supposedly) trivial things like attire. But at job fairs, recruiters are judging students not only by their resumes but also the color of their suits.
    With this in mind, it is imperative that students make their best effort to look polished and c...

    Special | September 19, 2011
  • Morewood Gardens

    FAST FACTS:

    Location: Corner of Forbes Avenue and Morewood Avenue

    Style(s) of housing: Prime singles, prime doubles, prime triples; one six-person and one 10-person suite reserved for Special-Interest Housing

    Size: 455 residents

    Building retention: Yes

    Kitchens: Three, one each on the second, fourth, and sixth floors

    Lounges: Two lounges per floor

    Special | February 14, 2011
  • How to dress to impress

    When it comes to making a good first impression, appearance definitely matters. Carnegie Mellon students have a reputation of not caring too much about (supposedly) trivial things like attire. But at an event like the Employment Opportunities Conference (EOC), recruiters are judging students not only by their resumes but also the color of their suits.

    Special | February 7, 2011
  • Tips from successful seniors on finding and landing a perfect job

    The Employment Opportunities Conference (EOC) is a great way to start networking with recruiters and land an interview opportunity, but just attending the conference doesn’t guarantee that you will get a job. A lot more time and energy goes into the job hunt. To ease the lengthy and arduous process, here are some helpful tips from successful seniors who have already managed to snag that perfect jo...

    Special | February 7, 2011

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