Stuti Pandey Staffwriter

Class of 2011


  • Residences on Beeler Street put under law scrutiny

    The independence of Carnegie Mellon students living on Beeler Street is under the public eye and may soon be tested. In the past month, a grievance has been filed with the city citing a Pittsburgh ordinance that makes it illegal for landlords to rent out houses to a group of more than three unrelated residents.

    News | October 13, 2008
  • Olympic gold medalist inspired by Pausch

    Randy Pausch, the late Carnegie Mellon professor of computer science made famous for his book The Last Lecture, famously declared that “brick walls are there to show how badly we want something.”

    News | September 15, 2008
  • Co-founder Marinelli reflects on developing the ETC with Pausch

    With the birth of the Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) in 1998, Don Marinelli and Randy Pausch’s futures were sealed together. Drawing inspiration from the University of Southern California’s ETC, Raj Reddy, the dean of the School of Computer Science at the time, brought up the idea of forming Carnegie Mellon’s own ETC to Pausch and Marinelli who followed it to completion.

    News | September 8, 2008
  • Jeffrey Zaslow speaks on Pausch at Convocation

    During Thursday’s Convocation, Jeffrey Zaslow, a Wall Street Journal columnist and co-author of The Last Lecture, lamented on the July 25 death of his friend Randy Pausch, a cancer-stricken Carnegie Mellon professor made famous by his inspirational Last Lecture.

    Zaslow spoke on his experiences with Pausch, and told first-years how much Pausch would have loved to be there himself.

    News | August 25, 2008
  • Campaign speeches reflect candidates' motives on college campuses

    Last Tuesday, the Democratic presidential primary occurred in Pennsylvania, and Hillary Clinton took the state, despite her apparent lack of support among many college campuses in the area. In the weeks leading up to the primary, many presidential candidates and their campaign members fought it out in the seeming Battle of the Candidates on Carnegie Mellon’s campus. Michelle Obama, Chelsea Clinton...

    Forum | April 28, 2008