Sarah Zakrajsek

Class of 2013


  • C@CM course syllabus revised

    While many first-year students’ schedules contain the typical 8:30 a.m. classes and introductory level courses, members of the Class of 2014+ have schedules that boast of something unique this year to Carnegie Mellon. Whereas many upperclassmen likely recall attending Computing at Carnegie Mellon (C@CM) courses twice per week, this year, students enrolled in C@CM are no longer required to attend a...

    News | September 13, 2010
  • Art park to be built on Forbes

    Public art is seemingly everywhere on Carnegie Mellon’s campus. Take a look at the iconic “Walking to the Sky,” a statue that has towered over the Cut in front of Warner Hall since May 2006, and surely one cannot forget the Kraus Campo that has adorned the roof of the Posner Center since 2004. Another outdoor sculpture, often referred to as the “Cheeto,” has been greeting students entering Wean Ha...

    News | August 30, 2010
  • No Waste Dinner teaches first-years to consider environmental sustainability

    Carnegie Mellon’s incoming first-year students were quickly acclimated to the university’s strong environmental sustainability movement last Tuesday when a No Waste Dinner was held in Wiegand Gym during Orientation week.

    The meal, prepared and served by CulinArt, was sponsored by the Steinbrenner Institute, Carnegie Mellon’s Eco-Reps, and Carnegie Mellon Green Practices.

    News | August 23, 2010
  • PostSecret creator Frank Warren reveals own secrets

    “I pee in the shower.”

    “I flick boogers at my roommate’s stuff when she’s too loud and wakes me up in the morning.”

    “When I’m in a crowded elevator I envision the porn scene that could ensue.”

    “I tell people I’m an atheist, but I believe I’m going to hell.”

    News | April 26, 2010
  • Matt Ramme of Sporcle offers ‘mentally stimulating diversions’

    Can you list the names of all of Snow White’s seven dwarfs faster than your roommate? Can you name all 44 of the United States presidents? How many of the 195 countries of the world can you name? After sitting through all of those chemistry lectures, how familiar are you with the periodic table of elements?

    News | April 19, 2010

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