Valene Mezmin Contributing Editor

Class of 2019


  • CulinArt workers receive wage increase after struggling with being underpaid

    The day-to-day activities of a typical Carnegie Mellon student involve interacting with many different people. This ranges from our classmates to our friends and professors. Also serving an integral part in the everyday lives of Carnegie Mellon students are the CulinArt employees who provide us with our food and beverages (coffee for many) to help us get through the day. The CulinArt employees pla...

    News | September 26, 2016
  • Crime and Incident

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Sept. 10, 2016

    University Police responded to Scobell House in response to a report of an intoxicated male. The Carnegie Mellon student was provided with medical attention. Alcohol Amnesty applied and no citations were issued.

    Assist Outside Agency/Possession of Alcohol
    Sept. 10, 2016

    News | September 19, 2016
  • Campus news in brief

    Carnegie Mellon University and China’s Tsinghua University renew dual-degree masters program in computer science

    News | September 12, 2016
  • Crime and Incident

    Underage Drinking
    Sept. 2, 2016

    University Police responded to the Cohon Center after receiving a report of an intoxicated student. The Carnegie Mellon student was provided with medical attention and was issued a citation for underage drinking.

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Sept. 3, 2016

    News | September 12, 2016
  • Electric Garage shuts down; e-car use minimal at CMU

    Lately, many drivers have been making the switch from gasoline powered cars to electric cars. Why? The main driving factor leading many Americans to make this switch is the fact that electric cars provide benefits to today’s drivers that, for many, seem to outweigh the use of gasoline powered cars.

    News | August 29, 2016

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