Valene Mezmin Editor-in-Chief

Class of 2019


  • Campus news in brief

    CREATE Lab develops tool to simplify data

    News | November 16, 2015
  • Bob Moses presents next feasible steps for civil rights

    Bob Moses is a transformative figure in the African American community and in the United States. He leads the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, which sought to end racial inequality and to increase voter registration in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. He is also the founder of the Algebra Project, an organization that uses mathematics as an organizing tool to ensure quality ...

    News | October 19, 2015
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Atkinson discusses war

    Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Rick Atkinson spoke at Carnegie Mellon as part of the Cèilidh Weekend homecoming celebrations this Thursday. Atkinson is the author of the Liberation trilogy, consisting of An Army at Dawn, The Day of Battle, and The Guns at Last Night, which give a narrative history of the United States’ military role in the liberation of Europe in World War II. As part of ...

    News | October 12, 2015
  • Campus Crime & Incident Reports

    Alcohol Amnesty
    Oct. 3, 2015

    University Police arrived at Alpha Epsilon Pi and Webster Hall in response to reports of intoxicated students and medically evaluated the students. Because this incident met the criteria for alcohol amnesty, no charges were filed.

    Underage Drinking
    Oct. 4, 2015

    News | October 12, 2015
  • ‘What Jane Saw’ creator talks time traveling through technology

    Jane Austen has been part of the literary canon for centuries. Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Persuasion, to name a few, are novels that lived long past their production in the 1800s and continue to garner a widespread fan base that still reads and glorifies these novels to this very day.

    News | October 5, 2015

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