Zachary Goldstein

Class of 2020


  • Dietrich College must adjust to growing popularity of Statistics Department

    The number of undergraduate statistics majors at Carnegie Mellon University is rising fast. But this rapid growth, driven by the numerous opportunities for data scientists in the labor market, will soon force the department to make some tough decisions.

    Forum | October 16, 2017
  • Proposed bills represent different visions of health care system

    U.S. Senators on the left and the right have proposed health care reform bills in recent weeks. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announced the Medicare-For-All Act on Sept. 13, and within a few days roughly a third of Senate Democrats announced their [support of the bill](htt...

    News | September 25, 2017
  • Dietrich College embraces “STEMification”

    There may be no place on the internet more representative of the sentiment of Carnegie Mellon University students than Carnegie Mellon Memes for Spicy Teens. The Facebook Group consists of over 5000 members and countless jokes on various topics related to the Carnegie Mellon experience. A common theme throughout much of the group’s content in recent mon...

    Forum | September 11, 2017
  • Pennsylvania legislature seeks to reform redistricting

    In most U.S. states, including Pennsylvania, state legislatures determine how to redraw congressional and state legislative district maps every ten years after the census reveals population shifts. And while Democrats have been able to draw redistricting maps in their favor in states like Illinois and Maryland, the Republican Party has been more successful in doing so in Pennsylvania. This is call...

    News | August 22, 2017
  • Ambalo/Atal Ticket Seeks to Empower Students and Bring CMU Community Together

    With Carnegie Mellon University’s Student Government elections approaching, The Tartan spoke with Nikki Ambalo, a candidate for Student Body President, and her running mate, Apeksha Atal.

    Elections | March 27, 2017

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