Anna Walsh Contributing Editor

Class of 2013


  • Questions remain in sex assault investigation

    A university investigation into alleged sexual assaults in a Greek Quad fraternity house may have violated federal law on reporting and disclosing campus crimes.

    News | September 30, 2013
  • Students protest amid Downhill Derby controversy

    Students gathered to protest outside Warner Hall on Thursday in response to an email from Carnegie Mellon President Jared Cohon, which they say could threaten the freedom of expression on campus.

    News | April 29, 2013
  • SDC conquers men's, women's Buggy

    Students, alumni, and parents crowded the sides of Tech and Frew Streets last Friday and Saturday to watch the 94th annual Sweepstakes competition — or Buggy, as it is better known within the Carnegie Mellon community. The Student Dormitory Council (SDC) came out on top once again in both the men’s and women’s races, with its A teams winning both races by about a four-second margin. This is the th...

    Sports | April 22, 2013
  • Track and field teams host quad meet

    Carnegie Mellon’s track and field teams hosted a quad meet last Saturday against Penn State-Behrend, Washington & Jefferson College, and Westminster College. The women’s track and field team came in third place, while the men’s team came in second place. Below are the scores for all of Carnegie Mellon’s track and field athletes that placed in the various events....

    Sports | April 8, 2013
  • Apparat presents emotive new album

    When announcing the release of Krieg und Frieden (Music for Theatre), German electronic musician Sascha Ring (also known as Apparat) described his newest album on his website: “It’s [my] first record ever that didn’t hurt at some point. It’s full of imperfection because it was made by humans.”

    Pillbox | March 4, 2013

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