Brian Walsh

Class of 2017


  • LGBT civil rights activist tells students what comes next

    At the beginning of her speech this Wednesday, teacher, writer, and LGBT rights activist Robyn Ochs addressed her audience: “On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court ruled that the constitution of the United States guarantees all people the freedom to marry.” Of course, this fact was met with an overwhelming chorus of hoots and hollers from the audience. She followed this with the question: “So what’s ...

    News | October 19, 2015
  • International news in brief

    Germans protest trade deal

    BERLIN—Nearly 150,000 protesters marched on the streets last Friday, protesting a trade deal proposed between the U.S. and Germany. Critics say that the deal could to saturate the German market with U.S. goods. A growing fear also exists of powerful multinational conglomerates endangering the market.

    News | October 12, 2015
  • Campus news in brief

    Boeing creates aerospace data lab at CMU

    News | October 5, 2015
  • Campus crime and incident reports

    Public Drunkenness
    Sept. 12, 2015

    A University Officer stopped a student who appeared to be intoxicated on the sidewalk by the East Campus Garage. Officers and CMU EMS were called to the scene and provided medical aid to the student. The student was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He was taken into custody, where he was given medical attention.

    News | September 21, 2015
  • Google builds campus expansion in Bakery Square

    Driving past Bakery square on the way to Target, Carnegie Mellon Students can spot a new construction on Penn avenue. With Google’s Bakery Square campus flanking either side now, it is hard to not notice the growth that Pittburgh is experiencing. Carnegie Mellon has long been a home to some of the brightest minds in computer science, so it should not come as a surprise that a corporation which pri...

    News | September 14, 2015

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