Brian Walsh

Class of 2017


  • EU may have solid case against Google in antitrust suit

    The search engine industry — it’s a winner-takes-all business. It appears that way in the United States at least, but things aren’t always what they seem.

    Forum | April 27, 2015
  • Stats speaking

    This week was Carnegie Mellon's 101st Spring Carnival, and the last Carnival to take place on the Morewood Gardens parking lot. Construction for the upcoming Tepper Quadrangle will break ground in the parking lot soon, and Carnival Midway will move to the College of Fine Arts parking lot and lawn.

    News | April 20, 2015
  • International news in brief

    [BOLD]Moscow[BOLD] — The Russian government has lifted a ban on arms supply to Iran, providing the Middle Eastern country with anti-missile systems on April 13. Additionally, Iran and Russia have agreed to barter over $20 billion dollars worth of goods. This news comes during rising tensions in Iran’s Nuclear talks with western powers.Sources: [ITAL][Business Insider](

    News | April 20, 2015
  • Middleditch and Nanjiani bring the laughs

    “Who here likes robots?” Silicon Valley actors Thomas Middleditch and Kumail Nanjiani asked the crowd as they opened their comedy show on Midway Thursday night. To no one’s surprise, the crowd’s enthusiasm was overwhelming. Nanjiani even stated, “that was the most aggressive response I’ve ever heard to robots.” Middleditch and Nanjiani’s sets were very standard, but, like Nanjiani’s mother said ...

    Pillbox | April 20, 2015
  • Tobacco-free campus policy approved

    The future looks dim for smokers on campus. On Thursday, the Undergraduate Student Senate approved a proposal banning tobacco wholly from campus. Yet, proponents of banning tobacco products aren’t necessarily smoking the competition.

    News | April 13, 2015

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