Bryan Wade

Class of 2013


  • Statistically Speaking

    Hundreds of companies and students convened in Wiegand Gym and Rangos Ballroom for Career Week, the biggest job recruitment period at Carnegie Mellon this year. It was even larger than usual, as a new fall EOC was hosted in tandem with the other job fairs. Here are some quick facts about this year’s work extravaganza:

    News | September 26, 2011
  • Three new CulinArt events mark the beginning of a new semester

    CulinArt is teaming up with Housing and Dining Services to plan a series of new events to officially begin the Fall 2011 semester.

    They have scheduled three events during the month of September that are “like nothing ever done by any Carnegie Mellon food service vendor in history,” said Shelby Cole, the Student Activities director of CulinArt.

    News | August 29, 2011
  • Master plan aims for significant changes

    Every 10 years, Carnegie Mellon is required to produce a 10-year development master plan that will serve as a guide for future campus projects. Carnegie Mellon’s current master plan is poised to expire. As such, the Campus Design and Facility Development department has been hard at work creating another one, which they have recently released to students and the general public. The plan serves as a...

    News | April 4, 2011
  • Chef to enter culinary challenge

    Chef Aldo Ramirez, an executive catering chef who works for Carnegie Mellon’s dining service CulinArt, is one of 10 chefs across the mid-Atlantic region to be selected to compete in the National Collegiate Culinary Challenge. Ramirez is the first chef from Carnegie Mellon to participate in this event.

    News | February 28, 2011
  • Subs Done the Right Way

    One of the benefits of going to school in Pittsburgh is that there are infinite dining options to save you from getting tired of having the same campus food every day, and at the top of
    the list of great places to eat is Uncle Sam’s Gourmet Subs.

    Pillbox | January 17, 2011