Jesse Kummer Staffwriter

Class of 2012

Articles

  • Did you know?

    100 years ago
    Oct. 12, 1910
    This issue contains a blurb congratulating the University of Pittsburgh for establishing its first weekly newspaper, The Pitt Weekly. We always knew that Carnegie Mellon would triumph over Pitt at something; we just hoped it would be in athletics.

    Pillbox | October 11, 2010
  • Dollar movie

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    Pillbox | October 4, 2010
  • Did you know?

    100 Years Ago:
    October 5, 1910
    The Pertinent and Impertinent section notes that several Plebes were removed from a faculty-only section of campus and chides them for thinking they were entitled to “better things.” I, on the other hand, would have applauded those courageous first-years for sticking it to the man.

    Pillbox | October 4, 2010
  • Did you know?

    100 years ago
    Sept. 28, 1910
    A blurb mentions that the former editor-in-chief of The Tartan will not return to Carnegie Tech, to the dismay of the current staff. He was in charge during the last month of the previous year before deciding even he couldn’t stand reading the paper anymore.

    Pillbox | September 27, 2010
  • Did you know?

    100 years ago
    Sept. 21, 1910
    “The Seniors are looking especially fine this year,” reads a line from a section of the paper discussing women in the Margaret Morrison college. Glad to see that, 100 years later, this is still the case.

    Pillbox | September 20, 2010

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